The children have spent an exciting day with their new teacher in their new class. Changing from a ladybird to a koala, kangaroo, shark, rabbit or hedgehog will still take a couple of months and a lot of hard work.
If you have any questions about the arrangements for next year, please do not hesitate to ask.
We all had a lovely day at the seaside. The British weather allowed us to have the beach all to ourselves! Thank you to our parent helpers, without whom we would not be able to have had this valuable experience. The children listened to a talk from the RNLI lifeguards on duty, built sandcastles, found shells, dipped toes in the sea and enjoyed a lolly!
This we was the finale to our topic Wriggle to Roar. We played lots of games, on an animal theme. On
Thursday we invited family members as our end of topic celebration. We enjoyed teaching the adults our games and making Wriggle to Roar hats.
On Friday we said goodbye to Mrs Ward and her husband who have been cooking our dinners for us. We made Minion hats to wear and ate our dinner to the song Happy.
Take a look at some of the photographs.
We had some very special visitors today. Georgie from Zoolab brought Rosie the very hairy tarantula, Turbo and Bryan the giant snails, Hermione the hermit crab, Melinda the hissing cockroach, Twinkle Toes the banded millipede and Hunter the royal python to meet us! The children were very brave and took the opportunity to hold the creatures or stroke them. They listened to Georgie and found out lots of facts about our visitors. More photos from this super visit can be found on the Honey Bees and Butterflies blogs.
The children had a very enjoyable day in Trowbridge, looking around the sensory garden and playing games in the park. They all behaved very well and were super getting on and off the train and walking through the busy town centre.