Teacher for 2023-24 Olivia Fox
Teaching Assistants – Robyn, Karen, Helen & Kayleigh
Personal Support Worker- Tora
This half term, Hedgehog Class have become authors and written their own books for the story The Runaway Chapati.
We have worked in groups to recall the events in the story, sort them into the beginning, middle and end, shared ideas for sentences, used our phonics to sound out and write letters and words then illustrated each page.
Have a look at our amazing creations!
Article 29 (goals of education) Education must develop every child’s personality, talents and abilities to the full.
Hedgehog Class had an amazing time at the KS2 Disability Football Festival last week.
We played lots of different games using kicking, dribbling and aiming skills and we worked in pairs and teams to play football.
The children made Delamere School very proud!
Article 31 (leisure, play and culture) Every child has the right to relax, play and take part in a wide range of cultural and artistic activities.
Some children from Hedgehog Class really enjoyed their first Smartie Crew session this week.
The children are expressing different emotions through creative and therapeutic play, e.g. painting, drawing, music and performing.
Article 13 (freedom of expression) Every child must be free to express their thoughts and opinions and to access all kinds of information, as long as it is within the law.
In Art, we have been painting self portraits using mirrors and carefully selecting the colours to match our skin, hair, eyes, mouth and clothes.
We noticed that we look different in Hedgehog Class- we have different colour skin and hair, our hair is different lengths and shapes and some of us have glasses and freckles.
We used our portraits to decorate the front covers of our sketch books that we will draw, paint, collage and print in this year.
Watch out, hedgehogs have had a runaway chapati in the classroom!
We found the story, a packet of chapatis and some mysterious floury footprints around the classroom! 🔍
Luckily, we followed the trail to catch the chapati outside in a tree and he looked like someone had tried to eat him already.
He said, “run, run as fast as you can. You can’t catch me in your frying pan.” 🥘
If your child is unable to come to school then please find below home learning activities that are linked to our learning in class.
Why not have a go at playing some fun games?
Why not work out with Joe Wicks;
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