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Miss Simpson
Fernworthy Class

Our day starts at 845am and finishes at 3.15pm

PE is every Friday morning - please wear a full PE kit to school.

Outdoor Learning is every Wednesday morning (it is useful to bring wellies on this day in case it rains)

Please make sure book bags are bought into school each day.  A waterproof coat and a drink bottle (with water only) are also essential.  

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A little bit about me

 

1. My favourite Film is.... 

Mary Poppins

 

2. My favourite Author/Book is.... 

Roald Dahl

 

3. My favourite Music Playlist is... 

Beach Chillout 

 

4. When I’m not at work you will find me... 

Exploring beaches and walking the beautiful coast paths with my dog.

 

5. The place I would most like to visit in the world is...

The Maldives

 

6. My favourite food is...

Raspberries

 

7. Three words I would use to describe myself... 

Creative, Enthusiastic, Kind 

Trip to RHS Rosemoor, Torrington

 

Fernworthy class had a fantastic time visiting RHS Rosemoor in Torrington.   We enjoyed a workshop planting peas and they also went on a flower scavenger hunt. The children were provided with buckets to collect a range of natural resources including leaves and petals they found  on the ground to then make crowns! It was a fantastic opportunity for the children to apply the knowledge they have learnt in their topic 'Sunshine and Sunflowers' as well as linking with our recently studied literacy book 'Errols Garden'. They were able to recall facts and information they had learnt to discuss seasons, plants and flower life cycles.

Handa's Surprise

The children have enjoyed studying and learning about the text 'Handa's Surprise' by Eileen Browne.  As well as looking at the characters and setting of the story we have discussed what the word 'surprise' means and have spoken about the children's experiences of surprises. During our non-electric day we made our own animal books mostly based on the animals in the books, Handa's surprise although it was great to see many of the children having their own independent ideas about which animal they would like to write about.  The children were really proud of their books and were excited to read them to each other! They were also inspired to extend this love of book making and we had lots of other inventions of 'Handa's Surprise' created with the children swapping 'Handa' for their own name and choosing their own characters to meet along the way!    

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