The Nursery children visited the local church in preparation for the Nativity. They spoke to the pastor and learnt about Christmas.
Children practiced using scissors, glue and tape through junk modelling. Many children made props to support their play.
Children in Nursery used new woodwork tools to plan and design a prop. Children learned how to use a Japanese saw and glue gun safely to cut and join materials.
Nursery children were using everyday technology to make toast. Children were observing and predicting what would happen to the bread, including how butter changes when spread on warm toast.
Children in the Nursery have been tinkering with technology. Using a range of screwdrivers they have been unscrewing components and exploring the inside of everyday technology.
EYFS to Year 1 pupils performed an amazing Christmas concert filled with hearty singing, fantastic acting and magical storytelling!
Nursery were following a sequence to make toast using household technology. They were able to discuss the steps to successfully toast bread. Children also developed their fine motor and safely skills by practicing spreading and using a toaster.
Children have begun to use the woodwork bench. We have explored how to use tools safely and effectively. Some children worked together to test the best method of joining two pieces of wood together.
Nursery pupils have been learning to use sign language!
Children were making bread, following a simple recipe. The explored ingredients and predicted what will happen to the dough. For a bread recipe to use at home click https://rainydaymum.co.uk/easy-bread-dough-cooking-with-kids/