F1 had a visitor this week into nursery. Goldilocks created havoc in the sensory room and left a terrible mess!
The children talked about how the scene was similar to the story and discussed whether they thought she was good or bad! Lots of discussion happened around how Goldilocks would need to be on Miss Carter’s yellow spot and would need help by friends to look after the classroom! The children created wanted posters and wrote questions to ask Goldilocks when they see her next. If anyone finds her please let us know!
Day 1 and 2! The nursery children were excited and full of questions about the future of our nursery garden space!
“I feel sad Miss Carter because our grass has gone! I want it to be finished now. Will the diggers come back next week?” Flyn
“It looks so beautiful! I like the windows!” Rukseeya (Looking at the plans)
“I can see one digger. It is red! ” Cody
The nursery children enjoyed observing the very first developments and looking at our exciting extension plans. The role play box is ready to go! Watch this space for more exciting photographs and learning moments.
Robyn, Cohen and Jersey-May were magical at maths this week! They worked really hard to show their understanding of ordering, counting out, reading and writing numbers. A big well done!
This week in nursery the children have made a fantastic start improving their mark making for writing. The children have explored writing materials in many different ways creating pre letter shapes and writing the letters of their name! We have enjoyed writing on the yellow brick road, the chalk board table , the clevertouch and using card and paper in the reading and writing room. Well done F1!
After a long week for some children a relaxing treat was needed for Funky Friday Time. Here are some of the children enjoying The Wizard of Oz (and the blankets and cushions too!)
Nahla Walker proudly presents her fundraising cheque to her class friends. Nahla explained that she has raised more than £900 for the children’s hospital which she attends by doing a raffle and cake sale for family, friends and teachers. She baked buns throughout the afternoon to share with friends and talked about how she was “baking it better by helping poorly girls and boys.” We are so very admirable of this little girls initiative and awareness at such at young age.
Well done Nahla! We are all very proud of you!