Kingfisher have had a lovely time programming the Be-bots with different algorithms and then discovering if their programming is correct! The children worked great in small groups and had alot of fun.
Eagles looked ready for action on Tuesday - plenty of footballers, rugby players and riders interspersed by gymnasts, cricketers, a climber, a boxer, a racing driver, Mo Farah, Usain Bolt, Johanna Konta, a skater and a dancer.
Owls thoroughly enjoyed a wintry session up at Forest School with Nellie the Snowdog! They made sledges, snow bears and snow angels as well as using a large ball of string to make a food web.
Thanks to FOGS we have been able to purchase lots of Numicon resources which have helped the children develop their understanding of number. Here the children were learning to find 1 more by ordering the large Numicon tiles, print with them in the sand and recreate the number patterns with ice cubes.
Robins had an exciting adventure last week when they caught the bus into Winchcombe to buy stamps so they could post Thank You cards they had written for their Big Friends. They also visited the library and the park for a picnic and a play.
The children told the rest of the school and their parents about their trip and sung a medley of travelling songs accompanied by Miss Badham on the guitar in their class assembly.
At Forest School the children worked in teams to hunt for letters hidden amongst the trees and logs and had to get them in the right order to spell a word...