Green Haven -Van Gogh- Miss Carpenter & Mrs Fry
Welcome to Greenhaven
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October has already been full of fun and lots of learning! The children had their first trip out and were invited to the ‘Ryde in Bloom’ awards at the Royal Esplanade Hotel. We had a wonderful afternoon and came runner up in the competition!
Our topic, this half term, has been ‘Explorers’ and we focused on Australia and Captain Cook. The children have researched and made their own fact files about Australian animals and made some lovely artwork too. They even went on to create their own mythical creatures.
We had a fantastic time during ‘Maths Week’ and the children took part in lots of different maths games, investigations and maths art. Rounding it all off with a scavenger hunt!
We have an exciting year ahead of us and the children have already started the school year well! Mrs Fry has joined our class and is looking forward to getting to know all the children.
We have been exploring our class name and have created our own versions of Van Gogh’s painting: ‘The Bedroom’. You will soon be able to see these displayed in the school hall.
In English, we have been focusing on instructional writing. We have written our own instructions for recipes and tasted the food we have created, including: garlic bread, banana pops and iced biscuits.
In Maths, we have been looking at shape and patterns. We identified 2D and 3D shapes in our environment and also looked at right angle shapes. We even talked about why there are no ‘left’ angle shapes! Can you answer this?
In Science we are creating our own documentary about plants!
Dates for the diary: October 8th, 9th, 10th mathematics enrichment days!
The children will taking part in lots of fun maths based activities.
More information to come…
THANK YOU to all the parents for donating snack money!
We enjoy eating our snack together everyday and we make sure we wait our turn and wash up afterwards.
This is the amazing team that work in our classroom. Can you spot who they are?!