Stanford School

Stanford Junior and Infant School

Living together - Learning together

Cooper Lane, Laceby, Grimsby
NE Lincolnshire DN37 7AX
Tel. 01472 318003
E. office@stanfordschool.co.uk
Contact. Miss King (Business Manager)

Seedlings Class Blog

On this page you can see updates over the term of our activities and learning.

Date:
22 October
Posted by:
Miss Wilson

Halloween

We enjoyed dressing up for Halloween and enjoyed making Halloween pumpkins with the dough and scary shadow puppets too!

Date:
21 October
Posted by:
Miss Wilson

Reading Reward

We all enjoyed our reading reward today to celebrate the fantastic home reading we have achieved. Seedlings listened to the story 'The Gingerbread Man', decorated a gingerbread man and enjoyed a tasty ginger biscuit.

Date:
9 October
Posted by:
Miss Wilson

Harvest Celebrations

Thank you for the kind donations for our harvest table. All donations will be sent to our local homeless charity, Harbour Place.

Date:
9 October
Posted by:
Miss Wilson

Happy 300th Birthday Stanford Trust!

The children enjoyed celebrating this special event. They made birthday cards for the Trustees, watched a special video message from Mr. Lingard, learnt all about the history of the school and the Stanford family with Mrs. Brady and enjoyed some lovely cakes and juice. They were all so excited to receive their 50p coins and commemorative mugs!

Date:
8 October
Posted by:
Miss Wilson

Can I write the letters remembering the 'and' phrase to help start each letter?

View and download the Letters and Numbers sheet

Date:
5 October
Posted by:
Mrs Brady

Turnip Soup

The Sunflower and Seedlings children really enjoyed reading the story 'The Gigantic Turnip' and so they decided they would like to make their own turnip soup.

E- I liked chopping some swede.
D- I liked eating the soup. It was spicy.
E- I mixed it with a wooden spoon.
H- Mrs. Christie cooked it for us.
F- We had to wash all the vegetables first.
H- We all had to wear aprons.
T- We washed our hands first.
H- The soup tasted salty.

Date:
2 October
Posted by:
Miss Wilson

Jobs around the house

Foundation children have been learning about jobs around the home. Take a look at what our families do and how busy they are taking care of our homes.

Date:
Friday 25th September
Posted by:
Mrs Smith

Virtual Assembly

Our Head Boy and Head Girl delivered our virtual assembly on Friday for Macmillan Coffee morning. They shared with the whole school how Macmillan came about and how the donations received from families help those that are currently suffering with cancer- Well done for delivering a fantastic 'virtual' assembly!

Date:
25 September
Posted by:
Miss Wilson

Song for Macmillan

Seedlings took part to raise funds for Macmillan by designing and colouring a cupcake sticker and singing a sign language song 'Hands in the air'. We certainly did a great job!

Date:
23 September
Posted by:
Miss Wilson

Sorting

Foundation children have been learning about sorting. We sorted ourselves and objects such as bears, camels and cubes.

Date:
21 September
Posted by:
Mrs Brady

The Gigantic Turnip

The Year 1 and Foundation children had great fun acting out the story together. It was hard work pulling up that huge turnip! Mrs. Christie made a great mouse!

Date:
15 September
Posted by:
Mrs Brady

Year 1 Maths

The children have been exploring sorting this week in Maths.
E- I sorted mine into different colours.
W- I counted my cubes and sorted them into how many was in each group.
K- I sorted my objects into shape groups.

Date:
7 September
Posted by:
Mrs Brady

Hook Day Fun

The children have enjoyed learning all about plants, flowers and growing.

E- I really liked the story of Jack and the Beanstalk!
J- The Tiny Seed Story, told you how a plant grows, dies and has seeds for more plants.
H- I coloured a big sunflower with crayons (pastels).
L- I loved painting pretty flowers.
E- It was fun to look at books with my friend.
A- I did some Maths about counting petals.
E- It was fun to make playdough flowers. I put them on a tree.
H- You could choose to plant a spider plant or a strawberry plant.
R- I enjoyed looking at different plants and flowers outside.
K- I saw some bulbs in a pot. They looked like onions.

Date:
3 September
Posted by:
Miss Wilson

First days at school

Take look at our photos from our first days at school. We have explored our new classrooms, made new friends and had lots of fun.