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Term 4

What a super start to the term! We have had so many furry, spiky and slimy visitors to our class. The Hedgehogs have loved meeting all the different pets that people have kindly brought in. We worked as a team to build a ferret enclosure for Chuckles (Mrs Rickard's pet), which he loved. The children all impressed us with how gentle and caring they were towards all the animals. We have even been lucky enough to pop to the neighbouring farm to meet the lambs and calves. 

Now the attention has moved on from animals to ‘Police and Detective Work’! The children have been building police stations in our deconstructed role play, so our learning has gone in this direction.  The children were met with a crime scene this week; someone had stolen our music player and not only that, it looked as if they’d been disturbed while making a cake in our classroom! The Hedgehogs set to work interviewing people and looking for clues! The case is still to be solved…

We had a visit from the police! The Hedgehogs had a great afternoon exploring their van, looking at the equipment and having a go at using the sirens!

The Hedgehogs noticed a roof tile that was slightly open in the corridor near the Hedgehogs’ classroom, they were convinced there was a monster up there! They found a letter from Mop, who turned out to be a friendly, but lonely, roof monster who was looking for some friends. The Hedgehogs were quick to write him some letters, make him some presents, and were excited to get some replies!

Mop clearly wanted to be part of Hedgehogs class and moved into the classroom…

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In Hedgehogs class we are having a plastic revolution! The Hedgehogs learned about what is happening to our seas and the animals that live in our oceans. They made posters and are keen to save our seas! We will continue this interest next term.


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Coverage Term 4