Our class is made up of 28 wonderful children who are all ready to learn, respectful of one another and help to make others feel safe in our learning environment. Ms Clarke is our class teacher, during the week our class is supported by Mrs Scott, Ms Burges, Mrs Coleridge. In Amelia Earhart Class our aim is to have fun whilst we are learning new things.
Monday: Reading books changed.
Tuesday: Homework books due in.
Wednesday: Spelling test. New spellings sent home.
Thursday: Yoga. Homework set. Reading books changed.
Thank you to all of the parents/carers that we’re able to come to our junk modelling morning and to everyone that kindly donated items for us to use. The children had a fantastic time and made some wonderful models. It was great to see just how much can be done with items that we usually throw away.
Do you do any junk modelling at home? If so we would love to see what each other are making, either bring in your models to show when you are PATHs person or bring in a photo.
On Thursday 8th November, Earhart Class heard mysterious noises outside the classroom and went to investigate. We found huge footprints on the path leading to the woodland. Upon reaching the woodland, we discovered 3 mystical blue and green eggs hidden beneath a tree and a set of instructions titled 'How to Look After a Dinosaur Egg.'
We took the eggs back to the classroom and carefully followed the instructions hoping that the dinosaur eggs would hatch and we would get to meet the magical beasts inside.
On Monday 19th November, we came into school to find quite a mess. The dinosaurs had hatched! They left us a special note saying that they are magic dinosaurs who only come out to play at night. They asked us to make them a soft and comfy bed and leave them fruit for a snack so that is what we did.
What should we name the dinosaurs?
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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