The Owls had a fantastic time today at Westonbirt Arboretum! It was the first time the Owls had been on a coach as a class and a school trip together but they were amazing! They made the Owls team very proud! 🌟
At Westonbirt, the Owls were taken on a bear hunt! They followed all of the locations from “We’re going on a Bear Hunt”; we travelled through the swishy swashy grass, the splishy sloshy river and even the swirling whirling snowstorm! The Owls were then chased by a bear all the way home, luckily everyone made it back in one piece!
After lunch, the Owls went on a hunt for the Gruffalo! They searched high and low and found a mouse, a fox, a snake and an Owl and then finally we found the Gruffalo!
Here are the Owls proving that there is such thing as a Gruffalo…
This term the Owls have been reading the story “Superworm” by Julia Donaldson, they have then made up their own superheroes and created little adventure stories based on their characters!
There were a range of characters from Catman to Super-Ostrich and all of the Owls used their imagination to think about the types of adventures their superheroes would go on, some of these adventures ended happily ever after, but not all of them did!
For the last day of term, the Owls had a superhero day and it was fantastic to see the children dressed up as some of their own superheroes! The Owls even showed off their superhero skills, look at them fly!
Before the end of the Spring Term, the Owls went for a Spring Walk to try and find some signs of Spring! We found buds on the trees, seedlings sprouting out of the ground, some beautiful daffodils and blossom too!
We had a fantastic time and enjoyed becoming spring hunters!
This week the Owls have been making a weather chart! We have been checking to see what the weather is like each day and today we decided to make some wind chimes! Have a look at the wind chimes that the children in school and at home have been making, they are all incredibly unique and fantastic!
This week the Owls have been looking at the story “What the Ladybird Heard” by Julia Donaldson, however on Friday we found out that Hefty Hugh and Lanky Len had escaped from prison and were off to try and steal the fine prize cow again!!
The Owls have been working incredibly hard to create their own wanted posters to track down Hefty Hugh and Lanky Len and we think it is important that you see our posters so that you know if you spot these criminals!
This week the Owls have had a challenge to create their own toy shops! Through this they have worked on their communication and language skills through explaining the products and working with one another to create the shop! They have also been working on their maths skills, through writing price tags, paying for items and some children have even been working out the change to give!
Have a look at these impressive shops and choose which shop you’d like to go to! 🌟