As part of their topic about minibeasts, Meldon Class visited the famous Buckfast Bees to learn a bit more about these flying insects.
Pupils in Meldon celebrated the end of their half termly topic with an ‘Ugly Bug Ball’. All of the children made ‘bug’ hats and some even dressed up for the occasion! During the afternoon, parents and carers heard some of the songs and stories that the children had learnt over the past few weeks and… Read more »
Meldon pupils have been looking after caterpillars this half term as part of their ‘Bug’ topic. Each caterpillar soon turned into a chysallis and then eventually hatched into a beautiful butterfly. The class then watched as the five butterflies were released into the wild.
To launch their animal topic, Meldon Class went to visit Dartmoor Zoo.
Pupils in Meldon have enjoyed using their new mud kitchen, in the classroom outdoor area.
Meldon pupils have enjoyed learning about Chinese culture and celebrate the Chinese New Year.
Meldon Class has taken part in lots of classroom activities linked to their dinosaurs topic. They even took part in a dinosaur themed joint session with Little Lambs, St Mary’s toddler group.
Meldon Class and Fernworthy Class both visited the Guest Hall at the Abbey for a special storytelling session with Alison and Anna from the Education Centre. The story was told from the shepherd’s point of view and then was followed by making some shepherd cards.
Pupils from Meldon and Venford Class were treated to a special trip to Pennywell Farm and got to join in their own nativity play with real animals. Most of the children dressed up in costumes and acted out the Christmas Story in a barn. Afterwards they had a drink and biscuit and also went to… Read more »
Meldon Class had a very colourful day to celebrate the end of their topic all about colour this half term. All of the children dressed up in their most brightly coloured clothes and learnt the Elmer story which they re-told for parents/ carers at the end of the day. The children also made special Elmer… Read more »