Ospreys have made and decorated letters to make a special banner for Mrs Merriman. The banner will let everybody know when Mrs Merriman’s door is open or when Mrs Merriman is in a meeting. The children used many different techniques to make such a fantastic banner. Ospreys presented the banner to Mrs Merriman on Thursday.
Christmas is coming,the goose is getting fat,please put a penny in Ospreys hat.
Ospreys have started making some fantastic,colourful wreaths for Christmas. Look out for all the colourful creations outside Ospreys classroom as you walk through school. These brilliant Christmas wreaths are what Ospreys are making for the Christmas fair.
Julie Fowler came into Ospreys on Thursday 20th October to do some clay work. Ospreys made some fantastic masks, they took ideas from pictures they had been shown on the computer by Mrs Nicholls.Ospereys were very happy with their finished masks and are looking forward to painting them in the coming weeks. Ospreys would like to say a big thank you to Julie for coming to work with them and to all the parents that helped.
Ospreys have been making their very own Rainsticks. They have painted kitchen rolls with colourful paint,then they have cut circles out of colourful paper to make the ends of the Rainsticks. The Ospreys scrunched up a line of tinfoil which was going inside their sticks before choosing to put lentils,pasta or rice in the Rainsticks. The Ospreys are having lots of fun making the Rainsticks.
On a sunny autumn afternoon, Ospreys went out onto the playground to paint their leaves using watercolours. The children looked at the colours of their leaves which had been kept back from last week. Ospreys have sketched their leaves as well as painting them and are enjoying looking at the different colours and shapes of leaves.