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Autumn Term – 2011

We have been to Tumblers and taken advantage of their tea time treat. The children loved the freedom of racing around, playing hide and seek and choosing their own tea. One of the mindees even came 2nd in the lap challenge. Well Done!

Summer Term Trip – 2011

The last week of term 9 children and 3 adults went to Gulliver’s Land – SPLASHZONE – an indoor activity play area filled with water fountains, cannons and jets – the children were so excited! Swimming costumes on, it was a fantastic way to end the school term and somewhere we will all be going to again!

May Half term – 2011

We went to Bekonscot Model Village, we arrived at opening time and spent the first hour wandering around the models, the children, aged 3, 7, 8 and 10 loved the miniture trains whizzing around the models. The youngest spent ages dashing from bridge to bridge shouting “chugger chugger woo woo!”

We stopped mid morning for a snack and drink and to top up on sun cream Рit was a glorious day. Before lunch we walked around the rest of the models, the cottage on fire was a particular hit and all the children thought the moving fairground attraction was great. We picnicked in the shade and after lunch the children let off steam in the play area, before riding the train around the village. We had a lovely day and all the children said they had really enjoyed themselves Рwe will definitely go back again another year!

Trips we have been on in the last year

Just to name a few we have been to :

Tumblers – Buckingham

Bowling – Bicester, Aylesbury and Milton Keynes (always popular with all ages of children)

Maize maze – Lacey Green

Millets Open Farm – Abingdon

Strawberry Picking

Roald Dahl Parade – Aylesbury

Lots of trips into town and the library and to the local parks

Wendover Woods – long walks, den building and picnicing

Jumping in Muddy Puddles!

 

A few of the activities we have enjoyed in the last year

Easter – making our own cards, colouring in stickers for decoration

Chinese New Year – making our own set of Chinese zodiac cards and using them to play snap and memory games

Celebrating the arrival of spring by making beautiful flowers and insects from card and tissue paper

Planting our own fruit and vegetables for the first time – we are growing (and eating) strawberries, carrots and potatoes

Making Enormous Crocodile hand puppets in recognition of National Roald Dahl Day, reading the story and then acting out the story.