Our Nursery children had a very special visitor today.
We are so grateful that he found time in his busy schedule to come to see us – he even brought present with him.
All of the children have worked together to recreate the Christmas story and have retold the story in their own words. The children have been very proud of their work that has been showcased and displayed around school.
Unfortunately, due to the school heating system not working efficiently this morning, we are sending children home at lunchtime.
We apologise for the inconvenience and will update parents with regard to school on Tuesday 11th as soon as possible.
Thank you for your understanding and patience.
We had a busy week in Nursery with lots of Visitors.
We started with Mr Simpson who took us to do lots of exercises and play games in the Nursery Garden.
Then we had Mrs Seales from our school kitchen. She brought lots of nice things for us to taste, dips with peppers, apple, pineapple, cucumber and lots more.
We also had a visit from the Nurse to talk to us about Healthy foods. We knew many of the vegetables they talked to us about as we had been growing them in our Nursery Garden.
We all went for a run around the new track. Here we are…..
Recently, children brought home leaflets for the Christmas Child Shoe Box appeal. We look forward to receiving filled shoe boxes donated to this wonderful charity.
If you are not able to fill a shoebox but would like to make a contribution towards one – please just send in the items with your child and we will fill shoe boxes with donated items.
Follow this link for ideas about what to include in your donated items.
Samaritans Purse – What Goes in My Shoebox
This week we went for a walk around our school garden to look for signs of Autumn. This is what we found….
We have been finding out about the changes in weather and were thinking about the birds during Winter, so we decided to put food out for them.
First we needed to make bird feeders. So we used the orange skin, string and then added the bird feed, lastly we hung them in the trees, now we just need to watch for the birds.
We all really enjoyed our French day in Nursery. We made the Eiffel Tower, tasted French food and listened to French music.