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Godly Play

Today, Kingfisher Class were lucky enough to have a session of Godly Play led by Mrs. Douglas from Cheveley School. The purpose of the session was to reflect upon and respond to religious stories whilst reflecting the views of others. We listened to the Parable of the Sower and chose a variety of mediums to respond to what they had heard and discussed.

They considered: What is the Kingdom of God like? How did the sower feel?  Which ground surprised the sower?

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Kingfisher Class Assembly 20 10 17

Well done, children, we are very proud of your achievements!

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Monday 9th October

Kingfisher Class had a wonderful morning creating habitats together as part of their Science topic on how animals choose and adapt to their habitats.

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Kingfisher Class, alongside a handful of helpful Year 6s from Owl Class, spent part of the morning creating an "Art Attack" on the playground. Together we created an enormous spider out of grass, logs, soil, hay and twigs. Some children also made baby spiders out of pipe cleaners, beads and conkers. We also created some mini spider webs out of sticks and wool to finish our giant spider off. Year 2s and 3s wrote a story of their own, using our artwork as a stimulus, featuring an adventurous spider who wanted to discover what lay beyond the garden hedge. Well done all of you who took part!
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