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What a beautiful day….

Posted by on May 15, 2018

Year 1 have been on an adventure to the park this afternoon on a hunt for bluebells and all sorts of different natural objects. The children represented the school with impeccable behaviour and maturity. Everyone walked sensibly and quietly to the park, thinking about the road safety we have been discussing in different lessons.

When we arrived at the park the children took part in a scavenger hunt. Armed with a clipboard and a tick list, the children searched for a variety of different natural objects from daffodils to spider webs. Many of the children noticed the beautiful bluebells growing under the trees. We all stopped and looked closer at these plants and then had a go at drawing them thinking carefully about the shape of the petals and stems. I was so impressed with the detail in every drawing, you all worked so hard and quietly to complete this task.

Finally as we had such a fantastic walk and had completed the tasks so well we had a few minutes to go on the apparatus before we returned to school!

Well done Paddington Class, I am an extremely proud of your behaviour and attitude towards this trip.

Here are some of the children’s comments:

Jack- My favourite part of the trip was going on the slide and finding different things. 

Alexandra- Everything was so much fun!!! 

Maddie- My favourite part was seeing the beautiful flower.

Kacey- I loved drawing the bluebells.

Lucy- I loved looking at the nature to find the different things on our list.

Sofia- It was a beautiful day at the park.

Alex- I liked choosing which things we wanted to find.

Kevontae- Everything was amazing!! 


Miss Leatherland 🙂

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