Stanford Junior and Infant School
Living together - Learning together
On this page you can see updates over the term of our activities and learning.
Today we had a visit from a lady who works for Chartwell's School Meals. She read the story of the Hungry Caterpillar and told us all about healthy food choices.
J- I liked it when we tried all the food.
B- I tried lots of new food.
L- I tried cress.
O- I made a caterpillar, then I ate it!
O- I made a sun out of carrots, sweetcorn and a wrap.
M- I liked the grapes. I shared some of my food with my friends too.
The Sunflowers have been enjoying some yoga sessions and making African animal shapes with their bodies.
A- I liked doing the lion because I could stick out my tongue and look fierce.
M- The butterfly was a nice one to do because my legs moved like wings.
B- The snake was my favourite one.
T- I was a very strong mountain.
G- The giraffe pose was very tricky to do. I have been practicing it and can do it now.
W- I like yoga because my Grandma does yoga too.
L- I loved being a flamingo.
T- I had to concentration really hard and listen to the instructions.
Sunflower Class know how important it is to look after their mental health. They discussed the different kinds of feelings people might have. They soon realised that some feelings can make you feel good and some feelings can make you feel bad.
O- We all put on yellow clothes.
T- We collected £26.00 for the charity.
C- If you feel sad, you should talk to people.
T- If we are upset we can talk to staff, mums and dads and grandparents.
Thank you for all your kind donations of food which have all gone to the Harbour Place charity. Many thanks also to Mr. Stevens and Mrs. Mawer who came along to help us celebrate.
Our Harvest Festival was a joyful celebration introduced by our head boy and girl and Star anise class performed a poem. Rev. Philip Stevens came to say a prayer and give thanks for the food at harvest time. Thank you to everyone who contributed to our celebration, the donations of food will be sent to the homeless charity, Harbour Place.
Sunflowers and Seedlings entertained their parents and friends at the Stanford Centre today.
They enjoyed singing 'If You're Happy and You Know it!' The Sunflowers also performed a new version of 'Aiken Drum' with different kinds of food for the man in the moon's clothes.
F- We wanted to sing for our parents.
W- We raised money for poorly people who need special nurses.
A- We enjoyed a drink and a cake too.
The Sunflowers enjoyed a special day where they learnt all about giraffes; where they live, what they eat and what they like doing.
They explored giraffes in lots of creative ways too. They shared stories about giraffes, played with giraffe toys, made masks, created giraffe dances, painted and collaged giraffes, as well as making dough and plasticine models.
L- I could make plasticine giraffes with black spots.
A- I loved making a giraffe out of paper. It was tricky cutting the body parts out and putting it altogether.
A- I made a giraffe drinking dance in P.E.
C- I liked looking at my friend's special giraffe toys.
O- I liked painting. I did a tall giraffe.
T- I saw giraffes have different colours and patterns when I looked in the giraffe books.
The children have been looking at the Maasi tribe in Art - at all their colourful clothing and jewellery. They wanted to have a go at making a Maasi headband- so here they are!
Look at all this wonderful home learning! We are looking forward to seeing a lot more this term!
This term, we are looking at these words.
Every day we have a spelling lesson. To help you improve at spelling, log on to The Spelling Shed and play all the exciting spelling games!
The children enjoyed exploring some of the exotic fruit from the story.
J- The pineapple was sweet and juicy.
M- The mango was slippery.
T- Mrs. Christie used a special tool to make pineapple rings.
H- There was a stone inside the avocado.
G- The passion-fruit had a nice smell.
L- The pineapple is spiky.
G- The avocado smells fresh.
A- The mango feels very heavy.
The new Sunflowers have made a super start in Year 1. Well done to everyone!