Welcome to Acorn class page!
Teacher: Mrs Marsden
Teaching Assistants: Mrs Beeton and Mrs Jackson
Notices & Reminders
You will find important information, reminders and upcoming dates in this section.
- Keep smiling Acorns!!
We are learning this week….
Please see below for the Home Learning Activities for this week:
- Pick one activity every day from the challenge grid below:
- I will send daily emails with Maths, Literacy and Phonics activities. Please see document below:
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For those that want a little bit of routine, please look at the suggested daily timetable for the Acorns.
And a little message from our friends Gilly and Ziggy!
Health and Fitness Week
We are not letting the school closures cancel the All Saints annual Health and Fitness week! Mrs Bolton has set us fitness challenges to have a go at throughout the week and we have continued these both in school and at home!
We designed and made some healthy pitta pizzas! Yum!!
We tried some different fruits and made some very healthy fruit smoothies! We had some rather interesting combinations!
We have completed the Lawshall mile around the school field.
We even had a mini sports day! It was lovely to support all the other bubbles too!
We have started our Minibeast topic this half term and Mrs Marsden has set us lots of minibeast themed challenges. Look at these amazing bug hotels and ant restaurants we have been making at home!
We made some ladybird biscuits! It helped us practise our doubling skills too!
We made some symmetrical butterflies!
Acorn’s Rainbows 🙂
Look at what we have achieved before the school closures…
Week Commencing 16th March
As this was our last week together for a little while, we decided to visit Africa. We found Africa on our globe and learnt about how it is different to the UK. We then went on safari! We made lists and tally charts of the animals we saw!
Mrs M and Mrs Beeton are most certainly going to miss our little Acorns!
Week Commencing 9th March
Last week, the Acorns asked about litter which led to a discussion about the importance of keeping our environment clean and tidy. This week, we decided to learn about recycling! We went on a litter pick around school first. This was followed by sorting different packaging by type and working out what we could recycle. We decided that we could be better in class with recycling if we had a recycling bin! This also inspired lots of junk modelling creations!
In R.E, our friends Tom and Tessa taught us all about Palm Sunday. We acted out the story!
Week Commencing 2nd March
We continued our penguin theme this week by making some amazing penguin pictures. Last week, we had made some ‘cold collages’ using blue coloured tissue paper. This week, we made penguin pictures using just black, white and yellow card. It was so amazing to see how different and individual they all were!
This led to a visit from a Penguin called Percy who caused quite a stir in Acorn class. You see, he was convinced he was a zebra and Acorn class had to explain to him that he was in fact a penguin. We wrote letters to him telling him what we knew about penguins to help him understand.
On Thursday, we celebrated World Book Day! We all came to school dressed up as different book characters and shared lots of our favourite stories with our friends in Ash class.
Week Commencing 24th February
This week, we have been learning about Antarctica as part of our topic ‘Around the World’. Polly’s daddy works in Antarctica so came to talk to us about it. He showed us videos of the boats and aeroplanes and taught us about the different animals that live there. We really enjoyed testing out the Antarctic clothing- Mrs Jackson got to dress up in the full outfit! We got to test out the sleeping bags they use- it was very cosy!
We celebrated our Pancake day a day late in Acorn class this week due to a very busy Tuesday! However we managed to celebrate in style by joining Oak and Ash for a pancake themed morning. We opened up our very own pancake cafe where we had to write a pancake order and then deliver it to the order box. Another child would then read the order, make it and then serve it in the ‘Eating Area’. We finished our morning with a whole school pancake race! So much fun!
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