sneak peak!

  

The nursery children visited their new blank canvas classroom today. As part of our transition back to our new learning space we explored the empty space, spoke about our favourite things we need to include and our behaviour and learning expectations next week. The children were super excited to share how they feel with each other. We are so excited for what our new learning space has to offer our children in early years at Greentop!

 

” can we stay here forever? ” Florence

” this is our new school!” Edward

” I feel super super excited! ” Erin

” Oh…Wow! ” Travis

” Where will we have snacks?!” Jersey

” I really like the steps.” Cohen

 

 

World book day in Nursery

A super day was had by all celebrating world book day by dressing up and enjoying our favourite stories and exploring our favourite characters. A massive well done to Naomi for winning best dressed! The nursery staff were in awe of her home made costume and of her knowledge of many stories including a ladybird character. The children had lots of fun talking about their costumes and stories and had lots of book fun at maths time! In the morning the children enjoyed a big bedtime story read where they collected cushions and blankets to lay and listen to their favourite stories brought in from home. In the afternoon the children watched their favourite class text ‘the train ride ‘ and took part in one of their first assemblies. We finished off the day creating character selfies and watching Paddington Bear for our funky Friday!

  

Nursery had a special visitor this week

Miss Smith brought and her beautiful baby daughter Nyah came to meet the nursery staff and children this week. We were very excited to talk to her and we had lots of questions. The nursery children sang Nyah to sleep with ‘Twinkle Twinkle Little Star’  We wish Miss Smith the very best as she enjoys her first days of Motherhood and we hope to see her very soon. 

As part of World Book Day staff have written a quote about reading.  Can you spot them around the corridors?  Maybe you would like to write a quote about reading and share it with your class.

Green Top Nursery Memories- Request for pictures

As you will all know, the Nursery at Green Top is being redeveloped to accommodate more children. We would like to mark this occasion by requesting that copies of photographs that you have of the Green Top Nursery since its opening in the 1980s, are brought into school to create a memory wall. These might be pictures of you, your children learning and playing or staff at the time or the building itself.

We will be re-opening the Nursery with a garden party, inviting past teachers, children and parents to join us.

Thanks in advance, photographs can be handed into the school office.