Nursery have started their daily squiggle wiggle sessions! We have been squiggling up and down! Look at our fantastic squiggles. It’s so much fun!
Why not have a go at home? Here is our song!
Nursery have had a fantastic week exploring sea life. They have created boats, drew pictures of sharks and explored a pirate ship!
Some exciting conversations this week…
“I have met a real life pirate before. I have a slide and a spinner.” – Khalessi
“Look at my wadder and wide. Tiangle. A big bot and tall. The pirate go wown.” – Layton
“Toot Toot” – Sami
“Dis the wata and my big bot.” – Lucee
“This is the side and the chain.” – Alyssa
“A tiangle on my bot.” Alexander
Well done Nursery!
Nursery enjoyed celebrating Halloween last week. They made magic wands, witches hats and created spooky potions!
Our wonderful new entrance into nursery! The children have worked so hard this week to produce some fantastic trolls and goats. Which one is your favourite?
Over the past few weeks we have been working very hard to change our outdoor area. Have a look at our wonderful areas! Which one is your favourite?
Nursery tried porridge last week. It tasted yummy. We spoke about having breakfast in the morning and even tried some different breakfasts too.
We are looking forward to meeting you all on Monday. As we are continuing to adhere to social distancing regulations these measures will be in place during your visit
We thank you in advance for helping us to keep everyone safe. We are so excited to be a part of your child’s next chapter.
Have a great weekend.
Mrs M Trotter
With just a week until you return to school, I thought I’d share a video of our setting with you. Some of you may have seen it on the Class Dojo, but, if you haven’t already signed up, please do as you’ll see lots of different photographs and information about our setting. We can’t wait to meet you all!
Here’s a sneak preview…
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