Reception have continued to learn about mini-beasts this week, with a particular focus on snails and slugs. They used non-fiction books to find out about ideal living conditions for them and then created a class snail and slug world, filling it with creatures found around the school grounds.
Reception also had a special treat when Charlie brought in some of his own mini-beasts from his collection at home. He told the children what they needed to survive and answered lots of very interesting questions.
The children have also had lots of fun creating their own superhero characters, props and costumes to use in their superhero role play.
Lots of children showed an interest in bubbles this week, after Mrs Pandelli brought some into the classroom on Tuesday afternoon. As a result of this, the staff set up a science experiment the next day, to find out which shape created the best bubble.
This morning, the children participated in the whole school mass and the Blessed Sacrament Procession to the church this afternoon. As usual they made the adults proud by demonstrating reverence and excellent behaviour at all times.
Wishing you all a lovely weekend,
Mrs Theo and Mrs Gymer