This half term we are going to be learning all about the Arctic and Antarctica. We will be learning about the animals that live there, the types of houses built there, the weather and lots more.
Below you will find our theme web for this half term which will tell you in more detail what we will be learning in the different areas of the new national curriculum.
In our new outdoor area we have an exciting animal Arctic tray set up with real icebergs!
Stanley is a brown bear cub. He has come from Alaska which is in North America. He is preparing for a very special time of year for him at the moment. During November he prepares to hibernate. Hibernation is where some animals go to sleep during the cold months of Winter and wake up in Spring.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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