Ms Huntington: January 2016
We had our first visitor to Base 1 on Wednesday, Taylor's dad bought his car and his tools to school! We had a great time mending his car and trying out all his tools. Thank you Mr White, it was fantastic.
On Thursday we went for a 'People who help us' walk. We started at the shop where Mrs Palmer made us very welcome, we bought a penny stamp, and a chocolate bear and a Postman Pat badge! We had a go at using the 'real' till.
We then headed for the church where Reverend Alison and her friend helped us to learn about all the different things in a church. We climbed the steps up to the Pulpit and we were very high up!
It was time for a rest and a snack so we made our way to the pub! Mr & Mrs Kelly served us with drinks and a biscuit before we made our way to the doctors surgery.
The doctor gave up her time to help us to learn about her job and all the different things that she uses to make people better.
At last it was time for the park and we had a great time running around and playing on all the equipment. It was so good to see the children pushing each other on the swings. We were so hungry, luckily we got back to school just in time for lunch!
A big thank you to Mr Forshaw for organising our walk, it was most enjoyable!
What a fabulous morning. After lunch we made a giant map of Wrenbury, that was great fun!
Next week we will be writing thank you letters to all those people who helped us to learn about their jobs!
Look out on Monday! We have a 'real' Policeman visiting us in Base 1
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