This morning we had our reading focus stay and play. Parents came along with their children and listened to the story 'We're going on a bear hunt' by Michael Rosen, narrated by Mr Micklewright! The parents and the children both took part in reading the story and doing the actions. We then had lots of fun activities around the hall such as face masks, story sequencing, puppet shows and story books.
On behalf of all the nursery staff, we would like to thank all of the parents that came along.
We hope you had a beary fun time! :-)
For Nursery's science week we focused on a story book called 'Whatever Next?' by Jill Murphy. The story is about a bear who travels to space in a box. We have learnt lots of new interesting things about space.
The children have also enjoyed listening and acting out the story using props.
On Monday we had an assembly in the new hall and we watched a mad scientist do some experiments! We then did some experiments in class using magnets and balloons.
It has been a fun week and we have learnt lots of new things!
We would like to say a huge thank you to all parents who came to our 'Black History stay and play' this morning.
The children have really enjoyed listening to our focus story 'Handa's Surprise'
We also enjoyed learning African dances and songs (Che Che Koolay being the favourite!)
During the morning we went into the hall and some children performed the story 'Handa's Surprise' Please see pictures below.
We then performed our 'robot talk dance' and 'Che Che Koolay' to the parents.
Please see pictures below.
After we performed our dances, we asked the parents to join in with our robot dance.
It was funny! We had lots of fun...
Thank you again,
Hello and welcome to the Nursery blog
The nursery staff would like to say a huge welcome to our new lovely children.
The past 4 weeks have been a fantastic start to a new year and it has been such a pleasure to have met all the new children and parents!
All the children are settling in very well and they are enjoying full school days.
Thank you for all your support and cooperation.
Miss Ayata, Mr Micklewright and Miss Carr
‘I gave you a little wink and smile,
As you entered my room today.
For I know how hard it is to leave
And know your child must stay.
You’ve been with them for years now
And have been a loving guide.
But now, the time has come
To leave them at our side.
Just know that as you walk away
And tears down your cheeks may flow
We will love them as we would our own
And to help them learn and grow.
So please put your mind at ease
And worry no more.
For I will love them and take them in
When you leave them at the door’