Welcome to Reception at Wigton Infant School. We hope you enjoy finding out about the things we are doing at school.
Welcome to Mrs Taylor's Class (Oak) and Mr Cartwright's Class (Holly).
We had a very busy first half term. We settled well both indoors....
Back from half term and straight into spook-tacular work!
This week we have been finding out about Bonfire Night, Diwali and Remembrance Day. This included drawing and making the Demon King, making diva lamps and a fun Science experiment.
This week we have been thinking about how we can help other people and what makes a good friend. We really enjoyed making Pudsey Bear biscuits.
Learning about shape is so much fun!
This week we have been talking about our feelings. Do you like our display?
We celebrated Henry's birthday this week (our class bear!) and learnt all about the Christmas story. We also made salt dough to create a Christmas decoration.
Spring Term 1
What a busy first week back!
We worked on our Art journals with Year 2, explored number 5, enjoyed the Magic Porridge Pot story, made our own porridge and had our first Forest School day at Stocks Wood outdoor centre.
We really enjoyed reading 'Little Red Riding Hood' this week. We acted out the story, created our own 'baddie' character to replace the wolf and carried out a science investigation to find out which material would keep grandma's sandwiches dry.
At Forest School we all had a turn to make fire, made pictures using things we could find in the forest and built shelters for a little mouse.
This week we talked about democracy and had a class vote. In science we looked at a selection of different shoes. We talked about what the shoes were used for and looked closely at the material used. As usual we really enjoyed Forest School. We toasted marshmallows and had our first attempt at archery.
The number of the week was eight and the traditional story we read was 'The Billy Goats Gruff'. We created our own trolls and made our own bridges. On Thursday the children took part in 'Number Day 2019' in aid of the NSPCC. We came to school wearing a number and enjoyed playing whole class Bingo. It was a cold and frosty day for Forest School but there was a lot to look at. We also used potato peelers to strip the bark off sticks.