Saplings – FSR

Hello everyone and welcome to Saplings page.  We will celebrate our learning here, showing and telling you what we have been doing.

Date: week starting the 27th March

We have been . . .

As you will already know by now, this week has been an extra special one with the delivery of our incubator from the Happy Chick Company. 11 fertalized eggs were delivered and placed into their incubator and by Friday morning, 11 little chicks had hatched! The children have really enjoyed watching the chicks hatch, dry themselves off and become fluffy little cheeping chicks!

I visited the chicks this weekend (they have been staying with Mrs Simons as she is a chicken expert with her own chickens at home) and they have already grown so much! They will return to school on Monday and remain with us until Friday. The children will be able to handle the chicks in small groups this week.

 

 

 

 

 

Aside from the excitement of the chicks, we have also been watching our tadpoles grow even more. We also looked at the Life Cycle of a Frog and many of the children are experts at explaining this process.

This week saw the launch of ‘Reach for the Stars’. This is a fun reward system for children to promote the various learning experiences the children can engage with during COOL time. It is also an opportunity for the children to show us their own independent learning and receive a special coloured star as a reward. This runs over 2 weeks and children that receive both 5 stars and then 10 stars at the end of this time receive a special prize! The children have been so excited to show us their independent learning (writing various stories for us and number sentences) and also try different activities that every child has managed to receive at least one star this week!

Reminders:

  • Farm Trip – S3 and half of S1 will visit on Monday and S2 and the other half of S1 will visit on Tuesday. This is a half day trip and children will be back in school for lunch. Children are required to wear school uniform but need to bring wellies (unless they have some in school).
  • Parents’ Evening Monday 3rd April from 3:10pm. Please arrive promptly for your appointment to ensure they run on time. Unless your teacher has booked extra time for you, appointments are 10 minutes long. Your child’s learning journey will be available to look at before your appointment. The book fair will be in school during this time so please visit before/after your appointment.

Newsflash!!!!!!!

Some children may have come home this week talking about eggs and chicks. A few parents asked this morning if we did indeed have eggs in school and the answer was of course…..YES!

On Tuesday we had an incubator delivered with 11 chicken eggs. We are pleased to announce that as of 6:30pm (Thursday) 6 beautiful little chicks have hatched! Hatching began at around 7:30am and our first baby named ‘Claude’ was born around 8:45am. 3 chicks followed after lunchtime which was witnessed by many of the children. The gasps of ‘ooooooh, look the baby is coming out of the egg’ and ‘oh it’s trying to hatch’ was simply magical!

Here are some photos of our amazing experience today…more to follow during the following days.

Claude has made it out!

It’s hard work breaking those shells!

Claude begins to hatch…

Claude. FSR’s first baby!

           


Date: week starting the 20th March

We have been . . .

We started this week with a delivery of frogspawn in a tank! This week we have been watching the tadpoles hatch and were quite surprised how much they have grown in a week. The children have used this opportunity to get writing again and have written rules for the tadpoles such as, ‘don’t bang on the tank’ and ‘don’t put your fingers in the water.’ We are looking forward to seeing what happens next with them.

On Tuesday this week, some of the children put their science ‘hats’ on and watched a chemical reaction when we exploded our volcano!! This is a really easy experiment to do at home and all you need to do is the following: in a plastic bottle add a few squirts of washing up liquid; then add 2 tbsps of bicarbonate of soda; add some red food colouring (to look like lava); when you have made the bottle look a little more volcano-like (pop a cone of brown paper around it), start adding some white vinegar and watch the volcano explode. Here is a link to watch a child-friendly guide to making your volcano: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uw8bkc-nR9U

You may have been lucky enough to taste some of your child’s biscuits that they brought home this week! A perfect opportunity to cover several areas of learning including Maths: measuring, Physical Development: mixing and molding the dough into biscuit shapes and Communication and Language: talking about what we did. The children were fantastic biscuit makers and really enjoyed making them! Here is the recipe if you would like to make them again at home…

100g butter,

50g sugar,

175g plain flour,

2 drops of vanilla essence,

few drops of water

chocolate chips (optional)

Mix together and make into biscuit shapes. Bake for approx 20 mins at 150 degrees.

