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Ash Class Newsletter- Autumn 2017
After Sports Day was cancelled we were all feeling very disappointed. Luckily Miss Chesworth had something exciting up her sleeve!
A big congratulations to all the children in Ash Class. The children have worked so hard learning lines, lyrics and some fairly complex choreography. It has been lovely to watch the children’s confidence grow and seeing their enjoyment of singing and dancing shining through their performance. Here are a few pictures from our dress rehearsals:
This week the children have enjoyed making Christmassy gingerbread men. With a spot of icing these will taste just yummy. (Pictures to follow…)
Can you guess who this is?
Ash Class had an action packed day on our trip to Birmingham Think Tank. I think the part the children enjoyed most was the space workshop with Dan.
The children were responsible for fixing part of the International Space Station…
… and experimented with the problems posed by zero gravity
This term the children have been studying different styles of non-fiction writing. Taking advantage of their enthusiasm and excitement about the coming festivities they have composed their own non-fiction writing about what makes a perfect Christmas.
On Thursday 15th November the children had a lovely time visiting The Mac Theatre in Birmingham to watch a performance of ‘The Bear’ by Raymond Briggs. The performance was filled with a mixture of tears, laughter, bubbles and real snow which caused lots of excitement!