Nelson class started their half term of cooking and Forest Schools. In cooking they prepared a seasonal vegetable soup, learning how to use a range of kitchen equipment to prepare the vegetables safely. In Forest School they explored the outside space before scavenging for materials to build their own tools. Enjoy the gallery.
Friday 24th November – Cooking, Forest School, Eco Council, Working as Scientists and gardening in Year 3
A wonderful end to the week with Finchley. We started the day developing our scientific drawings, closely observing, the carefully adding colour and detail. We then divided into two groups for cooking and Forest Schools. In cooking we worked in teams to prepare a vegetable soup. At lunchtime, the Eco Council started to create the […]
Today Finchley class worked together to identify different types of fruits and vegetables. We also discovered where different fruit and vegetables grow. At the end of the session we all got to try some different fruits and vegetables.
Today in cooking Dolphin Class made scrumptious cheese scones. We all got lovely and messy which we all enjoyed. Whilst the scones were baking in the oven we worked as a team to identify different foods to go into a healthy packed lunch. Once baked a sample was taken to Ms McConnell and she was […]
In cooking today Dolphin Class made delicious Banana Muffins. Everyone had lots of fun mashing, mixing and stirring our yummy muffins. Whilst the muffins where cooking we made a game about different food groups. I hope you all enjoy your banana muffins.
Today in cooking Dolphin class made Leek and Potato Soup, the children worked hard together, chopping, peeling and stirring to make a yummy soup. Whilst the soup was cooking Dolphin class worked as a team to sort foods into different groups. At the end of the session everyone enjoyed a cup of juicy Pineapple and […]
Today Dolphin class worked together to identify different types of fruits and vegetables.
Today Turner class identified various fruits and vegetables. Out of the 20 items a few children managed to identify 19. They also looked at different fruits and vegetables to decide where they grew: in trees, on bushes, underground or above ground.