Teachers: Amy Nunns, Donna Wood

Support Staff: Helena Philips, Angela O’Nions, Jamie Wardle, Amy Regan

Spring Term 2020

This term our topic is all about dinosaurs! The children are really enjoying learning all about the different dinosaur names and habitats and are learning new vocabulary such as omnivore, carnivore and herbivore.

The children have also really enjoyed creating dinosaur eggs at home. A big congratulations to our winners Alice, Xander and Mille and also a big well done to all those children who took part! As well as decorating eggs the children also rolled some hard boiled eggs in our outdoor area. Well done to Oliver and Freddie for been the best rollers!

Next we will be learning about what fossils are and making our own fossils with clay. The children will be transforming into archeologists and digging for bones. Watch this space to see what we can find! 

Autumn Term 2019

Pumpkin Competition

Well done Frank for your amazing pumpkin design using 2d shapes! You are the winner!

As the children are settling into Nursery, we are working on making new friends, sharing with our friends, following rules and routines and our listening skills. Our topic this term is ‘Stories and Rhyme. We started by looking at the children’s favourite stories and shared them with the class. We then went on to read ‘Dear Zoo’ and made our own zoo animals and acted out the story in various ways. We even received our own special box from the zoo, with Pepper the dog inside!

Next we enjoyed reading ‘We’re Going on a Bear Hunt.’  We made binoculars and went on our own Bear Hunt both inside and outside the classroom. We got very muddy and wet walking through the thick squelching mud! Our classroom has now been changed and ready for ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea.’ We are going to have our own tea party and bring along our favourite teddy to join in the fun with us. After that we are planning to also read ‘The Smartest Giant in Town’ and finish off with a well-known favourite, ‘The Gruffalo.’