On Thursday, the Year One children hosted a Grandparents Tea Party. Oak Class had theirs in the morning and Chestnut in the afternoon. Both classes put in lots of hard work leading up to the event; they wrote invitations to let their guest know about the party, they wrote instructions on how to teach their guest how to play their games, they created art work to decorate the hall in the style of Andy Warhol and of course they made some sandwiches and biscuits to share with their guests. As part of our reading and writing week, the children completed some research about a relative and used this to write a biography which they were able to give to their Grandparent as a gift.
It was lovely to see the children so confident to talk about their learning with their families and to see them enjoying sharing games and toys. It was also a great opportunity for Grandparents to share with the children what toys and games they used to play when they were younger.
Thank you to all of the guests that were able to make it. We hope you enjoy looking at the photos to see what we got up to!