Yesterday our EYFS children enjoyed gardening with Mrs Gilani. They planted purple Brocoli and observed the growth of last week’s lettuce seeds are now turning into seedlings.
Our Reception pupils have been learning about planting and harvesting strawberries, potatoes and flowers in the eyfs playground with Mrs Gilani.
As part of the Chinese New Year celebration, Reception children shared their learning of the cultural and historical significance observed in China. The festival signals the beginning of spring and the start of a new year according to the Chinese lunar calendar.
The pupils in EYFS have been learning to make Dens as part of their outdoor learning.
Pupils showed fascination and intrigue for bugs and insects. They observed the eggs closely, investigating and predicting when they would hatch. It was lovely to see the children engrossed in their learning experiences.
Butterfly class visited the school library!!! The children were very excited to read new books.
Reception children dressed up as ‘Superheroes’. They are using their superpowers to save the class from the collision with planet Peal.
EYFS to Year 1 pupils performed an amazing Christmas concert filled with hearty singing, fantastic acting and magical storytelling!
Reception pupils thoroughly enjoyed displaying their reading skills at Parent Reading Day!
There has been some magical storytelling in Nursery! Have a read below of the wonderful story created and read by Nursery pupil Teijah. “Once upon a time, there was a little fairy. She lives in a castle and she got stuck. Then, a soldier helped her and she was flying around like a butterfly, because she …