Wow! we can’t believe this is last newsletter of the year. This year feels like it has flown by in Hedgerow class.
Last week we really enjoyed our trip to the Oxford Museum of Natural History. The children thoroughly enjoyed looking around the museum, answering questions about dinosaurs, taking part in a workshop where they were lucky enough to look at and hold some of the very first dinosaur bones ever discovered, acted out how fossils were formed and looked at some really interesting fossils, dinosaur teeth and footprints.
We also enjoyed eating our packed lunches outside in the museum garden then finally playing in the park before travelling back to school. The children kept us entertained with a game of 'eye spy with my little eye'.
In literacy we wrote recounts of our school trip focusing on using punctuation, capital letters, verbs & adjectives to make our writing more interesting and ordering events from the day in the correct sequence.
On Monday we had brilliant fun at our end of term beach party. The children made beautiful seaside frames, enjoyed playing in the paddling pools, having a water fight and chilling out with an ice lolly afterwards.
Miss Smith and I have had a wonderful year with Hedgerow class and will miss them when they move to Year Two. Well done for being such superstars, Year One! Have a wonderful summer holiday!!