On Friday mornings we invite our grownups in to read a story. We love sharing our books!
At the end of heritage week we celebrated our diversity by dressing up in cultural dress. We loved sharing our outfits and stories!
We have been ordering numbers, and exploring what different values look like.
On Thursday 13th July our Nursery and Reception pupils donned their t-shirts, shorts and trainers as they ran, jumped, danced and threw, as part of this year’s EYFS Sports Day. Thank you to all the parents who came along to support and cheer them on.
Early Years parents and pupils were invited to attend an open evening at Keir Hardie to support pupils with their transition into Reception or new starters to our Nursery setting. Pupils had the chance to visit their classroom, meet the Early Years team and taste the school menu to get them school ready for September! …
For Diwali and Art week we have been learning all about how Hindus celebrate Diwali. We had a go at making our own rangoli patterns, used clay to make out own Diva lamps, wrote Diwali Cards to friends and family and made firework pictures. We loved all the colourful patterns and had a lot of …
We have been diving into stories in our new reading corner. We can sit amongst the colourful fishes and read share a book with our friends. Sometimes we invite our parents into the corner to share a story!
Children have been exploring how to move freely with confidence in a range of ways such as climbing, jumping and balancing in gym tots.
Every Friday morning we invite our parents to stay between 8.45 and 9.00 to read with their child in the classroom. We love sharing our books and showing off our classroom to our families! This is a great opportunity for parents to be a part of their child’s learning in school.
Both reception classes had a lot of fun learning their nursery rhymes and turning them into a performance for the Choral Speaking Assembly. Butterfly Class performed ‘Row your boat’, while Bee class did ‘Humpty Dumpty’.