Summer Term 2022

Welcome to Robins' Webpage
 
I hope you have all enjoyed the Easter break and are ready for the summer term. This term we will be starting a new topic which I am sure you are all going to enjoy!
Our topic is Amazing Animals, we will be exploring animals from all over the world and have an exciting trip planned to the Cotswold Wildlife Park where we will be able to see a variety of animals. 
 
Best wishes
 
Mrs Stanton
 
Things to remember
 
  • Outdoor learning is on a Wednesday afternoon.
  • PE is on a Thursday afternoon.
  • Please bring a drink bottle into school each day.
  • Please bring a coat into school each day.
  • Please bring your book bag, reading book and reading diary into school each day.
  • If the weather is hot a sun hat and sun cream. 
I will share what we have been learning below and on Tapestry for children in Reception.
 
The topic web below has more information about our learning this term.
Today Woodpeckers and Robins visited the Cotswold Wildlife Park. We had a great day finding out about all of the different animals. Year 1 and Year 2 learnt about animal classification, habitats and adaptations from the zoo keepers. The children looked out for their favourite animals. Can you spot the sloth?
We have had a great start to the Summer term and our new topic Amazing Animals. The children have been sharing what they already know about animals (we have some budding scientists in the making!) and we have been finding out about different types of frogs following our visit to the pond in our nature area. Did you know that the goliath frog is the largest frog in the world, growing up to 32 cm's long and can weigh up to 3.3kg's. As big as some house cats!
The children were so excited to discover lots of tadpoles, we have collected some so that we can watch how they develop. (Week 1)
This week the year one children in Robins and Woodpeckers joined together to start a block of six dance lessons. Today they thought about different animal movements and how to change the shape of their body. The children worked in small groups to develop a short dance which they performed for everyone. (week 2)