Welcome to Gwithian & Godrevy
We had a thoroughly good day painting in the style of Jackson Pollock.
We flicked, dribbled, splashed and blob bed paint onto canvases.
We loved this activity and consider ourselves amazing abstract artists.
Thank you Mack, Nojus and Archie who made this weeks tasty bread.
It was delicious and you were perfect waiters.
We fed the crumbs to the birds!
A big hello to Mrs Thompson who joins our Early Years team on the May 11th . She will be teaching Godrevy class whilst Mrs Fielder is on maternity leave. We look forward to working with her and welcoming her to our team.
EYFS visit to Dairyland.
We had an incredible trip to Dairyland. The sun shone and met lots of different farm animals. Highlights of our day included Pat a Pet, visiting the milking parlour and museum and playing on the many playgrounds.
We had a delicious picnic and finished the day in the soft play area.
Everyone was so enthusiastic and we hope to capture this excitement in class when we continue to learn about food and farming.
This week Gwithian Class made percussion Instruments and performed “The Grand Old Duke of York!”
We banged, Twanged and shook our way around the school – visiting Year 3 and Year 5. Mrs May made a shaker and joined us marching around the school. We had such fun.
Common Exception Word Homework
Please put your child’s plastic world folder in the basket (next to the dinner time pebbles) every Monday so we can assess your child and give them new words to learn.
A big thank you to Mrs May and the governors for providing our EYFS classes ( Godrevy and Gwithian) with a bread maker each.
Every week children take turns to make a loaf to share with their class. We are making different breads and using different spreads.
The children have really enjoyed tasting the bread and the smell of baking bread in the corridor Is mouth watering.
Archie and Erin made this weeks bread. They chose to make whole meal bread. It was very tasty!
Some more pictures of what we have been doing this week.
Gwithian and Godrevy Classes
1) Say the sound – decide if it’s a bouncy sound or a sliding sound – a – a – a – a or mmmmmmmm.
2) Look at the pictures and say the word but emphasise the beginning sound - a-a-a-a-ant, mmmmmmmountain.
3) Trace the letters. Make sure your child starts in the correct place and holds their pencil correctly (pincer grip).
4) Write the letters independently. Again make sure your child holds their pencil correctly and starts at the right place.
Any questions – ask a member of staff. Thank You.