Wednesday, 3 May 2017

A visit from Mrs Everett

 We had a visit from Mrs Everett. She taught us lots of new facts about honeybees.

It was easy to spot the queen bee because she had a yellow spot on her back. The colours get changed every year so the bee keepers know how old the queen is.

We got to dress up with the special hats and gloves that bee keepers wear to protect them from being stung.

 The bees were busy making honey. The male bees are called Drones they had a pink dot on their backs.
 In the winter we need to feed the bees with sugar syrup because there are no flowers for them to feed on.
If a bee stings you it dies.

Monday, 20 March 2017

A visit to the woods

We had lots of fun at the woods this morning

Playing with friends
Building Dens
"I'm the king!"

Friday, 3 March 2017

Pancake Day!

We had lots of fun playing with the flour!

Mix, mix, mix .
We had a go at making our own batter.

"This is gooey"
"We got to eat our pancakes,yummy"

"Has anyone seen our pancakes?"

Wednesday, 28 September 2016

International Day of Languages

Robins and Skylarks celebrated by looking at Germany.

 We coloured in the German flag.

We made schultutes and filled them up with sweets and Lego.

Making new Friends

Making patterns in the sand

We love dancing to the music

Playing in the castle is fun


We made flapjacks in Robins on Monday.
We mixed the oats into the mixture.

"This smells really yummy"

Monday, 7 March 2016

Forest School

We went on our first trip to the woods today.
Playing the drums
Hunting for dinosaurs

"Look, I have found a mushroom on my stick"