 

               

Home challenges this week . . .

Please continue to read with your children at home; just reading one book every day with your child can make a huge difference to their learning and development. Encourage your child to try and read some words that they recognise or that they are able to sound out first. It doesn’t have to be a school reading book either; their favourite magazine, the football news in the paper…

At school we are on a ‘tricky word mission’ and are keen to learn as many words as we can! Encourage your child to make some flash cards at home for them to practice with (or use the pack your child came home with before half term). Our words for the next week are: I  no  go  to  the  me  he  she  we  be  my

Reminders . . .

Don’t forget to book your Parents’ Evening slot with your class teacher. This is being held on Monday 3rd April.

If you haven’t yet paid, our farm trip donation was due Friday 24th March. If you haven’t yet paid, please bring your £3.10 on Monday to ensure that our trip can still go ahead. If you are able to help on either morning, please speak with the class teacher.

Mrs Gavaghan will pop a list up by the end of the week to inform parents of when their child will be going to the farm (as this class will be split over the 2 sessions).

Calling all parents/carers:

We are always on the look out for things to enhance our learning environment and would be very grateful for any DONATIONS of the following:

  • old kitchen equipment, that you don’t use anymore, for our mud kitchen.
  • large pieces of material
  • chalk board paint
  • beanbags (please could we ask that these are from a smoke/pet free home due to allergies and carry the appropriate fire safety regs)
  • large pots for planting
  • wellies and waterproofs
  • IKEA kallax units

We recommend checking your little Sapling always has a spare pair of wellies at school, for when we go in the mud kitchen and exploring the forest.


Date: week starting the 27th February

We have been . . .

We came to school Monday to find a messy classroom and the egg missing! The tables and chairs had been knocked over, straw scattered all over the floor and the egg nowhere to be seen. This led the children to investigate the situation but the clues did not lead us to the egg or to whom had left the mess in our classroom. Luckily, our caretaker noticed some suspicious CCTV footage over the weekend and sent the video over to the teachers. We soon discovered that the culprit behind the messy classroom was in fact… A DINOSAUR!!

The children decided that we needed to find the dinosaur and also inform the other pupils in the school. After all, it is not everyday you encounter a dinosaur! We decided that it would be a good idea to make some posters to put up around the school so everyone could be aware that a dinosaur was roaming the grounds. This led to some beautiful descriptive language being used by the children and some detailed illustrations.

Calling all parents/carers:

We are always on the look out for things to enhance our learning environment and would be very grateful for any DONATIONS of the following:

  • old kitchen equipment, that you don’t use anymore, for our mud kitchen.
  • large pieces of material
  • chalk board paint
  • beanbags (please could we ask that these are from a smoke/pet free home due to allergies and carry the appropriate fire safety regs)
  • large pots for planting
  • wellies and waterproofs
  • IKEA kallax units

We recommend checking your little Sapling always has a spare pair of wellies at school, for when we go in the mud kitchen and exploring the forest.

Pictures of us learning……..

 

 


Date: week starting the 20th February

We have been . . .

Welcome back! We hope you’ve had a restful and fun filled half term break. The time in reception has gone so fast and your children have already completed half of their year with us! You will have noticed your children came home with a selection of red (tricky) words in half term. Many of the children requested some ‘holiday homework’ and we thought these words would help with their learning when they returned to school. We have already noticed many of the children are remembering these words so well done to those that have been practicing. The red words are words that cannot be decoded and just need to be memorised. The children really enjoy practicing these words so keep up the good work. We will be sending more red words home as the term continues.

This week we returned to school to find a mysterious egg! The children have been very busy discussing where the egg has come from, what could be inside the egg and when it may hatch…We will update you when we know more. This has really helped enhance their imaginations and has helped to produce some lovely writing.

In Maths we have been adding one more to numbers to 20 and also adding two single digit numbers together. Of course in FSR we have to get the paint out as much as possible and the children have enjoyed making fingerprints; adding them together and making number sentences.

World Book Day – Thursday 2nd March

Children are welcome to come to school dressed up as a character from their favourite book! Popular choices are usually characters from the books by Julia Donaldson (Room on the Broom, Gruffalo, Monkey Puzzle) or traditional tales (Goldilocks, Red Riding Hood, Three Little Pigs). Costumes don’t need to be shop bought and you can find some great home made ideas online. Pinterest is a great place to look! Further information to follow on Monday.

