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Welcome to the Owlets and our new blog!

We are the Reception class and we are taught by Mrs Moulam with support from Miss Wilde and Ms Forscutt. On Tuesdays we have French with Madame Kernick  and PE with Mr Tranmer.

On this page you will find updates about what we have been learning as well as a space to show our curriculum documents which we use to reinforce our learning throughout the year. Please also use the links on the sidebar to access previous updates!

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We have been learning about winter, snow, ice and dark nights.  We listened to the story The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark.  Afterwards we spoke about what we could do to make us feel safe in the dark.  This week we have written a list of items to help us feel safe in the dark, and a letter asking Mr. Carlyle if we could have a Pyjama Party.  Luckily Mr. Carlyle was very impressed with our writing and he said yes!  Today we wrote a set of instructions for a Pyjama party and this afternoon we really enjoyed having our Pajama Party.  We told each other jokes, played games, ate healthy snacks and watched a film whilst wrapped up in blankets, cuddling teddies and using torches for light.




This week in R.E we have been learning about Jesus. After listening to the story of Jesus Calms the Sea we acted out the story using material to create the waves. We took turns to be Jesus and pretended to wake up from a pretend sleep and calm the water.  Everyohne on the boat was amazed becasue Jesus could calm the sea.  


Today we have been scientist.  Linked to our learning in Literacy on the season of winter we carried out a science experiment using ice.  We made predictions and observations of how the ice changed as it melted.  We explored speeding up the melting process by adding salt to some of the blocks and then comparing this to the blocks that had no salt on them.  We thought about other ideas to speed up the melting process and explored making the blocks smaller to speed up the melting process. 


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