What a busy week! Starting off with our swimming sport showcase. Thank you to all parents that were able to attend, we hope you enjoyed seeing your child’s progress in the water.
During our communication and language sessions, we have continued our work with Portside Pirates. The children did some super work when making our treasure crafts, with some doing independent work with fine motor skills, using paints and sequins to decorate telescopes or treasure chests, whilst some helped fill a sensory bottle as the deep blue sea.
We were very excited to finally get out on a school visit. We were invited to share a forest school session withYear 4 at Castlefort. The children were encouraged to help with den building. We loved exploring the different styles of dens and playing with the other children. We ended the session with an ice lolly which was a lovely treat for all the hard work. We chose all of Rabbit Class as our stars of the week for their excellent behaviour.
We have been really pleased with the children demonstrating increased independence with their PE sessions. Some have been attempting to climb the ladder of the climbing frame or use the stepping stones which they were previously apprehensive of doing and some have been requiring less support when jumping down from a piece of equipment. Well done little Rabbits!
In cooking the children have been doing excellent work building up their tolerance to new tastes and textures. They have been using their own knives with support to slice into fruit to create some pirate themed banana boats. They looked and tasted very yummy!