Class 2 had to guess who made the tracks into the classroom.
We made a story map showing Rosie’s journey
We sequenced Rosie’s journey whilst looking at the book
We made a model farm yard of Rosie’s walk
The children used the farmyard to re-tell the story
Keane used the book to re-tell the story.
Katelyn checked to make sure our story map matched the book.
We did lots of different activities based on the story.
Keane fed Rosie some corn.
Ebony matched the eggs
We matched the letters to the words
We dressed up as chickens
In PE we re-enacted Rosie’s Walk
Daniel went across the yard
Ebony went over the haystack
Katelyn went around the pond
Keane went in the hen house
We hope you all had a good Christmas and Happy New Year! We now look forward to another busy term. Watch this space!
Today we were all really lucky to have Krazy Kats theatre company come to visit us. They put on a brilliant show telling us 3 different stories. They used puppets, music and sign language to tell us what was happening. Here are some photos of the show.
Last week we all thought really hard about bullying. Some of us made posters and a short film was produced that was shown in assembly. We also had a theatre company visit and show us a performance of Tom and the Trolls. Finally to show good working together we all danced to the Okey Cokey.
We have two new arrivals at Samuel Pepys School. There names are Salt and Pepper and they are rabbits. They live in a hutch in our courtyard and are sometimes allowed to run around the whole courtyard to get some exercise. When they are more used to be handled students with be able to groom them and stroke them.
Here are a few photos.
Last week we were luckily enough to have a couple of muscians visit us in school. They were in for several days and worked with students in groups and individually. On the last day we held a concert and invited parents. We put all our performances together and had a great time.
Here are some photos of our workshops.
Last week we had a special visitor all the way from Jofi preparatory school in the Gambia. His name was Joseph and he wanted to find out more about our school. He spent several days with us. Here are a few photos from his visit.
On Wednesday 8th February 2012 we held a variety show and it was definately that. There was loads of talent, laughter and fun. A great time was had by all and we went learnt things we didn’t know about people!
Here are a few photos to show you what we got up to.
Key Stage 3 all joined together and made up some shoe box gifts to send to Children in poor countires. They collected from staff, parents and students soft toys, stationary, gloves, hats, sweets, dolls, cars and lots more and then put them in shoes boxes covered in Christmas Wrapping paper ready to send.
The students really enjoyed putting the boxes together and we are sure the children recieving them will have great pleasure with their contents.