At the end of our topic on mini beasts the children from Nursery and Reception Class had an ugly bug ball in the woods. The children enjoyed a variety of bug themed games and songs in the woods along with some light refreshments.
The children from Reception Class enjoyed an end of term trip to the beach. We stopped at French’s Fish and Chip shop on the way for some lunch, caught the train down to the beach and then spent the afternoon having fun on the beach with our parents and families. A great end to a super year in Reception Class!
The whole school enjoyed a week spent in the woods at the end of term. Each class spent a day exploring in the woods and undertaking a range of woodland learning activities. Reception class and Year 5 visited together and they created some wonderful shared pieces of woodland art, the children really enjoyed working together and were proud of what they created.
Children across the school enjoyed taking part in the Driftwood project. It culminated in an immersive learning day starting with an assembly, followed by learning about Wells in the past, creating different origami items and making our memory hangers. These are going to be displayed in the Maltings in October. The children have really enjoyed the visits from Mary and Miss Honeywell over the last half term and have learnt so much about the history of Wells and what life was like in the past.
The pianists performed beautifully in the piano recital in the Church at the end of the Summer term. Matthew our piano teacher organised the event which was well attended by parents and members of the local community. The children enjoyed performing and there was even a little bit of dressing up! The choir also sang a few of their favorite songs.