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Beauclerc

Infant & Nursery School

Learning to Succeed, Succeeding to Learn

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Welcome to Bumblebee Class!

 

We have been very busy settling into Bumblebee class over the past few weeks.

Our topic this half term has been ‘All About Me’  and we have had a focus on thinking about how we use our bodies, who we love in our families and looking at our own personal history by looking at baby photos.

 

 

 

 

Here are a few photos of what we have been getting up to in class.

These are some books we have been enjoying as part as the All About Me topic and Black History Month.

We have been very busy this half term and filled up our marble jar! This means we could have our dance party and we even had a bubble machine as a special surprise. All the children decorated biscuits, thinking about the change of texture when making the icing and adding food colouring. They also enjoyed painting (mark making) on the pumpkins. Bumblebee class had a lot of fun, and we can’t wait to start the new half term.

Last week we thought about the celebrations Diwali and Guy Fawkes Night. We read the story of Rama and Sita, made Diya lamps, Rangoli patterns, looked at some special clothing and made lots of firework pictures for the celebrations. We also started our new topic of ‘People Who Help Us’ and started to think about the police and how they can help.

Last week we took the time to think about Remembrance Day. We took part in a minute silence to think about the day and were busy making some poppy art.

We have been very busy this half term with our topic ‘People Who Help Us’. The children have all been thinking about what they would like to be when they are older and how they can help their community.

Thank you for donating to Children in Need and taking part in our Mad Hair Day! The children had lots of fun!

On Wednesday we had our ‘People Who Help Us’ Day, where the children dressed up as someone who helps us, the children loved being police officers, firefighters, vets, supermarket workers, doctors and builders!

At the start of last week, we were thinking about people who celebrate Hanukkah. We worked really hard to try and make some pattern candles from blue and silver squares. Happy Hanukkah!

On the 1st December we had a very special visitor, his name is Sam the elf! On the first day he used his elf magic to bring his Christmas tree and decorations all the way from the North Pole for us to decorate. The Children were all very excited!

We had such fun at the Christmas Disco, the children loved playing all the games and dancing to all the songs!