W/B: Monday 25th March 2022
We would like to wish a warm welcome back to our nursery children and their families. We hope you had a lovely Easter break, we’ve heard lot’s of fun stories from the children about their time off.
What a fun and eventful week we have had in Nursery. This week we have welcomed our new Class text of ‘the Tiger who came to Tea’. The children have explored the book in depth, looking at some of the job roles mentioned in the story, discussing what their parents do and what they would like to be when they grow up. We have also explored weight using scales and comparing different items of food that the tiger ate in the story. The children have used playdough to make cupcakes, drawn their own Tigers and learnt some new sounds through our RWI phonics Scheme ‘n’ and ‘p’.
Children at the beginning of the week, in the Bear Cubs, had the exciting opportunity to see a Fire Engine that was booked in to visit our Reception class. They were able to ask lots of questions and even had a go at putting out their own pretend fire and using the hose. We can’t wait to see what fun things we will get up to next week. A quick reminder of Bank Holiday Monday this coming Monday. Bear Cubs will return to school on Tuesday 3rd of May.
· Reminder of Tiger Cubs Individual Photos on the 29th of April.
· Reminder of Parents Evening on the 4th of May. Time slots have been given and it would be fantastic to see you all there.
W/B Monday 28th March
This week we have had fun learning new songs and moving to the beat. Our story this week has been ‘The Paper Dolls’ by Julia Donaldson. We have been thinking about what our favourite memory is and sharing these with our friends. We have been using our cutting skills to make our own paper dolls.
We have loved exploring a range of PE equipment with Mr Danquah, problem solving and experimenting with how to move in a range of ways over and under equipment.
Nursery have loved exploring the snow, mixing colours in the snow and seeing how the snow can change by using moulds.
Please remember that you are invited to our stay and play session next week.
Bear Cubs: Tuesday 5th April 8.45am-10am
Tiger Cubs: Thursday 7th April 8.45am -10am
We break up for the Easter break on Thursday 7th April and return on Monday 25th April.
W/B: Monday 21st March 2022
This week the children have been very busy learning all about 'sharing' with our new story ‘Sharing a Shell’. They have been drawing Sea Creatures, working on their fine motor skills by cutting out characters from the story and even making patterns in Maths using real objects such as shells, pinecones and wood. During P.E we even had the opportunity to play on the ‘Big Yard’ and the children had so much fun. Take a look at our pictures below of all their smiling faces. Also, the children at the end of the week made their own fire engine using a cardboard box. They chose their own materials and resources to make it look fantastic!
Not only that, the children have been excitedly working extra hard this week to create their special Mothers Day surprise. We hope you like them!
We'd also like to thank each child who brought in their 'Seaside' homework. The created work was fantastic and the children were able to tell us how much fun they had making it.
WB Monday 14th March
We have had another wonderfully busy week in Nursery this week, continuing our kindness theme by delving into the act of sharing. We read 'Rainbow Fish' by Marcus Pfister and discussed what it takes to be a good friend. The children had some incredible ideas about being kind, giving hugs and sharing their toys.
Within the environment, the children have enjoyed creating their very own Rainbow Fish using multicoloured shiny scales, adding fish tails to our toys, learning about under the sea animals, sharing fish scales with our friends and exploring patterns in our environment.
To end our week, some of our children dressed in red to support Comic Relief and continued to learn all about the importance of sharing and caring for others.
WB Monday 7th March
This week we have delved into our key text ‘Lucy Ladybird’. We have been learning all about the importance of being kind, how we are all different and that it is a good thing.
We have been learning all about the life cycle of a ladybirds. The children have been learning the words ‘larva’ and ‘pupa’ associated to this. We have also been looking at how our beans have grown since we planted them last week, understanding we need to water them to help them grow. As well as this we have been learning about mixing colours and making shape pictures. Why not go on a shape hunt around the environment?
This has been an extremely exciting week as we have started phonics learning the sounds ‘m’ and ‘a’. See if your child can recognise these sounds, have a go at writing them or even find anything that begins with these sounds.
Thank you for your continued support and completing home learning tasks. Please share anything they do at home on Tapestry, we would love to see.
WB Monday 28th February
Welcome, welcome, welcome back. We hope you have all had a safe and happy half term. It has been great to have the children back excited to learn.
This week we have been busy busy. Our story this week has been ‘Jack and the Bean Stalk’ we have discussed what we would like to find at the top of the Beanstalk, counted magic beans and been colour mixing to make green creating hand print bean stalks. Not forgetting being busy in our bright and beautiful flower shop ready for spring arriving.
We have celebrated World Book Day. It has been fantastic to see all the children dressed up in fantastic costumes. Our key text for this day was ‘Somebody Swallowed Stanley’ by Sarah Roberts following our whole school focus of looking at how we can care for the world. The children were fantastic at understanding the importance of recycling, and looking after our sea creatures to keep them safe.
Finally we celebrated Spanish day, looking at where Spain is in the world, how it’s different to where we live. We tried some Spanish food and had fun dancing Flamenco, Spanish dance.
Take a look at the fun we’ve had this week while learning.