Here are the children’s art pieces they collaboratively worked on representing characters from our texts this theme!
The nursery children dressed in spots today for Pudsey! They donated a pound and took part in spotty activities, yoga and storytime to think about children who need help the most!
Thank you for all your generous donations to date – we are still welcoming donations as our collection date has been extended to the 21st November 2019!
For more information see below or click here to visit the Operation Christmas Child‘s Website. If you would also wish to donate £1 towards the shipping of these boxes it will be very gratefully received.
This week in nursery the children have been exploring the beginning sounds in words! It is such a tricky skill and one that we need to hear lots of times.
Can you find 5 things in your house that begin with s? Record these in your homework book or bring them in to share. Don’t forget to see an adult for your class reward!
Fantastic homework in nursery this week! The children proudly shared their home learning with each other.
Ethan has talked about the dangers of going into the woods alone and made a danger sign.
Maddison has been counting objects around the house to 29!
Well done Ezra for your creation ! Your house is absolutely stunning and you have worked so hard with your Daddy to create a masterpiece! “I was at my house and I put more paint and more sticks on it when it get broken! The Three Little Pigs!”
A huge thank you to our parents for supporting our first reading cafe of the year! It was wonderful seeing so many of you enjoy reading and exploring phonics EYFS style! The opportunity to talk about the development of phonics in early years and a love of reading was invaluable. Hope to see you all next time!
Nursery enjoyed odd sock day today! Here they are showing off their odd socks! The children chatted together about being kind and how we can help each other in nursery.
Nursery remembered the fallen soldiers by watching ‘Poppies’ and then creating poppies throughout the day that they could wear with pride. The children held a circle for a minutes silence together outdoors.
“The soldiers saved our country” Hunter S
“The poppies came back after the fighting.” Reeva
Come and join your child for story time activities on Wednesday 13th in the morning 9-10am. Refreshments will be provided and staff will be on hand to answer any questions you may have about reading in the Early Years. Please register with your class teacher before making your way to the hall.
See you there!
Miss Carter, Miss Vaughan and Miss Schon