Hazel 1

 
Welcome to Hazel 1!
 
 
2019 - 2020
 
Miss Purdy - Class Teacher
Mrs Tucker - Teaching Assistant
 
 
  Hi Hazel 1!

 

We hope that you have had a good week and enjoyed taking part in some more of your home learning activities.

 

It has been lovely to see you all continue to take part in the activities we have been setting you. 

 

Underneath this post you should see a new set of activities for the week beginning Monday 13th July. We hope you enjoy completing these and we look forward to seeing some more of your amazing work. Keep it up Hazel 1. We are very proud of you all.

 

Remember to keep sending photographs of you completing your tasks to williams.y@welearn365.com which may then go on the 'Staying Connected' page on the website. 

 

Below are some web site links to help you stay active...

Join Emma and James from Embody every morning with 'Wake Up and Dance' Classes from 9:00 - 9:10am. 

Helping to keep everyone happy, active and energised!

https://www.facebook.com/EmbodyDanceCompany/

 

PE with Joe every morning at  9am

   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6r99N3kXME

 

Remember to STAY SAFE online too.  Visit https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/ 

 

Have fun joining in with some of the Now Press Play adventures by visiting http://www.nowpressplay.co.uk/learn-at-home/

 

Keep smiling!

We will see you all soon.

 

From Miss Purdy, Mrs Tucker (and Patrick the Panda)

 
 
Spring 1
 
Turrets and Tiaras
 
 

After reading ‘The Princess and the Pea, we decided to use the leftover peas and cook pea and mint soup.

 

‘I love cooking! I will try and make this for my grown ups when I get home,’ Thomas.

 

‘It was delicious!’ Isaac.

 

 

Exploring tints and tones of colour to recreate a fire or ice version of Paul Klee’s ‘Castle and Sun’ painting.

 

‘I feel like a real artist,’ Thea.

 

 
Autumn 2
 
The Magic Toybox
 
 
Autumn 1
 
Here Come the Aliens!
 

 

As part of our ‘Democracy Day’ we first reminded ourselves about British values and our rights and responsibilities.

We then learned about what happens inside the Houses of Parliament and the roles that different members have.

To reflect on what we had learned about democracy and fairness, we decided to hold a vote by secret ballot on which story to have read to us.

 

 
 
We enjoyed cooking pear crumble using pears freshly picked from our very own Birchwood orchard.
 
We practised our weighing, cutting and mixing skills and the results were delicious.
 
 
 
'I can't wait to do some more cooking. I'm going to help cook at home to get better,' Isaac.
 
 
We were very excited to attend our first tea party of the year for achieving our reading target as a whole class.
 
Mrs Day read us 'Guess How Much I Love You' by Sam McBratney and 'Snow Bears' by Martin Waddell and the delicious cakes were supplied by Mrs Tucker.
 
 
 
Welcome to Chestnut and Acorn!
 
 
2018 - 2019
 
Miss Aston/Mrs Willis and Mrs Stockton - Class Teachers
Mrs Tweed and Mrs Spong - Teaching Assistants
 
 
Summer 2
 

Wonderful World 

 

 
Summer 1
 
Eggciting Eggs
 
 
This week we were amazed to receive a letter from our missing dinosaur. After leaving our school he went on a trip to Drayton Manor where he enjoyed going on the rides and visiting the zoo. Dino told us that he had discovered lots of eggs at the zoo and we were delighted to find that he had sent some to our school so that we could find out what was inside them. We kept them in an incubator to keep them warm and by Monday afternoon one of them had hatched. We discovered that there were chicks inside the eggs and we now have 8 special visitors who we are going to be looking after for the next few weeks. 
 
 
Spring 2
 
Romp in the Swamp