I love it when children are so enthusiastic about their learning that they take their learning home with them. Ava was so inspired by our cooking week last week that she went home and bought all of the ingredients for a stir fry and then went home and cooked it all by her self for her whole family. She cut the vegetables using the right methods and even used chopsticks to eat it at the end. Well done Ava, it is lovely to see how much you loved learning about making Chinese food!
I am so glad that the children are keen to extend their learning at home by cooking you lovely parents some stir-fry. As a part of our new blog writing, some children are going to have a go at writing the recipe down for you. We are in the middle of writing these recipe masterpieces, but when they are finished you can all have a lovely meal… watch this space!
The children have begun some fantastic Chinese paintings today inspired by the beautiful Chinese plumb blossom. Sam (top), Calum (middle) and Carla (bottom) had a go at creating beautiful paintings and have won the head teacher’s award for their effort and enthusiasm.
The children are loving making their stir-fries in Cooking week this week. Here are some pictures.
Well done to Ollie Mutlow for improving the presentation of his work. He has been thinking hard about how to make his work look better and it is lovely to see him take pride in his work.
Well done Ollie.
We are learning about China this term up until Easter. We will be learning about the culture, myths and artwork as well as looking at the differences between China and the U.K. Please click below to see our topic web for this term.
If you have any information, pictures, music etc. on China, we would love to borrow it. Thanks.
topic overview China
We have been thinking about how to present our maths work in our orange maths books. Today, Amilie showed off her skills in this by presenting a beautiful page of maths. She deserves the head teacher awards for this amazing work.
We had a great time at the pantomime yesterday. The children laughed all the way through (so did the adults). Thanks for your prompt picking up of the children. The trip was a real success.