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In English we have been learning the story of Cinderella. We created this story map with actions to learn the whole story off my heart. We then made a small world to help us retell our story.

 

Snowdrops assembly – The Fairy-tale Courtroom.

The Three Little Pigs vs Big Bad Wolf. Fulham Primary voted that Mr Wolf was guilty of blowing two houses down and trying to eat the three little pigs.

 

 

This term we have been learning about different kinds of celebrations. In this lesson we learned about Diwali, ‘The Festival of Lights’.
We made our lanterns to symbolise the triumph of light over darkness.

Snowdrops’ science topic this term has been Seasonal Changes. We have been investigating the signs of Autumn. We went on an Autumn walk and discovered many different coloured leaves and talked about how the trees lose their leaves in Autumn. We have been looking at the weather. We made a rain gauge to measure rainfall, a weather vane to find the wind direct and used a thermometer to measure the temperature.

 

Here are some photo’s from Snowdrops and Buttercups excursion to the Urban Studies Project room. Snowdrops and Buttercups went with Moya from Urban Studies Project to look at models of the new development and construction happening in Earls Court. They saw comparisons of buildings over the last century and what will be planned for the future for Earls  Court and London.
This trip involved walking around the local area looking at what materials buildings and structures were made out of.

 

Year 1 Black History Month Nigerian Song
Year 1  have learnt about Nigerian culture during Black History month. The girls made Nigerian jewellery and the boys made traditional ceremonial head wear. We made Okra and Ogbono soup and learnt song called E Sare Wa (Come Quickly and See).

 Lyrics:
E sare wa (Come quickly and see)
E sare wa (come quickly and see)
E wa wo o (come and see)
E wa wi eniyan (come and see people)
Ti won jo o (They are dancing)