Calling all parents/carers:

We are always on the look out for things to enhance our learning environment and would be very grateful for any DONATIONS of the following:

  • old kitchen equipment, that you don’t use anymore, for our mud kitchen.
  • large pieces of material
  • chalk board paint
  • beanbags (please could we ask that these are from a smoke/pet free home due to allergies and carry the appropriate fire safety regs)
  • large pots for planting
  • wellies and waterproofs
  • IKEA kallax units

We recommend checking your little Sapling always has a spare pair of wellies at school, for when we go in the mud kitchen and exploring the forest.

Pictures of us learning……..


Date: week starting the 30th January

We have been . . .

This week we had a visit from creatures great and small! Our reptile man came all the way from Birmingham and brought a selection of mini beasts and reptiles for us to see and touch! Many of us were so brave; even the grown-ups! This visit inspired lots of wonderful non-fiction writing from the children who wrote some wonderful information pages about their chosen animal. We also produced some collaborative artwork using fine watercolour painting and collage.

Some of the children asked why chocolate pizza was never on the dinner menu. The grown-ups suggested they could perhaps write to the kitchen and ask. In response, we were surprised on Friday with…chocolate pizzas! A massive thank you to Donna and her team for supporting our children with their learning; writing for a purpose.

Calling all parents/carers: We would be very grateful for any DONATIONS of old kitchen equipment, that you don’t use anymore, for our mud kitchen. We also recommend checking your little Sapling always has a spare pair of wellies at school, for when we go in the mud kitchen and exploring the forest.

Pictures of us learning……..

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Date: week starting the 16th January

We have been . . .

This week we have been exploring our new ‘Mud Kitchen’ in our outdoor learning area. We have thoroughly enjoyed getting muddy while creating weird and wonderful concoctions! After reading the fabulous ‘Room on a Broom’, by Julia Donaldson, in our Literacy lessons, we’ve been getting very excited about creating witch and wizard potions! We’re also improving our understanding of rhyme.
In maths we’ve been comparing shapes, sorting them according to their properties.

Home challenges this week . . .

How many things in your home rhyme with ‘cat’?

Calling all parents/carers: We would be very grateful for any DONATIONS of old kitchen equipment, that you don’t use anymore, for our mud kitchen. We also recommend checking your little Sapling always has a spare pair of wellies at school, for when we go in the mud kitchen and exploring the forest.

Pictures of us learning……..

 

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Date: week starting the 9th January 2017

We have been…

This week we have been learning how to measure length. We’ve been comparing various objects on how LONG or SHORT they are. We have even compared our heights by measuring our body lengths with (clean of course) socks!
In Reception, we’ve also been turning ‘all magical’, reading wizard poetry. We’ve been getting creative making magic capes and wands!

Home challenges this week . . .

Get measuring! Whether it’s in the kitchen or around the house! How many footsteps do you do to cross the length of your bedroom? Who’s the tallest and shortest people in your family? What measuring equipment (scales, measuring jug, measuring tape etc…) can you find in your home?

Pictures of us learning…

 

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Date: week starting 14th November

We have been . . .

This week we were visited by a lady from Morrisons supermarket who brought a variety of tropical fruits from around the world for us to chop up an try. It was lots of fun and everybody tried something new!!!

We learnt the story of Handa’s Surprise which is about an African girl who takes some fruit to a friend but something unexpected happens on her journey.  We loved the story, did our own writing about it and made fruit kebabs to help us understand repeated patterns.


Home challenges this week . . .

Spot a variety of fruits at the supermarket – how many can you name?  Can you spell any of the names?


Pictures of us learning……..


Date: week starting 7th November


We have been . . .

Many of us have shown a keen interest in life under the sea since we started at Hill View so this week our teachers took us to the Sealife Centre in Birmingham. It was very brave of them as we are so young but we were incredibly well behaved and had a fabulous time.  We saw LOADS including – sharks, a giant turtle, jelly fish, went through the clown fish tunnel, penguins and loads, loads more .  We all did some writing about our trip when we got back to school and impressed the teachers with how well we used our sounds!  We will be using our watercolours to make patterns on some fish for display over the next week or two.


