Weekly roundup Infants
Dear Parents and Carers,
Weekly roundup – Infants
Reception had an amazing time at the Farm on Tuesday and they had the best day weather wise this week – what luck!
Kaitlyn said, ‘I liked the chicks because they were fluffy.’
Alyssa said, ‘The farmer said don’t go too close to the horses they might bite your fingers.’
Archie said, ‘I liked the black pig because it put its nose through the fence.
Rudy said, ‘It’s the best day ever’
Evie said, ‘We saw curly pigs with wool like sheep’
Mia said, ‘He's tickling my hand with his tongue’ (feeding the pygmy goats)
Kenzo said, ‘The chickens were really funny and had spotty feathers’
Nursery have been finding out about seeds and reading the story of the Tiny seed.
Noah said, "The Little Seed keeps on going."
Arlo said, "It grew into a huge flower."
Elodie B said, "It was bigger than the people and the dogs."
Year 1 have also been planting
Olive said, We planted seeds today. I think it’s really fun! I planted a carrot and a pea.
Barney said, I planted peas and a nasturtium and I want my mummy to see it..
Year 2 have been finding out about Walk to School Week led by the Green Team. They have been talking in class about how we can encourage more people to walk to school and what the benefits of walking are. Click here
Walking to School Week
Rupert said, ‘Walking to school gives you exercise.’
Aoife said, ‘We walk to school but if we live far away we can drive and park somewhere near the school and then walk the rest of the way’. Click here
Sara held 2 SEND events this week which were exploring how we support families through SEN processes at St Saviour's. She was supported by Rosie Frost and Tamsin Mooney who shared their experiences and gave some top tips. Sara will be looking to run more events like this so keep an eye out for information in the future and a big thank you to Rosie and Tamsin.
Remember Monday 1st and Monday 8th May are Bank holidays and school is closed.
Please also check your emails to see if your child’s class will be affected by Tuesday 2nd May’s Strike Day
We hope that you all enjoy the bank holiday weekend. If you’re staying locally then maybe I’ll see you at the Larkhall Festival. Fingers crossed for some sunshine or even just some dry days!