The Sunflowers really enjoyed our second Nature Detectives walk to Bury Knowle Park. We spotted lots of long-tailed tit nests in the trees on our walk through the park and listened to their bird call. Mrs Faye showed us a blackbird's nest from her garden and we carefully observed how it was made. Then, we had a go at making our own nests from all of the natural materials on the ground. Some of us even tested them out!
The Little Red Hen: We have been learning Pie Corbett's version of The Little Red Hen story to tell at our Harvest Festival service next Tuesday. You can watch Pie Corbett telling the story by following this link, as well as links to other versions of the traditional story.
AutumnAfter out Nature Detectives walk to Bury Knowle Park, we watched this BBC Learning clip for more ideas of how the world around us changes during autumn. You can share this together at home. Keep a look out for the sleeping harvest mouse at the end!
Our first Nature Detectives walk to Bury Knowle Park - Exploring the space and autumnal changes. It is tricky to take photos when you are hiding conkers like squirrels!
Our first few weeks in Sunflower class; Making new friends and exploring our classroom.