This week in school, we are thinking about what books we have read and enjoyed. We can share this information with others to help them choose what to read.
Please fill in the surveys below to have your say! Results to follow.
Stars of the Week: Fatimah and Justice
This week we had a fantastic time with Year 5 talking ‘Books, Books, Books’. We thought about what we have already read and made recommendations to each other, before choosing six new books for our new Book Bingo cards. We are so excited to start reading our new books!
Class 4, what books would you recommend and why?
What are you looking forward to reading next?
After a wonderful evening singing songs and roasting marshmallows around the campfire and another good night we are up and ready for our mornings activities. We were also very excited to see a vole, caught in a small mammal trap, released this morning.
A truly fantastic day so far. We have practiced our survival skills by hiking up Box Hill and building shelters. We enjoyed lunch with a view and found minibeasts and pondlife such as newts. We were even lucky enough to discover and log (for research purposes) a rare green beetle and a Slow Worm. We are really looking forward to our campfire after tea.
Our first night went well, we have made our packed lunches, had a hearty breakfast and we are enjoying playing on the grass before our morning activities.
We have had a wonderful afternoon! We have learned how to take bearings on a compass and used this new skill to follow clues and search for treasure. We have taken the time to take in the beautiful environment around us and we have set our small mammal traps. We are very excited to find out if any mice or other small mammals take advantage of the cozy hotels we have made them.
A class of very happy children have arrived, checked into their rooms and are enjoying a picnic lunch before our afternoon activities.