We have been very busy in the last few weeks planning our own enterprise afternoon.
We designed invitations, bought supplies and helped our friends as we welcomed them to our class to decorate their own chocolate apples for Halloween.
We were very Confident Individuals when we showed our peers what to do, collected money, and restocked supplies.
We have been Responsible Citizens and have been collecting recyclable items from home and bringing them into school so that we can use them as part of our theme work. We have been turning our ‘junk’ items into our own model village, complete with a church, a supermarket, and a few different styles of house too.
We worked very independently coming up with our own ideas and making our own choices!
We have been watching the seasons change as part of our morning group and have enjoyed collecting leaves, watching how these change colour over time. We were Successful Learners and displayed the data we had collected in a pictograph.
We had lots of fun this month taking part in a green social snack to raise awareness for McMillan Cancer Support. We sat with all our friends in the infant corridor and enjoying trying lots of green snacks!
We have been collecting leaves from our sensory garden and when we went on our social outing to the park. We were then able to reuse these leaves to create lovely pieces of artwork for our display.
We have been enjoying the sunshine both in the playground and on our social outings. We have been looking at our shadows making them look different by moving our bodies.
We have all been using our class recycle bin. We made a sign for our bin so we knew where to put our bottles and paper. We all have the opportunity to take our recycle bin to the big recycle bins in the corridor. We helped and put the paper in one bin and the plastic in another. Most of enjoyed having a peer into the bin to see what else was inside.
Last week we had a Macmillan snack morning with all of our friends in the primary corridor. On the Thursday we mixed together green food colouring and icing to make green icing and iced some biscuits and cakes for the event.
We set up a table in the corridor and all shared out our green foods with our friends.
This was our class assembly. We had been reading the story “The Enormous Turnip” in class and it was about working together to complete a task, as the farmer could not pull the turnip out of the ground on his own. We all sat at the front of the assembly hall facing our friends. We were able to hold up the different characters in the story. We also made our own enormous turnip to show all of our friends.