Let all that you do be done in love.
1 Corinthians 16:14
Please make sure that all of your child’s uniform and spare clothes (including shoes) have their full names in.
Friday 29th September – 9am Stay and Play – Grandparents (more information to follow)
Friday 29th September – Grandparent’s Morning
Friday 29th September – MacMillan Coffee Morning – School Hall
Friday 14th October – Non-uniform day (children bring in unwanted toys or gifts for the Christmas Fair).
Monday 17th – Parent’s evening (a chance to discuss how your child has settled into the Nursery.)
Friday 20th October – Stay and Share
Friday 20th October – break up for Half Term
Monday 31st October – Return to Nursery
We all had such a brilliant day together as we shared our lovely classroom with our families! Whether it was with our great grandparents, grandparents, parents, aunties or uncles we had smiles on our faces as we explored things together. We had lots to keep us busy, as we had challenges to make our faces using paper plates or to make Goldilock’s bed! We were all very creative!
During this topic we explored everything that makes us special and different and also things that we all have in common. We really enjoyed using the playdough to make many different facial expressions and we talked about things that make us feel these expressions.
Myself and My Name
Our first R.E topic involves exploring our names and God's love for us. During some of our work we made these beautiful name collages to help us recognise our own names. They looked amazing!
Goldilocks and the Three Bears
After reading the story we decided to get into character and be more like Goldilocks! We decided to see why she enjoyed baby bear's porridge so much. We ended up having a very delicious snack as we created our very own porridge mixtures! We even began to mark make to record which ingredient we were going to add to the porridge.
Steve Anthony Book Study
We have been reading some very special books from a great author called Steve Anthony, they are Please, Mr Panda and I'll Wait, Mr Panda. We have loved joining in with the stories and learning more about why manners are so important. We have produced lots of creative things from these stories, including Mr Panda masks and doughnut collages! We hope you like them as much as we do.
Within our maths activities we have been exploring shapes to help us make characters from our stories. Below are some pictures from our study of big, medium and small bears and our work on making faces. We also began to categorise these different shapes by their size and discover their names.
We had such fun baking biscuits to recreate Mr Panda's yummy creations from our story. We enjoyed all taking part in the different aspects of making biscuits and we were very impressed in how they tasted at the end! Delicious!
Magic Moments 1
Here are the photos to celebrate everything that we have already achieved so far! We were and continue to be amazed by the talent of the class and so happy to share these moments together.