Last Wednesday we went on our first nursery school trip to Graves Park!
We had a lovely time seeing and feeding all the animals, having a picnic and ice-creams and playing on the park.
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Thank you to everyone who joined us. Come back soon to see all the amazing stories, paintings and drawings we have been doing following our trip.
A few weeks ago we had a lovely time celebrating Father’s Day with our grown-ups. We invited everyone to come and play games together, on the park, ball games and on the Muga.
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Thank you to everyone who came! We look forward to having more fun at our sports day next Wednesday!
Throughout the year we have different themed weeks all through school. The last two weeks have been Environment Week and Global Citizenship Week. In nursery we have been thinking about how we can help to look after our environment. Outside we learnt about water and used the guttering to transport water then made puddles and watched it evaporate. We thought about how important water was to us and why we needed it.
Then we thought about recycling. There were lots of things getting thrown away in nursery that we could have used for something else! After lunch we saved and washed out our containers and also looked for things that could be recycled throughout school and sorted materials.
After our muddy puddle walk lots of the children were interested in how they could help others. We decided to donate our old toys to the local charity shop and went on a mini-trip to take them up.
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This week was our final week of Forest Schools. We had fun with the clay making creatures and homes and then searched for wiggly worms! We will miss our Forest School sessions but can’t wait to start exploring the secret garden ourselves! Check out our video below to see what we got up to this week…
This week was our second day of Forest School. We explored the outdoors with our senses looking at colours and textures of flowers. Then we made magic potions and fairy postcards!
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This week was the first day of our forest school sessions. The children spent time in the secret garden, learning in the outdoors and exploring nature. We had lots of fun listening to stories, digging in the mud, making mud pies, finding flowers and even mud painting!
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In Lula and Millie’s words last Wednesday was the ‘BEST DAY EVER!’
We started our day with our Muddy Puddles sponsored walk for Save the Children and searched for Peppa Pig and friends as we walked around school and the secret garden. Then we came back to nursery and had our bake sale with our grown-ups. We had been busy baking buns and biscuits at nursery and lots of parents brought things from home too. After that we all went ice skating! Our MUGA pitch turned into a temporary ice skating rink for the day and we all had lots of fun trying ice skating. Then we did it all again in the afternoon!
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Thank you to everyone involved, don’t forget to keep bringing in your sponsor money and we will update you with the final amount we raise.
One day Asaad asked if he could make a video. We set up a video diary and the children learnt how to record themselves as they sang songs and told stories.
Everyone loved the idea and decided we should make a ‘real movie’ together. The children had lots of different ideas for their movie.
In the end we decided on the story of The Three Little Pigs. Everybody had their own job. We made masks and costumes for the different characters, build sets inside and outside, told the story using storyboards to help us, acted out the story, used puppets to tell the story, made sound effects, directed our friends and recorded our movie. What a busy week!
Then we thought about who might like to see our movie. We decided our grown-ups would so we made tickets, posters and invitations.
Then Paige said we should make jam tarts and Oliver, Lula, Toochi and Roman thought popcorn and hot chocolate!
We baked our jam tarts and got everything ready for our movie mornings and lots of our grown-ups stayed!
We had a lovely time and the children were all very proud of their movie. Thank you to everyone who stayed.
The children have already been talking about a Christmas movie for the sequel so watch this space!
After last week’s heatwave the weather is back to rainy again! Luckily in nursery we love all kinds of weather so we have been having lots of fun in the rain. Ever since our muddy puddles walk we have loved finding and making puddles to splash in.
How can we make the biggest splash?
We took running jumps and tried to make the biggest splash in the big puddle around the side of the yard.
Then the children wanted to make their own puddle. We tried to make a barrier then used tarpaulin to stop the water getting out.
We noticed water had collected on top of the sand pit and collected it with buckets and pulleys then poured it down the guttering to water the flowers.
Do you have fun in the rain at home?
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Sunday was Father’s Day so last week we were busy making things for our dads. We made cards and drew a picture of our dad (or a special grown-up like granddad or uncle) and inside we thought about why we loved them.
Then we made medals for our dads and cut out pictures of things we thought our daddies would like and decorated them. On the back we thought about why our daddy had got the medal and what he was the best at.
Some daddies were the best at making dinner or giving cuddles or telling jokes or reading stories.
Today was our special Father’s Day Event. We invited all of our dads, granddads, big brothers and uncles to come to school and play games with us and what a sunny day it was!
We had a lovely time playing ball games and going on the park with our grown-ups.
Thank you to everyone who came we had a lovely afternoon and we hope you did too!