A Wriggly Nativity
We found a lost Penguin in our school. The Penguin was in our playground having a slide and in the pond looking for fish. We are trying to help them get home! I wonder how they got here? We even came up with some ideas for how they got into the school....
On Friday 9th July we were very lucky to have Mill Cottage Farm Experience visit us all at school. Usually the farm is a Year R visit, however since we couldn't have them visit last year we thought we would treat the whole school to a visit. The children loved visiting the animals, using their
What an exciting week to end our half term. We celebrated Mr and Mrs Young (Finally!) getting married! Year R even got to attend the wedding outside under the trees. What a lovely day!
Wow! What an exciting day of weather we had on Hayling Island. We loved going outside and talking about what we could see and hear.
Today in YR we have been thinking about waste – food waste and rubbish. We discussed where we might put our rubbish when outside: “in the bin”, “we can take it home if there’s no bins”, “maybe we can put it in our green bin like paper?” We also discussed how we should choose a
After weeks of being very patient and waiting for our caterpillars to eat lots of leaves, build cocoons and finally emerge as beautiful butterflies… our patience has finally paid off 🙂 We have very, very excited children in Year R this morning!
This week is Mental Health Week. Mrs Young read us 'The Invisible' by Tom Percival. We are thinking about how we can keep our minds and bodies healthy. If you want to read it again, why not watch the video below.