To honour Mrs O’Neill’s Chinese heritage, we had our own Chinese New Year day in nursery. We tasted some delicious Chinese food, made Chinese lanterns, watched and learned a dragon dance and heard the story of how the Emperor decided which animals to include in the Chinese calendar. It was a busy day!
Karen from RSPB came to tell us all about our local birds. We did some bird spotting in the school grounds then made some Lardy Bird Cake to feed the birds.
The afternoon class went on an adventure in PE: balancing on the rickety bridge, crossing the river on the stepping stones, going through the dark cave and climbing the big mountain! Everyone worked so hard!
The morning class went on an adventure in PE: balance along the rickety bridge, avoid the crocodiles on the stepping stones, the dark cave and climb the big mountain! Lots of practice at different physical skills
Shared Education Day 3: we all really enjoyed our dance workshop with Jennifer from Jennifer Marshall school of dance. The boys and girls listened so well and loved showing off their great moves!
A short video clip from our Shared Education dance workshop.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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