Welcome back everybody! We have had such a lovely week. Many new children have started, some from our lovely Lindfield setting and some from other places. We are making them welcome and are showing them around. The weather has been beautiful and sunny with a little bit of a chilly wind. There are lovely bluebells in the woodland which are just perfect to hide in. We have had lots of fun with our role play Police Station. We have been taking down notes in our notebooks and
Welcome to the Summer Term! We have had such a lovely week listening to the children’s stories about the adventures they had over the Easter break.
It sounds like everyone had a lovely time. We spent most of Monday outdoors; some of the children went for a walk to the nature reserve whilst others played in the garden.
The children who visited the reserve went in search of the tadpoles. On the way to the reserve a passer-by beckoned us over to the pond to look at something v
What a wonderful week leading up to the Easter Break. We have been concentrating on Maths this week and we have been counting, matching, sorting and doing all things mathematical. We played a brilliant parking game with us having to match numbers of dots to numerals. Sounds tricky but we were very good! Oscar turned his bike into a motor bike with a piece of cardboard – clever! Miss Edwards was full of energy this week. We played volleyball with dice and did some high jump
This week we are focusing on Mathematics – Number. It is also Easter craft week. On Monday a group of children went to visit the nature reserve to check on the tadpoles. We wondered if they would have grown legs or even changed into frogs but they were still wiggly wriggly tadpoles swimming around. They had grown and were a bit bigger and their tails were a bit longer than before. We made a new friend, William the worm. The children took turns to hold him and he wiggled in th
This week we concentrated on the Literacy – Writing area of learning. We have been mark making on a large scale by painting on sheets and we have been practising writing our names using mud, paint and invisible ink made from lemon juice. We have been using tongs to pick up and sort small pretend eggs to help us practise our pencil grip. We have used sticks for mark making and fishing. Our traditional story this week was The Elves and the Shoemaker and we enjoyed making a sho