Look how independent we are at using single holes punches and split pins to connect circles together to make caterpillars. We are fantastic at following instructions.
A butterfly has emerged from one of the cocoons!
We are really enjoying looking at our chicks!
Mrs Donno has taken the incubator home for the weekend and five chicks have already hatched out of their eggs on Saturday morning!
Our chicks are hatching out of their eggs!
Look at our new castle role play area. We have no electricity in there and we have to cook food on the fire!
We are now learning about living in a castle a long time ago. We will be sharing stories about castles, knights, dragons , princes and princesses!
Look at our super physical skills, working on our school field. We are fantastic at listening to instructions, taking turns and keeping safe! Our new teachers in Reception will be so proud of all of us!
Parent's Information about our learning- 14th and 21st May
Today, we planted some trees in the school playground. We look forward to watching them grow and make our outdoor area look even more beautiful.We said 'thank you' to them for helping to give us oxygen to breathe!
World Book Day!
We have started reading Dear Zoo by Rod Campbell.
What might happen if you had a pet lion?
Which animals make the best pets? Why?
To link with our wonderful Planet Earth, we have planted some seeds, including lettuce, spring onions and basil. We will give them water and sunshine and watch as they grow.
Parent's Information about our learning- w/c 12th and 19th March 2018
Celebrating the Chinese New Year in Nursery by doing Chinese writing, eating noodles with chopsticks and making dragons!
Have a lovely half term holiday next week and we hope you enjoy some of the festivities of The Chinese New Year. We will be celebrating this event after the holidays, please see the attached information about what we will be doing.
We are continuing to enjoy learning about our world by travelling in our space ship, singing songs linked with space and sharing super stories like 'Aliens Love Underpants'.
Sharing, taking turns, exploring different areas of learning and making friends!
We have been developing our investigation and language skills by handling and describing chocolate as it melts, experiencing ice turning to water and handling jelly!
Balancing on balance bikes.
Using scooter skills.
Riding bikes with pedals.
Finding different ways of moving safely.
Balancing safely across the crates, taking turns.
Using our arms to help us to balance.
In Nursery, we have already started our Space theme by reading Whatever Next by Jill Murphy. We are thinking about what we might take to the moon and been very busy already making rockets in different areas of learning.
In PE, the children are working really hard at developing strength in their core muscles. They are also using brilliant balance skills, balancing bean bags on different body parts as they move.
Thank you to all our parents who joined us for our Stay and Play Sessions.
Using computing skills in Nursery
We have been reading the story of The Little Red Hen and we thought the animals on the farm were very unkind to the hen. We all then helped Mrs Donno to bake some delicious bread and the staff in the kitchen helped us to bake it. We are all kind and helpful in our school!
We went for an Autumn walk around our school grounds. We saw some of our hens and one looked just like The Little Red Hen! Could you go for a walk at home and see what things you can find on the ground that have fallen from the trees? You could bring some of the things you find to Nursery.
Singing in the hall with Ms Heap!
This week, we did PE in the hall with Mr Manning. We used our bodies to move in different ways and made sure we moved in a big space.
This week, we are reading Goldilocks and the Three Bears. We are using props, pictures and puppets to re-tell the story. If you have this story at home, you could ask your child to re-tell the story by looking at the pictures. Can they use different voices for the each character?
Look at our wonderful, happy children. What a fantastic first two weeks at Nursery!
Jolly PhonicsWe have now started Jolly Phonics in Nursery. We have started with 's' and we are learning that it makes a 'sss' sound like at the beginning of snake. When learning the alphabet together, please teach your children the sound that letters make. Please click on the link for the Jolly Phonics songs.
Please click on the link for the Jolly Phonics actions. In Nursery, we will be learning s, a and t before the Christmas holidays.