These past few weeks have seen Rowan class really start to become part of the whole school. We now go to Wake and Shake and follow the moves by watching Y6 really carefully, we now go to Collective Worship and have been listening really well, we now have both our playtimes with all the other infant children and every lunchtime we are in the hall with the rest of the school. We have settled in so quickly and so well- we are ready to be full time! Next week is our first full week of being full time, altogether.Despite the bad weather recently, we are still outside every day. Particularly popular is the mud cafe, where we serve mud cakes and biscuits to customers, writing up the menu on the mud cafe blackboard. We always remember to wear our wellies and aprons when we go in the mud cafe and we wash our hands well afterwards.Look how busy we are! As well as making mud pies we have been doing some real baking with Miss Davies. We have baked cornbread rolls, just like the Little Red Hen and we will need no help with eating them…………just like the little red hen! We have learnt how to weigh and measure the ingredients and about how bread needs yeast to rise. “Who will help me knead the dough?” asked The Little Red Hen. After all of that hard work, we have learnt some excellent tidying up skills too this week and some of us have got stickers for being helpful and working well as a team to get the room and the outside area tidy. It is hard, but if we all work together, we can make it happen!And alongside all of our learning, we are slowly getting to know each other and some of us have already made new friends.This week’s Certificate of Achievement went to OLIVIA SMITH for being an excellent listener, excellent at sharing and always willing to learn new things. What a super skill set to start school with! Well done Olivia!