What a busy term that was…
We learned about who helps to keep us safe through visits by the police and fire brigade.
We looked tropical habitats and exotic wildlife from the rain forest.
We became evacuees and mini historical transport experts and couldn’t quite believe how big all the planes were up close!
We celebrated Chinese New Year.
Concert time saw us becoming singers, dancers, actors and musicians. The choir even performed at Sheffield Arena as part of the annual Young Voices concert.
We made our own Owl and folded boat to complete our stories by weaving, sticking, colouring and just being creative with our designs at Barton Rope Walk.
Our football team became our local sporting heroes.
The dinner hall was transformed into a hive of activity as table tennis skills were developed inside school.
Outside the MUGA saw many children ‘shooting some hoops’ as basketball was taught during some PE lessons.
We supported charity by wearing non-uniform and learned about what it takes to become a guide dog and how they support their owners inside and outside of the home.
We became more environmentally aware by learning about the rain gardens you can see around Bottesford.
We were also visited by a robot who was an expert in electrical waste recycling, some children were interviewed for a local TV programme.
End of term saw many great innovative ways to decorate an egg as we celebrated Easter and it was even dry enough this year for the egg rolling to take place outside!