Positive Relationships at MOL

Positive Relationships at MOL

Positive Relationships at MOL
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QR Codes

This week, we explored our Learning Records and listened to our stories by scanning our QR codes. It was so exciting. We listened to each other’s stories and want to have more in our learning records so we can share our learning.

These will be in our book bags this week, we can’t wait to share these at home!

Roll Up Roll Up, it’s showtime!

Our Gruffalo Performance

This week and last week we’ve really become interested in retelling and performing. Last week, a group of children designed a show, posters for the show and created a ticket office for their performance of the Gruffalo. All the learners wanted to watch or take part. We had a camera crew at the front and front of house crew giving out sweets and cakes for the interval. Then they performed the story. The performance was amazing, and all the learners listened well and gave great praise when it was over.

Our Gruffalo Performance
We’ve written a new version of the Gruffalo.

This week, we had groups wanting to make their own and record it on the chrome book. This one had a panda who lives in a bamboo house and a frog living on a lily pad house.

Mrs Macaulay has loved seeing all this child led play! P1B you are amazing.

P1 Love PE

Every Thursday P1 get together for PE. Recently we have been looking at different ways to balance and building different sporting skills.

Here are a few photos of our obstacle course last week and our different skills based activities this week.

Obstacle Course
Skills, balancing, hula hoops, skipping.

Our Busy First Week

We explore the book Extra Yarn which encouraged us to make Pom poms and thread different shapes. We also found some mirrors and explore symmetry.
Some of us found some new cardboard and made our own structures. This castle was particularly impressive. Lots of team work displayed and creativeness.
We also all did PE together and explored how we can work together. We loved the parachute games.

M is for McDonalds

This week our learners wanted to make a McDonalds all fitted with a drive through, fryers, opening times, signage, staff and all the food you could eat. It was a fantastic learning opportunity for money, food preparation and roles within a workplace and it was all child led. Well done everyone!

This was Mrs Macaulay’s favourite part. Sectioning off food into baskets to be bagged in brown bags all with (small wooden stick) fries 🍟
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