Bristol Reading Project 2020
What a fantastic week we had this year for the Bristol Reading Project! We were exploring a book by Oliver Jeffers called 'Here We Are: Notes for Living on Planet Earth'. We spent the week thinking about how we can be a good citizen on Earth. We thought about being kind and looking after the animals. We also thought further afield... we became astronauts, exploring space and beyond! We had the most wonderful week, special thanks to all our parents and grandparents for the fantastic costumes on World Book Day!
What a wonderful morning, and a fabulous way to finish off our first term in Reception class! We invited our parents in to share in our learning journey for safety week. We made fire fighter engines, we made traffic light cookies, we acted out crossing the road safely. We played small world road safety. We made Avon and Somerset fire fighter helmets. We made pedestrian crossing signs. We painted awesome pictures of fire fighters with their hoses. We dressed up as police officers and fire fighters. We made funky finger police cars, weaving patterns. We thought about what we would like to be when we grow up. We made 1,2,3,4,5 little firefighters using play dough. We had an amazing morning, thank you to all who joined this morning! We would like to invite you all to our assembly tomorrow morning at 9am and after, to stay for a cup of tea and a chat with other reception parents. Have a lovely half term and thank you for all your support this term.