Evil Pea had trapped the vegetables and fruit! He even stole all our snack! We are now planning how to catch Evil Pea! The children are wondering when Supertato will come and save the day…
In the Autumn term we planted acorns we collect from the forest… Now look at our trees! We had to wait very patiently as oak trees germinate very slowly. Now they are ready to be planted outside :-)
On Hello Yellow day we explored activities that made us feel good! All the children wanted to hold our school pets - Guinea pigs Fluffy Joe and Cookie Zep! Holding and playing with animals made us all feel happy and calm. The Colour Monster is yellow and green when he is happy and calm. We
In our key worker groups we read the story The Colour Monster. The Colour Monster is all mixed up and doesn’t know how he feels! So we helped him to untangle his feelings and recognise each one. Today we sorted happy, sad and angry. Tomorrow we will sort scared, calm and love 💕 We talked
The children are learning how to look after Curly Bob (named by our last cohort of Year R children). He is a millipede and is only 7 months. We feed him lettuce and cucumber, and we have to remember he likes to be touched gently, and with kind hands. We learnt that he likes his
Hello parents and carers, We know reading with your child at home can be daunting, especially when we have to learn alongside them. We are here to help - always come and speak to the Year R Team if you have any questions, no matter how small you think they are. Here is a YouTube
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!