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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Learning and caring together, building a firm foundation for the future

Olga da Polga

Welcome to term 2 in year one. We have been super busy introducing our new book and topic whilst reviewing our maths learning from last term. 

We would really like to share with you our journey of introducing our new book Olga da Polga

On Tuesday, we were given clues of what animal our main character would be. We looked at a bowl, hay, wood shavings, vegetables, animal food, a water feeder and poo. We guessed it could be a rabbit, a rat, a guinea pig and a horse. Ask us what we thought it would be?
                                                 

On Thursday, we were lucky enough to meet the animal that will be our main character. It was...a guinea pig! We watched as he ran around our class. We were allowed to stroke him which helped us describe him for our lesson on Friday. Why not ask us what the guinea pig was like?

  • Adam Mcintyre-lewis 2 weeks ago
    Sounds like you had a great first week back :)

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