Harvest

In Kingfishers this week, we have been making daily visits to the Cheltenham Literature Festival, all from the comfort of our classroom. We have enjoyed watching and listening to the authors as they talk about their books and hearing them read parts of the stories to us. We have revisited the texts from 2019 and reminisced about our trip to Cheltenham last year!

To continue our ‘reminiscing’ theme, we talked about where we went for Harvest, and what we did once we were there. We learnt what the significance of Harvest is to Christian people, and all worked together to create a Harvest Wreath which is hanging in the middle of our classroom – it looks really bright and cheerful as you can see in the photo.

Other activities this week have seen us taking part in Maths, Geography, P.E., Forest School, Phonics, and Science. My apologies if anyone came home asking to have a pet snake – we discussed how caring for a snake is easier than looking after a dog, although admittedly they’re possibly not as friendly!

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