Nursery has been learning about 2D shapes and identifying them around the environment. We then used the shapes to build a house for Mr Gumpy from our class story.
Spring is nearly here and nursery has been planting daffodils in preparation for Mother’s Day. We learnt how to take care of our plants by watering them daily and putting them near to the sun.
Every Friday we enjoy Parent Reading with our parents and carers in nursery.
We had two special visitors from the Children Centre who taught us how to keep our teeth nice and healthy. We practised brushing our teeth in circular motions.
On Thursday 18th January Early Years celebrated National Winnie The Pooh Day. We all brought our favourite soft toy to school.We watched a Winnie the Pooh DVD as we shared a teddy bear’s picnic with our friends and toys. We also listened to Winnie the Pooh stories. A big thank you to our parents who …
Nursery pupils have made transport models out of recycling materials over the Christmas break. Parents, carers and pupils were particularly excited to talk about how they have built their transport model. The incredible models can be found in Ladybird and Dragonfly classrooms. Please do come along to see them.
We have been learning about the importance of going to work when we grow up. We have experienced playing in the role of different occupations. Visitors from the Safer Neighbourhood Police and DLR, taught us how to be safe when out of school. I wonder what we’ll choose to be when we grow up?
As part of Work Week, we had some lovely visitors from the DLR. We learnt about the different job roles at Canning Town Station and how to stay safe when we are visiting the station.
We have been baking bread rolls for Little Red Hen. We mixed flour, water, salt, sugar and yeast into a bowl and let it prove to help the dough rise before baking. We then ate our bread rolls at Little Red Hen’s party with some butter!
We went on an autumn scavenger hunt, we looked for clues for autumn. We saw lots of red, brown, orange and yellow leaves on the floor, there are conkers in our garden too!