Satellite Class can’t believe we already have to leave our lovely classrooms on the Grange Infant School Site. We have had a fantastic two terms and will really miss the grounds. The fruit trees have an abundance of fruit and we have also grown plants to attract insects and birds which will be going home.
The runner beans plants we have grown are really tall. We have all taken great care to ensure they are supported by the fence and are watered regularly. It is a shame that everything is usually ready to harvest when we are still on our summer holidays!
Everyone in Satellite Class hope you all have a lovely holiday and we look forward to working hard next term!
Satellite class can’t believe they have been in their new classrooms for a term. Everyone really enjoys our outside area to play hide and seek. Some class from the main site have visited and are very impressed by our facilities.
To support our humanities topic - Physical Geography; Rivers, coasts, water cycle, natural resource and oceans we visited North Warnborough, near Odiham. We explored the area which included a walk down the canal where we saw a number of ducks swimming, paddled in the ford and the streams that flow down to meet the river, and picnicked in the castle ruins. We were very lucky with the weather, but it was a good job we all wore wellingtons, otherwise we would have got very wet feet!
We hope everyone enjoys the Easter break and look forward to the Summer Term.
After Christmas Satellite Class will be moving to their new classroom based at Farnborough Grange Nursery and Infant School. We recently visited the site to see how the contractors are progressing.
School have bought us a range of new equipment and educational toys, which we will enjoy working with in the future.