Hatchmere's Class Blog 1.3.24

Date: 1st Mar 2024 @ 8:37am

Hello Hatchmerians, don’t the lighter mornings and evenings feel good!? 

Hatchmere’s Springwatch has officially began. We have discovered early Spring flowers on the school grounds; daffodils, crocuses, snowdrops and the beginnings of tulips. The children have found that the trees around their school are starting to bud and were looking forward to watching the season’s leaves unfold. The children are also starting to notice slight changes in the weather; it is cool in the mornings but warms up by the afternoon and there is more daylight. We will continue to monitor our spring signs and see how they develop. 

The class have been buzzing with excitement at the introduction of Drawing Club. We have read the book Penguin by Polly Dunbar and learnt lots of new scrumptious vocabulary. The children were then challenged to create an animal/monster/ghost/witch that maybe would eat Penguin. Hatchmere turned on their ‘Imagination Stations’ and produced some wonderful ideas and descriptions. I can’t wait to see what imaginings they will come up with next week. 

Unfortunately the school nurses were unable to visit us on Thursday, however they have kindly re-scheduled for next Tuesday afternoon.

Hatchmere have a very busy few weeks planned until the end of term with a pond dipping visit, library visit and Easter Service to prepare for. More details of these events will be with you shortly. 

Enjoy your weekends. 

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