During the first part of the Summer Term, Meadow Class have been learning about animal farms and crop farms. Children in Meadow Class have participated in lots of fun activities related to farm jobs and have worked very hard on their ‘farmer’ roles: cleaning animal toys, feeding the school chickens, finding the lost mothers of the baby animals, and even making sure every animal in the farm was in their correct areas!
Despite all the rain, Meadow Class have had the best time gardening this half-term, and have become very confident little gardeners. They have grown grass, flowers, strawberries and even broccoli - hopefully you’d be able to have a taste soon!
As some of the restrictions have lifted, some of the children in Meadow Class have been accessing a weekly cycling session outside the school premises which they have all hugely enjoyed. Other children have been going for weekly walks outside in the community – Box Hill and Banstead Woods. They all love to be outdoors – even when it is raining cats and dogs!
We have also re-introduced ‘Boogie Beats’, a fun singing/dancing session that children have engaged in every Friday. So as you can see... Meadow Class have kept very busy and active (ready for Sports day!) during this term and have done a great job making it until the end – well done, Meadow Class!