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Dinosaurs, frogspawn and Ladybirds

Old Buckenham, Norfolk. Old Buckenham Primary School - Class of the Week - Ladybirds Class adults from left Mr sHayley Womack, Miss Amanda Cockburn and Ms Debbie Beales ANL-140325-155811001

Old Buckenham, Norfolk. Old Buckenham Primary School - Class of the Week - Ladybirds Class adults from left Mr sHayley Womack, Miss Amanda Cockburn and Ms Debbie Beales ANL-140325-155811001

The Ladybirds Class at Old Buckenham Primary School have been walking on the wild side recently.

The class, looked after by teacher Amanda Cockburn, and teaching assistants Hayley Womack and Debbie Beales, have been going back millions of years to learn about dinosaurs during the last half-term.

The classroom has featured a role play area and a dinosaur museum, while their maths has seen them weighing and measuring dinosaurs.

They have also been looking out for the signs of spring. The Ladybirds have been planting seeds, collecting frogspawn, and been on walks.

The class is now preparing for Easter celebrations. There will be a Easter bonnet parade for the parents, a Rhyme Time challenge, while an Easter Egg hunt will take place on Friday.

Pictured is the Ladybirds class at Old Buckenham Primary School, with (from left) Hayley Womack, Amanda Cockburn and Debbie Beales. Would you like a class at your school to be featured as our Class of the Week? Email editorial@dissexpress.co.uk, or call 01379 658015.

 

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