This half term we have had a busy two weeks. At the beginning of the holidays we took a trip to Toys r Us to buy some new toys.
We read the map to find out which bus to take ?
After our trip to Toys r Us we went shopping to buy our tea.
We need to make sure everywhere is clean and tidy, ready for tea.
We enjoyed some unexpected sunshine and had some well earned chill time.
A trip to the local park was fun. We went to see the new improvments.
During week two of the holidays we held our very own fun fair, all of the children helped to make the games and activities.
We played games to win tickets.
Higher or lower?
The children and staff had lots of fun making and participating in the fun fair themed week. They finished off by exchanging their tickets for prizes.
A big thank you to the wonderful members of staff for donating a bike and two mini football tables. The children will have hours of fun with them.
At the end of the school day, learning continues for some of our children.
All of our children get the opportunity to do their homework at M.O.O.S.E, with the support of the staff. They have full use of the schools resources.
Quiet homework time
Is that a good book?
Our older children enjoy responsibilities (Learning new skills)
Making new friends
A big thank you to the family who donated lots of new trucks and cars. The children really enjoy playing with them 🙂
Every Friday the children get to visit the computer suite where they get the freedom to explore educational sites in a safe, controlled environment.
Mrs Lane and Mr Gibson
During the holidays our fun does not stop. Each holiday we all decide which theme and activities we would like to explore. Take a look at our Dinosaur Week:
We started our dinosaur hunt at Wollaton Hall.
No dinosaurs here…
We met a real dinosaur
Who do you think this dinosaur is?
Whats your dino-name? My dinosaur name would be Philiopha Spino which means wishy, washy, thorn.
Every half term holiday, the staff and children choose a theme week. At February half term we decided to explore our 5 senses:
- sight, smell, touch, hearing, and taste.
Take a look:
On the way to the local shops we used our sight to spot objects, our hearing for different sounds and even our sense of smell. Our senses helped us to stay safe throughout our journey, crossing roads, looking where we were going, navigating around unsafe objects….
We enjoyed the taste test but not every taste was pleasant…
Guess the object. No peeking…!
The children enjoyed the feeling between their toes. (Can you guess who these feet belong to).
At the end of another great week the children had the chance to try lots of different meats, cheeses and nibbles tasting lots of new flavours and textures.