Congratulations and well done to Ellie-Mae who is doing amazingly at swimming! Not only has she passed Stage 5 but she has also achieved a Rainbow Distance award for 200 metres! Keep it up Ellie-Mae, we are very proud of you!
In the Nursery this week we shared the story Owl Babies by Martin Waddell. Following the story the children worked really hard creating their own owl baby, well done children they are fabulous!
Thank you for supporting our Children in Need day on Friday. Here are a few photos of our fund raising superstars!
The children were really excited to meet lots of different nocturnal animals. The chinchilla and owl were particular favourites.
Yesterday the Nursery children had a lovely visit from the animal lady, Mrs Reynolds. She had with her a lovely selection of nocturnal animals. She had Willow the barn owl, a little owl called Midge, a pigmy hedgehog called Branston (prickle), Victor the turtle, Zippy the marine toad and a Macleays stick insect called Shelia. The children sat beautifully as she shared information about the animals, we are very proud of you!
We would love to hear which animal your child liked best and why.
Well done and congratulations to Florence who has achieved a certificate for demonstrating a fantastic backstroke during her swimming lessons. Keep up the great work Flo, we are very proud of you.
We love sharing our achievements from home in year 1. Well done to Martha-Rose and Ellie!
Today we have learnt all about Remembrance Day. We had a minutes silence this morning and thought all about the courageous men and women. Then, this afternoon we made our own poppy.
The Nursery children children have had a very busy day creating beautiful poppy pictures. Well done everyone!
Well done Tommy and Teddy, this weeks Tony Hughes Award winners and two superstars.