Sutton Oak C.E Primary School Blog

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The very hungry caterpillar

The very hungry caterpillar
Just in case you were in any doubt about what might happen to our caterpillars, take a look at Seb's fantastic version of the hungry caterpillar, that he made himself. He even included the blurb on the back! What a superstar! 
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Cool collaboration

Cool collaboration
The children in Reception have been showing off their collaboration skills this week as they have worked together across the environment. The boys persevered to make their own 100 square using the number tiles. They negotiated roles, taking responsibility for finding, fetching, ordering, and organising the tiles. Some of the children found two minds are better than one as they created some intricate structures. Bobby and Riley tried and tested a number of designs for their 'car transporter lorry' finding that they needed to use 'cuboids' on the bottom because the 'cylinders' kept rolling away! Future architects in the making! 
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Caterpillar Update!

Caterpillar Update!
Check out our class caterpillars! They are almost fully grown! Leo can't believe how big they've become, "they are 'enormous'!" he exclaimed! We are keeping our eyes peeled for them to begin their chrysalises! 
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Family Learning Winner

Family Learning Winner
Congratulations to one of our parents Mark Holland, who was awarded Family Learner of the Year at the Adult Learning Awards in the Town Hall last night. Mark was awarded the honour for his contribution to his sons learning over the course of the Family Learning Sessions this year, as well as supporting other children in the sessions. We are thrilled with the books our Reception children are making thanks to Mark's teaching. Congratulations! 
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Caterpillars

Caterpillars
The children in Reception were delighted to receive a special parcel last week! It was marked 'urgent', and we were advised to 'handle with care'! When we opened it up we were so excited to find five baby caterpillars. We have been looking after them and watching them grow. Keep checking in with us to find out what happens next. 
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