Home challenges this week . . .

1 more and 1 less – counting anything…..sweets, peas on our fork, cheerios on our spoon, oranges in the fruit bowl, shoes by the door….and asking how many there would be if there was 1 more or 1 less.

Writing a postcard about the trip to the sea life centre, decorating the front with a picture of your favourite sea creature.

How quickly can you put your shoes, coat and hat on and can you do it up yourself?  Can you do it faster next time?


Pictures of us learning……..


Information…..

Next open session for parents to visit the children in classes and share their learning is on Wednesday 30th November.  Please arrive for 2.15pm.

Please aim to arrive at school for 8.45am each day.  Although the school day does not officially start until 8.55am, those 10 minutes are extremely valuable to the children having a settled start to each day.


Date: week starting 26th September


We have been . . .

We started our phonics lessons this week and it was extremely impressive how many children already had a fabulous grasp of their sounds.  Some children have even started learning some “diagraphs” (sounds made by two letters together).  The children have had a great time being teachers in the role play area and letting us know what their interests are so we can plan their learning around what they like.  A lot of children are showing a great interest in fish and the sea so we are planning a topic called “Under the Sea” and we are even investigating a trip to the sealife centre in Birmingham – watch this space!

The forest visits are still everyone’s favourite, including the teachers!!  We have also started our PE lessons with Mr Davies and Mr Rose.  We have enjoyed running around the hall following their instructions – we LOVED the lesson this week, driving our cars and learning about traffic lights – the parachute is also  brilliant fun! We will start changing into our PE kits in a week or so and it would be fabulous if we could have a few tries at home so we are used to it!


Home challenges this week . . .

Counting things in your house –  How many stairs and steps are there?  How many windows do you have? How many pairs of shoes do you have?  How many pieces of fruit are there in your house?

What can you find that begins with the letters you have been learning at schoo?l  So far everyone has learnt m, a, s, d, t, f, l, n, p, g, o, c and k.

Can you change into your PE kit in under 3 minutes?  Can you fold your clothes up and leave them in a pile?

 


Pictures of us learning……..


Information…..

Parents evenings will be held on Wednesday 12th and Thursday 13th October.  Please look out for the letter and return the slip as soon as possible to guarantee your chosen time slot.


Date: week starting 12th September


We have been . . .

…..settling into our new school and having a lovely time!  Our teachers are learning about us and we are learning about each other.  We have painted our own portraits and begun to learn our new routines.  We have enjoyed eating lunch in the school hall alongside all the older children.


Home challenges this week . . .

What can you find in your house that is a circle or a sphere (ball) shape?  What can you find that is a triangle or a pyramid shape? What can you find that is a square or cube shape? What can you find that is a rectangle or cuboid shape?

Please take a picture of you reading your favourite book in your favourite place and send it into school next week.  If you would prefer to email it you can send it to the office but please put the class name in the subject line. office.2056@hill-view.oxon.sch.uk



Information…..

We will be holding our first drop in session in FSR on Wednesday 5th October 2016.  This is an opportunity for parents to drop into school from 2.15pm, have a look at the environment, look at your child’s learning and do an activity with them.  During this session visit parents will get the opportunity to sit with their child during storytime.  Parents will be asked to leave the classrooms at 2.45/50pm to wait outside so the children can do their usual home-time routines.

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Blac Chyna tries out blue hair after revealing romance with Rob Kardashian

