“The Early Years Foundation Stage is good. The activities are well planned using accurate knowledge about children’s individual abilities.” OFSTED
Settling into Oak Class
We have enjoyed exploring the areas of the classroom and have settled into school well.
We had a great time drawing with chalks outside and exploring how to get cars through the guttering! The children thought carefully about where to place the guttering in order to catch the cars in their bucket!
We have enjoyed developing our skills in PE. We have been busy learning to balance along objects, roll and jump off of equipment. We have also been learning to walk along small beams and learning to hold a pose whilst on equipment. We have enjoyed crawling through tunnels and moving in a variety of ways.
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We have enjoyed exploring outside. We worked hard to make sure our guttering maze carried the cars down into the bucket! We had a great time making changes and thinking through all of our decisions.
We love drawing and writing and the chalk board. We also enjoyed relaxing in the sun!
We have been enjoying the warmer weather!
We have had a fantastic time in our new wooden Garden Centre. We have been busy making seed packets, potting plants and we have had lots of customers!
We have also had fun catching fish and adding our nets together.
We have enjoyed playing number bingo! We had to say one more than the number we turned over. Whoever covered their numbers first was the winner!
We also had lots of fun making our own number bingo games too!
We have had a great time learning the story of The Gingerbread Man.
The children enjoyed rolling dice, adding the numbers together and placing the amount of buttons on their Gingerbread men.
Oak Class enjoyed a wonderful day in the woods with some teddy bear friends. Despite the hot weather they were busy making ponds and shelters, searching for bears and using all their senses to explore the woodland: smelling herbs, listening to birds and grasshoppers, and making teddy paw prints in clay. Their enthusiasm, good manners and enjoyment made all the staff very proud - what wonderful Woodcote woodland ambassadors.
The children had a fantastic time on their first swimming lesson! They listened beautifully and followed the instructions of the swimming teacher well.
Great fun was had by all!
We have had a very exciting visitor this week!
We have enjoyed learning about the role of a police officer and how to stay safe when we get lost in a shop or somebody talks to us at the park. We were able to wear the policeman's hat and enjoyed listening to his radio.
We also learnt about police dogs and that they can run as fast as 30 mph!
On Thursday 29th March, Oak children celebrated their achievements in dance this term in a special Sharing Assembly alongside all the other classes. The children demonstrated their Haka with fabulous enthusiasm.
We have been busy making Easter nests this week!
The children had a fantastic time in PE! They have been learning the best techniques to balance cones on their bodies and how to stay very still, so that none of them fall. We had some very interesting balancing positions!
The children had some very special visitors!
Snowy and Halo the reindeer flew into Woodcote Primary School playground and were greeted by some very excited Oak children. We enjoyed learning all about the reindeer and had great fun stroking and feeding them.
The children had great fun enjoying the inside and outside craft activities.
They made some fantastic creatures with playdough and objects collected from outside. They also enjoyed conker painting.
The children are very excited about the new addition to the mud kitchen! Thank you to the parent who kindly helped to dig and finish this!
The children have had a fantastic time exploring the areas of the classroom.
They have been learning about solid 3D shapes and using them to build models and create many new inventions!
We have enjoyed some quiet time reading stories and we are about to begin our own story of the Gingerbread Man.
The children have enjoyed exploring the outside area!
They have had a fantastic time in the mud kitchen making mud pies and chocolate ice creams! The children have enjoyed playing football and building with equipment to make dens and spaces.
The children really enjoyed exploring the outside area looking for insects! The children were excited to find many insects living under logs and we discussed different habitats and environments. We talked about why we are different to animals and ways in which we are similar.