Ruthy from the London Fire Brigade spoke to us about what to do if there is a fire.
We also learned about the importance of having a smoke alarm in the home and testing it regularly.
We learned some rhymes and actions to help us remember what to do, such as ‘Dial 999 and you’ll be fine!’
We had lots of fun with Ruthy, but more importantly we learned how to keep ourselves safe in an emergency.
We had a great time learning a dance to music from The Lion King with Don Rae.
This was to celebrate Black History Month with Don Rae.
We spent time rehearsing and perfecting our moves before performing to the rest of the school and our parents.
We visited the LookOut at Hyde Park to support our learning in Science.
Our session was called Mission: Invertebrate and we learned about minibeasts, their habitats and food chains.
We went pond dipping and discovered creatures such as damselfly larvae, mayfly larvae and even a leech!
We had so much fun!
We also explored the woodland area to see what creatures we could find lurking under logs and stones.
We found slugs, lots of woodlice and also some slug eggs!
We enjoyed helping to plant and water with the people from the Trees for Cities project.
We learned about the plants that we now have in our playground.