It's a look popularised by the young reality star Kylie Jenner. And Blac Chyna proved she could pull off blue hair just as well as her teen rival, with a flirty Instagram video of herself sporting a long ice blue wig for a photo shoot. The 27-year-old was so pleased with the final product, she immediately started raving about her long and glossy waves. Scroll down for video Borrow that wig off Kylie? Blac Chyna raved about her long glossy ice blue hair in a flirty clip she shared on Instagram on Monday Look familiar? Kylie Jenner previously showed off her ice blue hair on Instagram 'I love my hair so much right now,' she gushed as he attentive hairdresser Kellon Deryck expertly polished and combed through her hair. 'Thank you so much,' she added as her stylist kissed towards the camera. 'The best of the best,' she said before adding a 'whoop whoop.' Blac was unable to stop smiling, and appeared to be gazing at her reflection in her phone as she gave the device a coquettish expression. See more on Kylie Jenner as Tyga's ex reveals her romance with Rob Kardashian pre bonded hair 'I love my hair so much right now': Blac's compliment was no doubt music to her hairdresser Kellon Deryck's ears Preened to perfection: Chyna indeed looked incredible with her shimmering eye shadow and long full lashes The model indeed looked incredible, aside from her long loose tresses that were being styled by a hairdresser. She had an application of shimmering eye shadow to her lid, and long full eyelashes for a finishing touch. 'Styled by @kellonderyck...Hair by @kendrasboutique,' she captioned the image. The plot thickens: The glam clip comes as she has become romantically intertwined with Keeping Up With The Kardashians star Rob Kardashian Model behavior: Tyga's ex showed off her pert derriere in some fishnets and rolled back jeans, also flashing some skin in an off-the shoulder top with cut-outs in a series of shots from a photo shoot shared to her Instagram account on Monday The glam clip comes as Chyna has become romantically intertwined with Keeping Up With The Kardashians star Rob Kardashian. Blac was previously engaged to Tyga - Kylie Jenner's on again, off again boyfriend. Blac is the mother of Tyga's son King Cairo. On Monday, she posted a picture of herself with a tattooed man's arms around her. The distinctive ink matches up with Rob's sleeve. New romance? Tyga's ex Blac Chyna posted this picture on Monday that showed her in a romantic clinch with Robert Kardashian

Snap: The distinctive ink matches up with Rob's sleeve tattoo She captioned it: 'The beginning.' Blac, 27, can be seen smiling as she looks down in the black and white photo, which shows her entwined in an embrace with someone off camera. Poll Are Robert Kardashian and Blac Chyna a good match? Yes, Rob needs love! 14858 votes No, it's too complicated 17052 votes The shot focuses on the mystery man's arm, which has a sleeve of tattoos including a rose, a heart with thorns wrapped around it, and an angel. A snap from Rob's Instagram reveals the former Keeping Up with the Kardashian star's sleeve matches up with the one in the picture.remy hair extensions Back in September the reclusive star, 28, had sparked dating rumors with Chris Brown's ex Karrueche Tran as he shared a snap of her on his Instagram account. He wrote alongside the close-up photo of the model - which immediately sparked thousands of 'likes' from his Instagram followers: 'I like when she send me pictures.' Previously he had famously dated The Real co-host Adrienne Bailon from 2007 to 2009, before a messy breakup which would later prompt Twitter feuds between the star and Rob's sisters. Kardashian, who's shed 15 pounds as a result of his new workout regime and diet, is believed to be planning a comeback on his family's reality show, Keeping Up With The Kardashians. After the photo emerged, E! News confirmed that the pair were in fact dating, though noted things are complicated. A source has told the publication that there is 'concern' about the pairing, with the insider feeling that Blac is 'preying' on Rob 'during a weak time.' It is also a concern that Blac is only using Rob to get back at Kylie Jenner, since the two have been feuding since the E! star got together with her ex - and father of her son - Tyga. The source explained how Blac and Rob got together, despite the latter becoming reclusive over the past year. Making changes: Rob (pictured with mother Kris Jenner in 2013) has recently shed 15 pounds as a result of his new workout regime and diet and is believed to be planning a comeback on his family's reality show, Keeping Up With The Kardashians

