Here are more photos of the children and their families at the EYFS learning celebration. Once again we were very proud of each and every contribution to the learning process, product and celebration of learning. Wel done EYFS!
The Nursery Children have had a fantastic first week in their temporary classroom. The children worked collaboratively to problem solve while making patterns and discussed the changing shape. Their favourite area is the sensory reading area that they created using objects of interest. Well done Nursery for a great week!
A big thank you to everyone who helped raise money for Children in Need this year! The Nursery children had great fun wearing something spotty for Pudsey. The children created Pudsey patches and hats and took part in a yummy bun sale! More importantly the children spoke to each other about where the funds will be going. Well done F1!
This week in Nursery we walked to the woods together. We invited our families along to experience the local woodland. The children were inspired as they brought their learning back into the classroom creating natural art and reviewing the media clips taken for our learning exploration. We can’t wait to see the final product!
This week in our literacy lessons the children have been getting better at retelling the story of ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ in sequence. Some of the children chose to retell by using drama and narrative and were very creative with their costumes!
This week in Nursery our new Learning Alien that visited was Exploring Eddie. Here are some of the nursery children exploring using their senses. The children were challenged to use new words and discuss what they liked and disliked.
Most children in nursery went on their very first school trip to Sundown Adventure Land this week. The rain didn’t stop us bringing the stories from our theme learning alive and from filming for our learning exploration DVD!!
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!