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Autumn 2 What happens when I fall asleep?

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Autumn 1 2019

Our new topic is called 'Me and My friends' 

We will be learning more about our bodies. 

Each week we will be focusing on a different aspect of our bodies. 

 

 Week 1. All different, all special

 Week 2. Faces and feelings

 Week 3. Hands

 Week 4. Looking

 Week 5. Listening

 Week 6. Bones

 Week 7. Healthy Bodies. 

 

For more information on how to support your child during this topic please see our newsletter and home learning challenges on the letters page. 

 

 

Making houses for snakes as part of our forest school activities.

Making houses for snakes as part of our forest school activities.  1
Making houses for snakes as part of our forest school activities.  2

Summer 1 

This half term we will be exploring the investigative learning topic:

 

Why do Ladybirds have spots? 

 

Spring 2 2019 Do Cows Drink Milk?

Spring 2 2019 Do Cows Drink Milk? 1

Spring 2 

 

This half term we are going to be exploring the topic:

Do cows drink milk?

 

Do cows drink milk? Do hens lay square eggs?

Explore these questions and more in this project about life on the farm and the animals that live there.

 

Lines of enquiry:

 

Where does food come from?

Which animals live on farms?

Seeds and growing

Animal body parts

Healthy eating

Farm machinery.

 

 

Parent and Carer Information on the topic Do Cows Drink Milk?

Spring 1

Are we there yet?


 

 

Here are some photos of the fun things we have got up to this half term during our Are We There Yet? topic.

The children really enjoyed thinking about how we travel around and how to get about safely during this topic. 

The space station was a big hit too!

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Autumn 2

Why do squirrels hide their nuts?

Autumn 1 

 

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Parent and Carer newsletter for Autumn 1 Tell me a story

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