'She and Rob have known each other for a while and she had been staying in touch,' the insider shared with E! News. In October Blac was rumored to be dating Ciara's ex Future, even showing off a tattoo she had gotten of his name on Instagram - though the rapper denied the relationship. He took to Twitter, posting: 'Single & focusing on what makes me happy,' then - as if to further deny any connection to Chyna - followed it up with: 'U kno I dnt f**k wit no rumors...' And prior to that the entrepreneur was linked to pro boxer J'Leon Love, with whom she reportedly split in September, as reported by TMZ.perruques cheveux naturels Small world: Blac Chyna was previously engaged to Tyga - currently dating Rob's little sister Kylie Jenner (pictured in 2014) A part of the group: Before Kylie and Tyga got together, Blac Chyna was very close with Kim Kardashian, and even starred in the family's E! reality series (pictured filming with Kim, Kourtney, and Scott Disick in 2013) Blac most famously dated Tyga - currently dating Rob's younger sister Kylie - from November 2011 to late 2014, and the two were engaged for less than two years. The exes share three-year-old son King Cairo Stevenson. Though they officially went public after Kylie's 18th birthday this past August, Kylie and Tyga certainly had not been shy about being in public together, fueling dating rumors since October 2014. This has caused a lot of tension between Blac, Tyga - real name Micheal Ray Stevenson - and Kylie, extending even to her older sisters. Kylie and Blac Chyna - real name Angela Renée White - had been involved in a feud for months, with the pair regularly lashing out at each other on social media. The way they were: The model was best friends with Kylie's sister Kim before the 18-year-old began dating her ex Tyga (pictured in 2014 with ex Tyga, Kim and husband Kanye West) Moving on: Not long after their split in 2014 Tyga was spotted out with Kylie, prompting dating rumors - they have since gone public following the star's 18th birthday in August (seen here at Olivier Rousteing's birthday in October) The Lashed founder came under fire in April as she shared a series of texts that allegedly showed her ex Tyga was trying to reconcile their relationship. Then Kylie reportedly jumped to Twitter to diss the star - and her claims - writing: 'I wish a certain someone would hop off already. It's really stupid to stoop down to a childish level over male attention, get over it please.' However, the Lip Kit by Kylie founder made sure fans knew she was staying out of it, as she later clarified the issue to her followers. Kylie posted: 'I didn't know u could change the font size on tweets now #fake (sic),' as it was proved that her snarky post was actually a fake. Shade: Tyga's former love Blac took aim at the youngest sibling of Kim Kardashian by mocking Kylie's signature full pout with an Instagram photo of herself wearing huge fake wax lips And it continues: Then in August the mother-of-one took to Instagram to share a series of snaps, showcasing her hot bod in a bright pink bikini, seemingly hitting at her ex as she captioned one sultry image: 'I know u Miss me'

It's been the week from hell for Taylor Swift after Kim Kardashian leaked a video online of the singer giving consent to husband Kanye West to use her name in his latest Famous single. And as she continues to hid out in her Queensland, Gold Coast hotel, boyfriend Tom Hiddleston has continued to venture out and mingle with members of the public. Earlier this week, the 35-year-old posed for photos with young fans as he ventured out to buy dinner. Scroll down for video Fan favourite: Tom Hiddleston posed for photos with young fans on the Queensland Gold Coast earlier this week In a photo, shared by Crystal Towler on Instagram, the Thor star beamed with joy as he wrapped his arms around two children for the snap. He seemed more than happy to stop for the picture, leaving the mother of the two children gushing with excitement.perruques cheveux Crystal captioned the moment 'What an absolute gentleman,' before taking to the comments section to speak highly of their encounter with the Hollywood star. Eating in: The 35-year-old was wondering around the popular tourist destination to purchase dinner for him and Taylor as she hid out in their luxury hotel Unaware: Tom stepped out to purchase the take-away the night before the taped video of Taylor's phone call had been leaked 'He was so so sweeetttt!!! She [Taylor] finally has found a guy that is worthy of her kind little heart,' she began to state. She went on to clarify that 'he was getting them some take away dinner.'

