Wow! We have had a fantastic start to Autumn Term in Pre-Primary.
During Literacy, we have been exploring the story ‘The Little Red Hen’. This story has inspired our Pre-Primary dramatic play areas. The students absolutely loved taking on a farmer role in the chicken farmyard and the green tractor. This exploration has allowed students to develop their oral language skills, problem-solving, cooperation, and communication. ‘The Little Red Hen’ story has also inspired our writing tasks for the week. Students have all had the opportunity to create a bread loaf recipe. Our Pre-Primary students did a fantastic job writing the different ingredients and steps we need to make bread. We can not wait to use these recipes next week to make some yummy bread!
In Religious Education, we have been learning about our families. We started by exploring our own families and then we looked at Jesus’ family. When we identified Jesus’ family we discussed the important role that Mary and Joseph played in His life. This investigation allowed us to identify the need to belong to a family and the different ways we can care for and show love to our families.
We would like to say a big thank you to all of our parent helpers who have offered their support this term. We really appreciate your help in Pre-Primary.
Mrs. Jo Wright, Miss Abbey Rowlands, Mrs. Caroline Hilton and Mrs. Helen Cooke.