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ROYAL WEDDING CELEBRATIONS IN CANARIES

CANARIES CELEBRATE

Canaries had some special visitors this week. They took some time out of their very busy schedule to share in our celebrations. We wish the happy couple all the best in their upcoming nuptials. We celebrated by wearing party wear and playing some tradition sports day events: egg & spoon race; sack race and a spot of croquet. To finish off we played with our parachute to make a marquee fit for a royal.

CANARIES AT KIDNEY WOOD

Visit to Kidney Wood

Year 3 visited Kidney Wood recently to give them inspiration with writing. In addition we used this opportunity make a direct contrast between an English Wood and a Tropical Rainforest, as Rainforests is our current theme. The children were greeted with a carpet of bluebells and dappled sunshine. What a lovely morning we had. We would like to say a BIG

THANK YOU to Mrs Collins & Mrs Seath, parents who helped on the day.

It's not only the weather that has been feeling tropical lately, Canaries have transformed their classroom into a rainforest to kick off the start to their topic.

TROPICAL CANARIES

 

A big thank you to all the parents that joined us for our Opening Morning on the 19th of March.
We thoroughly enjoyed you joining in and helping with our similes lesson.

'You were as kind as an angel." as one child put it! indecision

Parents Opening Morning

Canaries would like to say a big 'Thank You!' to all the grandparents that joined us on the morning of the 14th December to help us with our Christmas Crafts. It was lovely to meet you and collaborate with you on our Pine Christmas Trees and Cards.

 

 

Food Growing & Sharing Project

 The children learned about neglected land being reclaimed to make community gardens. In Luton community gardens are used to grow food by people in the community without gardens. It is a great place to make friends! Any spare food at harvest is given to local food banks.

The children had an opportunity to design a garden, make a temporary plant pot and plant a seed. You can see from the pictures how much fun they had!

Food Growing & Sharing Project

How fast can a Canary fly? Very fast when they are on scooters. Canaries have thoroughly enjoyed learning how to ride scooters this half term!

There was a spot of fun in Canaries on Children In Need day!

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