This week we have been detectives!

When we came into the classroom on Monday, we noticed a mess had been made using some of our resources. There was police tape and cones put round it and we spotted fingerprints, footprints and a police badge left at the scene. The children have all been working hard hunting for clues around the classroom and outside area to try and identify who it was that had made the mess. The children created lists using their sounds.

Here are some photos of the excellent writing the children produced:

The children also wrote questions to the police officer who came to visit. Here are some examples:

PC Hutchinson came in and talked to the children about what he thinks might have happened in our school. He answered the children’s questions then came up with some ideas of who it might be that created the mess!

We also had a two minute silence and then talked about Remembrance Day and the important meaning as to why we wear poppies. The children chose to create poppies in their own way. Here are some examples of their excellent creations:

In maths we have been focusing on using the word ‘fewer’ to compare different amounts. Here are some photos of our learning:

We hope you have a wonderful weekend.
From the Early Years Team.