This week we are focusing on Keeping Healthy as part of our Marvellous Me topic. On Monday we read the Charlie and Lola story "I will not ever never eat a tomato.' Joe says he likes tomatoes. Tommy doesn't like eating anything green. We will have to pretend that anything green comes from the planet Jupiter like the peas in the story! Joe and Tommy then made healthy plates of food.
We all sat together for a healthy snack!
This week we have been learning about our senses. We have tasted some new fruits during snack time; Joe liked the persimmon the best. We have had smelly play do - Tommy hated the mint one but loved cinnamon! We played a listening game to see if we could identify the household sounds. We found it tricky to tell the difference between the door bell and the microwave bell but we could tell when it was the hoover! Today we went of an I spy hunt to see whether we could spy some autumn colours in the environment. Look at Joe's autumn leaves!
What a fantastic start for Freddie! Look at him driving his car around the nursery garden! Freddie likes listening to stories especially if they have feely bits. He is good at using cause and effect toys; he can push the starfish down to make it pop up. Freddie sits at the ARC table at snack time. A great start!
We have been exploring our emotions over the last few weeks. We read the story 'The Colour Monster' and talked about the different feelings that we sometimes have. Tommy was able to sort the emotions into the correct box according to the picture. Joe was able to to show each emotion on his face - happy, cross, worried and sad. He also showed us excited.
We have also used looked at Mr Men characteristics for learning. This week has been Mr Happy. When we are proud of our learning it makes us feel happy. This week we have been proud of Freddie and Joe who have sat up our table for Snack Time together.
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Welcome Back to the another term of learning in the ARC!
There are lots of changes for the ARC this term. We said a happy/sad good bye to Jayden and Ciaran at the end of last term. They have both started at their new schools this week.
We have two new children to join us in the ARC. A big welcome to Freddie and Joe!
The ARC room has changed quite a bit over the Summer holidays. Tommy, Jess and Bertie all have new areas. We have a new choice board so that the children can take charge of their own learning in between adult tasks.
Our focus this term is 'Marvellous Me' and there will be lots of fun activities that you will see photographed over the next few weeks! You will find the link to our planning below.
We are inspired by the awe and wonder of the world.
We are bold and innovative in our approach to find new solutions to the challenges we face.
We are the best we can be.
We take responsibility for our actions in an environment of mutual respect.
We overcome all barriers to reach our potential, developing a capacity to improve further.
We are passionate about learning.
Welcome back to all of our pupils. Nursery, Reception, Y1, Y2 , Y3 and Y4 will be taught at the Delaware base. Y5 and Y6 will be taught at the Gunnislake base.
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