Robins looked fantastic in their crazy wigs and red clothes in aid of Red Nose Day.
Today Robins’ became scientist. We used different liquids to see how fast our duck could slide down the ramp. Guess what… water made the duck move down the ramp the fastest (2 seconds)and syrup was the slowest (2 minutes).
Robins’ have made their own treasure maps to help them find the treasure in school. We wanted to make them look old but we couldn’t believe how many tea bags we used…
The Robins’ loved dressing up as different characters today as part of world book day. We had Fantastic Mr Fox, Alice in Wonderland and even Captain Hall and First Mate Moreton made an appearance.
We did some pirate cooking today and made treasure boxes. Robins’ melted marshmallows in the microwave and then added rice crispies with golden syrup to make them arghhbsolutley delicious! YUM!
Robins’ came in after lunch to find pirate music playing and a message in a bottle. They were arrghver so excited to find the pirate clues outside. Here is what they found…
To finish our fairy-tale topic this half term, Robins made some teddy bear toast today and then gobbled it up in one. They said it wasn’t too hot, it wasn’t too cold… it was just right!
It was snow much fun when this arrived last week. Robins loved making snow angels, feeling the cold and writing with the sticks.
Today we walked down to the pond to see if the troll was under the bridge. Whilst we were there we noticed that the pond has frozen so we broke the ice! It was ICE to see it…
Today Robins had a visit from our Belgium student. She told us all about Belgium and then read us a story. It was great!
At forest school Robins’ collected signs of winter and then put them in a dish with water. They left over night and nature worked it’s magic…
Robin Class have enjoyed making different artwork linked to the artist George Bellows and his picture ‘Men of the Docks’. We have spent the week using different materials to create pieces of art linked to boats.
We had so much fun dressing up in our Christmas jumpers and raising money for charity.
This elf is really naughty! Look what he has done to Robins’ classroom...
Today we had 25 of Santas reindeer’s running around the playground raising money for Chestnut Tree house.
Robins’ came in after break time and found this cheeky elf on the carpet! I wonder what he is doing here...
This morning Robins had a special visitor from the fire service. We learnt how to keep safe when around hot stuff and we listened so well we got to try on a firefighter uniform. Even Miss Hall got to try it on! What do you think?
As part of our new topic ‘Celebrations’, Robins created their very own Diwali lamps using clay.
Robin’s were very excited today because we spotted a very clear and beautiful rainbow. They were also able to explain how a rainbow is created!
Today’s celebration we have been learning about is…FIREWORKS! Robins have worked hard on creating different fireworks with different toys.