Nether Kellet Primary School
Nether Kellet Primary School

Chestnut Class

Year 1/2

Mrs Perry

Mrs Laycock
Mrs Martin
Mrs Pell
Miss Wren

Our reading books get changed on different days depending on the year group.

Monday- everyone

Tuesday & Thursday- Year 2

Wednesday & Friday- Year 1

Our P.E days are every Tuesday and every other Wednesday. We also run on the mile track daily.

Rugby Taster Session

Last week, Liam came in to do some Rugby taster sessions with Yr R, 1 & 2. They were taught how to get the ball off other people, how to push through other players and how to dive over the line. It was great fun!

Forest School- 17.6.22

Today in Forest School, Oak and Chestnut Class did a range of different activities. First they had to draw around each other in chalk and then decorate their outline. They then had to use ‘invisible paint’ to make their chalk pictures disappear. As a final activity they had to work as a team to transport as much water from the bucket to the tray as they could. Reds transported the most! Well done Reds, good team work!

Forest School- Making dens

Oak & Chestnut Class had a wonderful afternoon in the sunshine today building dens for Lego people. They used a range of natural objects and found some really clever ways of making sticks stand up and even gave the dens fancy things like ‘hot tubs’!

Making Bridges

In DT, Chestnut Class have been making bridges. They took lots of inspiration from different bridges around the world. They learnt about different ways to join the cardboard together. They learnt about the flange join and the L brace join. They had to think carefully about how they built it to make sure that it was stable and stayed up by itself.

Jubilee Day

Oak and Chestnut Class have had a wonderful day celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee before we break up for half term. Oak Class baked scones and Chestnut Class decorated biscuits and made sandwiches and both classes got together for a tea party. This was followed by a Forest School session where they made natural crowns. We hope everybody has a brilliant half term!

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