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This week, the children took part in a fascinating workshop with local historian, Ed.

The children learned all about leather and there were some very shocked and disgusted faces when they discovered what they used to use to soften it!

The children also created some class hand cave art which is now proudly displayed in our classroom. Ed commented on how engaged and beautifully behaved the children were which was lovely to hear.

In the busy lead up to Christmas, we have still managed to squeeze lots of learning in! In our maths lessons, the children have been continuing to work really hard on subtraction questions to 20. In Literacy, we have been writing our superhero stories based upon our book Juniper Jupiter. The children all wowed us with their work! They should all be very proud of themselves. Yesterday, the children had lots of fun classifying animals in science. We were amazed with how many facts the children could remember about mammals, reptiles, amphibians and fish!

We have had lots of smiles today as we have been getting into the christmas spirit! The children have practising drawing different types of lines and have used this to draw their own Christmas snow globe pictures! We thoroughly enjoyed our Christmas lunch and we had lots of giggles reading out the Christmas cracker jokes!

In our R.E lesson last week, we created a kindness advent calendar. Each day we have opened the door and tried to show everyone a little more kindness. It has been wonderful to see the children trying really hard to listen to the messages and we have had some lovely break times.

Thank you to everyone who generously brought in some mince pies, christmas puddings and selection boxes for the food bank.

Have a wonderful weekend,

Miss Lewis, Mrs Carroll and Miss Seery

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