Year 5 took part in a road safety cycling course with Outspoken Training last week. The children were fantastic and enjoyed learning how to ride their bikes safely on the road.
What an amazing day for year 5 – a visit to Kidzania London!
KidZania London is an interactive indoor city made for children aged 4 -14. From an airline pilot to a surgeon, firefighter to a radio DJ, children can work, play, earn and learn whilst having fun in a range of role play activities.
Today in CLL we had circle time to discuss the life cycle of a chick 🐣 and what differences we have noticed over the past 5 days. The children were able to explain and understand that the chick came from the eggs which were in the incubator. The children have also noticed that the chicks have got more fluffy( this is because they’re out of their shell and their fur is now dry). Now they’re in the brooder box, the chicks need food and water to keep them healthy and alive. With all of these fantastic facts the children have learnt, we have also learnt that some eggs sadly do not make it out of the shell and turn into a chick. This sadly happened with one of our eggs.
The children were sat so beautifully on the carpet during the input each child had the exciting opportunity to hold the 3 day old chick. What an amazing experience!
This afternoon during our story time with parents, our session was based on the chicks. We had a lovely time sharing our experience and knowledge of the chicks from the hatching process. Children and parents were able to hold the chicks and be part of this amazing opportunity at Park Academy.
Yesterday in Reception we launched the ‘Big Bird Watch’. The Big Bird watch is a project based on looking after the Birds, making sure they have a safe environment to live in. At Park we’re very lucky to have our own Woodland area where we can make sure the animals who live in our environment are safe and have food. Yesterday, the Recepion children went into the woods and placed bird seed in and around the woodland for the birds to feed freely. Today, we’re going to be making environmental friendly bird feeders to hang in the trees around our school.
🚒🔥A visit from the fire service 🔥🚒 We have had a fantastic afternoon in reception continuing our work on people who help us. We have learnt all about the Lincolnshire fire and rescue service; what they do, the tools they use, their uniform and the fire engine. The children thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon and asked lots of sensible questions to learn as much as they could.