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March 2017

  • Spring Time!

    Published 27/03/17, by Admin

    In the last couple of weeks, Nursery class have been finding out about Spring. We looked at what happens during the season of spring - plants and flowers starting to grow, warmer weather and signs of new life (our frog spawn has changed into tadpoles!)

    Lana's Mummy came in last week and told us all about their Persian New Year which celebrates new life and spring - it was really interesting. We made Persian New Year cards, grew cress heads and tried smelling and guessing different spices. This week we have started to find out about the spring celebration, Easter. We are busy finding out about Easter customs, making our Easter cards and looking at patterns on eggs. We are looking forward (later on this week) to some Easter cooking and tasting too!

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  • Fairytale Fantastic Finish!

    Published 05/03/17, by Admin

    This half term Nursery have been focussing on stories and different fairytales. To date, they have had activities linked with 'The Gingerbread Man', 'Little Red Riding Hood' and 'Mr Wolf's Pancakes'. On World Book Day (Thursday 2nd March) they showed their 'Fantastic Finish' to their families. Thank you so much to everyone that came to this event - we had a record attendance with nearly every child supported! The families were treated to: 

    • a puppet show performance of 'The Gingerbread Man'
    • some children talked about their favourite stories
    • parents saw videos of their children in a 'Little Red Riding Hood' PE lesson and in role play
    • a video of them playing 'What's the time Mr Wolf?' in the EYFS garden
    • tasting different pancakes toppings and charting the results
    • a workshop with sequencing, cake decorating, pancake tossing, sharing books and finally
    • Mrs Beard read the story 'Mr Wolf's pancakes'

    Next week, Nursery's new fairytale story (requested by the children) is 'Cinderella'!

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