The children have been fantastic this week and have settled into their new routine brilliantly. The staff in Nursery are all very proud of the children and how well they have coped with starting school and how brave they have been saying goodbye to their families at the gate. A big well done to everyone! As we know it can be just as hard for the families saying their goodbyes! You have all been amazing!
75 years ago today on 8th May 1945, everyone was celebrating the end of the war. Lots of people all came together to have big street parties. We were hoping to have a really big street party at school with all of you, but we can’t celebrate in the same way at the moment as we are all at home keeping safe. Perhaps you might have a little party at your house with your family instead, here at my house we have made some red, white and blue bunting and I’ve made us a lovely cake we can enjoy with a nice cup of tea! Please send us any of your celebration pictures so we can see how you’ve enjoyed the day.
It has been lovely to speak to lots of your families over the last couple of weeks and hear that you are all staying safe and are happy. Lots of you have been really busy, working hard and having fun with your family. We have updated the home learning page and there is a new ‘Minibeasts’ project on there and lots of lovely creative activity ideas for you to have a go at too. At school yesterday we went on a minibeast hunt, we found lots of ants, a small green caterpillar, a trail left by a snail and quite a big spider! I wonder if you have been on a minibeast hunt… Did you find more minibeasts than we did at school? We would love to see any of your work, please send us any photos of your fantastic achievements to email@example.com
We look forward to hearing from you. Stay safe and keep smiling!
Mrs Farrington, Mrs Ross and Mrs Taylor x x x 🐛 🐞 🐌 🐝 🐜 🦋 🕷
Happy Easter to all of you! I hope you are all staying safe and keeping well. We all miss you and your happy faces, it’s very strange not being able to come to school everyday and see you all.
What have you all been doing? I hope you’ve enjoyed some of the work we sent home for you. I would love to know what toys you’ve used to make all those numbers.
At my house we have being doing PE with Joe Wicks every morning to start the day, it’s hard work, but it makes us all smile! Then I am busy helping my boys with all their school work, and we’ve planted lots of seeds together too, which are just starting to grow.
I think I’m going to have lots of cherry tomatoes if the sun keeps shining. I could open a tomato shop! It’s very exciting watching them all grow, we are just waiting for the peppers to pop up as they are still hiding in the soil. Hopefully the warm weather will make them grow soon!
You’ll be pleased to know that both Mrs Ross and Mrs Taylor are both feeling much better now, I know you missed them both when we were still at school. We have all been busy baking in our different homes while we’ve been away from school. I wonder if any of you can guess whose baking is whose? You could send your guesses to the school email firstname.lastname@example.org and we could let you know if you’ve guessed correctly. We look forward to hearing from you all.
We hope to see you again soon.
Take care of yourselves and have a happy Easter!
Mrs Farrington, Mrs Ross and Mrs Taylor x x x 🥚🐣🐥
In Nursery we have been reading ‘Goldilocks and the Three Bears’ so we made bear hand puppets, so we could put on a show of our own! We thought about what bears look like before we started, then we got creating. We were very busy and made some super puppets we could play with.
At Nursery we have been busy doing lots of activities about ‘The Gingerbread Man’. This week we have been baking as you can see.
We talked about the ingredients and what they felt and smelt like. Our biscuits smelt delicious, we hope they tasted just as good.