It was another busy day at Earls Hall today! The day saw plenty of musical action as the morning began with our Ks1 recorder club taking place before school before the children in Elm also continued to learn the same instrument in class in the afternoon. The day also saw the lovely Mrs Thompson welcome over forty children to the Y3/4 choir as they sang beautifully in the hall.
Outside in the Forest Friends area the children in Year Two developed their tool use in the woods by using loppers and secateurs to cut branches from the old Christmas trees to create boundaries and habitats for wildlife.
Meanwhile Mrs Timpson was joined by groups of children from the Foundation Stage in order to carry out key farming duties. The children visited the goats, chickens and ducks. They enjoyed grooming them, collecting eggs and making sure there was plenty of bedding and food for them to enjoy.
Inside, the children from Year Three prepared for their ‘Stone Aged Day’ tomorrow by writing postcards in the style of the Stone Age Boy whilst Mr B was thrilled to listen to readers from Squirrels. Well done children, Mr B was very proud of you!