Our classroom looks very bare without all it's furniture. Next stop- New carpet!
Hughes is having a design overhaul! We have been busy painting the walls and over half term new carpets will be laid.
Watch this space for pictures!
On the 20th May all of the children in Class Hughes got to visit the local Tescos store at Martlesham. We travelled from school to be met at Tescos by Paul and Rosie, our helpers for the morning.
When we arrived in the store we were all given a special tabbard and a named hat.
Paul and Rosie and our parent helpers took all the children around the store. We got to investigate where all the fruit and vegetables came from. We tried lots of cheeses too , including Edam, goats and sheep.
We also learnt alot about the sorts of fish that is sold at Tesco. We tried some prawns, muscles and even squid!!
Our favourite tasting was the doughnuts, which we got to make all by ourselves. Paul and Rosie took us into the bakery to see the big ovens and giant mixers where all the breads and cakes are made. We all got to put jam into our own doughnuts and cover them with sugar. We were even allowed to take these home.
All of the children were very impressed with the snack we were given, lots of fruit and mini doughnuts.
We all had a great time at Tescos and now know alot more about where food is grown, how it is made and how it gets to the shop for our mums and dads to buy.
On Tuesday 20th May after our exciting morning at our 'Farm to Fork' visit at Tescos. The whole school took part in our Commonwealth Afternoon. Class Hughes represented Australia.
We had lots of fun learning the 'Lingo', discovering all about what it would be like to live in Australia and the differences & similarities between how we live and how they live.
We really enjoyed making lots of Australian art and we even got to try 'Vegemite'. Yes!, just like marmite you either love or hate it!!
Written by Mrs Campbell &