Royal Wedding Cakes Homework!

Badger class celebrated Harry and Meghan’s wedding by designing (and making) them a wedding cake! You will see from the creations, both on paper and in real life, that these designs were in fact a very good option. We can always hope that they see these designs and maybe request one for their first anniversary…

Delicious and quite naughty break time treats for the week!

We wish the newlyweds-The Duke and Duchess of Sussex a very happy marriage.

Our Summer Term Topic-Food Glorious Food!

In Badger class, our topic has been quite tasty so far! We found out about seeds and growing, and the different plant parts that we can eat: the roots, stems, leaves and flowers! We pretended to be tiny bulbs with our suitcases of everything we need whilst living underground! We then grew big and tall like a tulip before we died in the summer -then we looked into our suitcases to start the cycle again!

This lesson inspired the cooking of some home grown rhubarb from one of our lovely Badgers. A delicious rhubarb crumble was created in class and promptly eaten, a very glorious food day in Badgers!

A Sunny Wiggery Wood Visit!

It was lovely and sunny at the woods today and we enjoyed running and hiding among the bluebells. We also made some ‘leaf burgers’ by sawing wood and placing a leaf in between them! We decorated them with Terry’s pens and tied them with elastic bands.

Here are some photographs of what we got up to!

Bluebells in the Woods

The woods looked beautiful today covered in bluebells and the children enjoyed looking at them and smelling them as they explored. We also had some sticky postcards which we filled with different leaves, sticks, feathers and flowers that we could find. The children demonstrated great care today and they were careful not to stand on any bluebells or to pick any that were still growing.

A lovely morning in the woods!

Easter at Wiggery Wood

We had great fun at Wiggery Wood last week! The Easter bunny had hidden lots of numbers around the woods for us to find. When we found them all they made a special message which led us to underneath the wheelbarrow. Under the wheelbarrow we found some chocolate eggs for us to share! We also had a bonfire to keep us all warm and we toasted marshmallows as part of our snack!

Easter Disco!

Here are a selection of photographs from both the Infant disco and Junior disco!

Signs of Spring at Wiggery Wood

We saw the bluebells starting to grow at Wiggery Woods last week. We had to be really careful where we walked so that we didn’t step on any and we can’t wait to see them as they start to flower!

We enjoyed exploring the woods and making use of the rope swings and ladders. Terry even tied a rope around a slanted tree and we had a go at climbing up it by using the rope to pull us up.

We made lots of ‘food’ and ‘drinks’ with the mud and had fun trying to walk up one of the slippery muddy banks!

Here are some photographs of our beautiful sunny morning at the woods!