Teacher: Miss Clarke
Teaching Assistants: Mrs French and Mr Sparrow
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On Friday 1st July, Oak class will be having a French day!
As part of the day the children will be playing games, singing songs and participating in a variety of activities designed to improve their French conversation skills.
Of course we can’t have French day without food – the children will have the opportunity to taste a selection of French cuisine in their very own café. Over the last few weeks the children have been working very hard to create beautiful French Menus - if you would like to pop into class and have a look at their work or fancy a little French conversation then do please feel free to come along from 2:45 onwards.
To really enter into the spirit, all children are invited to wear red, white and blue outfits, or any suitable outfit or accessories which look typically French.
We look forward to a fun and interesting day, practising some French and perhaps even enjoying temperatures which could make us believe we are in the south of France!
Merci et au revoir,
Romans at Stapleford!
Cogito ergo sum
Shakespeare Week at Stapleford!
A cobweb dancing in the wind
Acorns tumbling from the trees
Bonfires blazing on icy nights
Conkers plunging silently
Drooping flowers collapsing
Gleaming leaves of orange and red
Frozen trees shivering
Swarming, swirling clouds
Feisty squirrels gathering velvety acorns
Warm hedgehogs curling up
The stretch of a morning bird
Rustling, tustling leaves
Rough gravel crunching
A ripe apple darting
Cracked conkers collapsing
Crispy trees lying bare
Puddles freezing gracefully
Grey fog appearing
Robins fluttering through sycamores
Dark shadows stretching
Like an alligator’s tail
A splash of ice
People strolling to their warm homes
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