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Crystal for comment. Tom stepped out to purchase the take-away the night before the taped video of Taylor's phone call had been leaked. Kim started the social media war when she dropped an audiovisual bomb on Sunday by releasing a video showing Kanye on the phone receiving Taylor's blessing for using her name on the offending track — something she staunchly insisted she never did. Caught in the act? Kim released a video showing Kanye on the phone receiving Taylor's blessing for using her name on the offending track — something she staunchly insisted she never did Taylor reacted soon after by tweeting: 'That moment when Kanye West secretly records your phone call, then Kim posts it on the Internet, a screengrab of the pre-prepared note'. She claimed her issue was the fact that Kanye called her a 'b*tch', and not that he said he was considering having sex with her — as in the recording she can be heard describing that 'as a compliment'. 'Where is the video of Kanye telling me he was going to call me 'that b***h' in his song?' the Bad Blood hitmaker wrote. Earlier in the month, Tom had fans in an absolute frenzy while out and about on the Gold Coast. After brushing shoulder's with fans, the actor left 11-year-old fan Bella Terlich crying tears of joy upon meeting her. Shake It Off: Taylor reacted soon after by tweeting: 'That moment when Kanye West secretly records your phone call, then Kim posts it on the Internet, a screengrab of the pre-prepared note' Down Under: Taylor and Tom arrived on the Gold Coast earlier this month He and Taylor arrived in Queensland just over two weeks ago, and while the Shake It Off singer has been keeping a low profile the British star has been heading out and about regularly. The actor is on the Gold Coast to film his latest Marvel superhero movie, Thor: Ragnarok.lace front wigs The film is slated for release in November 2017, and it is believed to draw some of its inspiration from the Planet Hulk comic book story line, where the infuriated green antihero takes over a planet after being beamed into space. Heading the cast of the new film is Chris Hemsworth as Thor, while Mark Ruffalo will once again star as the Hulk. Cate Blanchett will be playing a new villain Hela, Jeff Goldblum stars as Grandmaster while Tessa Thompson is to play Valkyrie. Busy: The actor is in Australia to film his latest Marvel superhero movie, Thor: Ragnarok and it is unknown how long Taylor will remain Down Under Sorry we are not currently accepting comments on this article.

After Thursday night's horrific terror attack in Nice, concerns were raised for the cast and crew of Fifty Shades of Grey, who were filming nearby. Yet Dakota Johnson had moved away from the horrors of the south of France as she headed to Paris to continue filming the second film in the franchise on Monday. The 26-year-old superstar looked incredibly elegant as she sidled along in a stylish floral dress with a belted waist which she toughened up with chunky flatforms. Scroll down for video Relocation: Dakota Johnson had moved away from the horrors of the south of France as she headed to Paris to continue filming the second film in the franchise on Monday Dakota, who plays meek Anastasia Steele in the erotic trilogy, looked tremendously chic in her white gown which was adorned with a patchwork floral print in a host of pastel hues. Boosting her already long legs, the brunette beauty sported chic double strap flatforms which added inches to her height. Injecting a superstar touch into the ensemble, Dakota clutched an envy-inducing Hermes Birkin handbag, complete with gold fastenings and a detachable long strap. Coordinating again with the black accents in her ensemble was her over-sized sunglasses which shielded the majority of her face.cosplay wigs Stylish: The 26-year-old superstar looked incredibly elegant as she sidled along in a stylish floral dress with a belted waist which she toughened up with chunky flatforms Initially wearing her hair pulled back in a low-key ponytail, Dakota, who stars opposite Jamie Dornan playing Christian Grey in the movie, later allowed loose locks to cascade over her shoulders. Her trademark long-length fringe was tickling her lashes as she appeared to sport minimal make-up from beneath her glamorous eyewear. The cast arrived in Paris after a stint of filming in south of France, where they were seen taking a dip in the shores before terror struck nearby. A short way from the set, the tragic Bastille Day terror attack in Nice took place, which saw the death of 84 people including 10 children. Floral fancy: Dakota, who plays meek Anastasia Steele in the erotic trilogy, looked tremendously chic in her white gown which was adorned with a patchwork floral print in a host of pastel hues Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, 31, drove a white lorry drove into the heavily populated Promenade des Anglais crushing people before exiting the vehicle and spraying crowds with bullets. Horrifying footage of the moment the truck turned into a deadly juggernaut were uploaded online within minutes, showing a trail of dead bodies left in its path. The devastating events saw the film's producer Dana Brunetti move to reassure fans that everyone involved with the project was safe. Passing on the message from the whole production team, he wrote on Twitter: 'From production: 'Production has confirmed that everyone working on location in the south of France is okay. ''Everyone has been accounted for and is safe and sound. Thanks for everyone's messages and concerns. Another sad day for France and the world.' Safe and sound: The devastating events saw the film's producer Dana Brunetti move to reassure fans that everyone involved with the project was safe (Dakota pictured with co-star Jamie Dornan)