A big thank you to all the Nursery and Reception parents who attended our Easter workshop this morning. It was lovely to see so many of you working with your children. The children had a fantastic time making their bonnets with your help.
The children really enjoyed showing off their hats on the catwalk. Some of them had some amazing moves and it took a lot of confidence to walk down the catwalk in front of so many adults. Well done children!
We were very lucky to miss the rain today and we just managed to find all of our Easter eggs before the heavens opened. The children loved eating the chocolate eggs. Once again a big thank you to everyone who came and made it a very special occasion for the children. Thank you!
This week, as part of British Values Week, the children discussed the importance of having rules and laws. We thought about why we need rules, where we have rules and who enforces rules. The children then thought about which rules we should have in the classroom. These are our classroom rules.
The Reception children ran the mile twice today as they had an important job to do. They looked after and ran with the morning Nursery children and the afternoon Nursery children. Swans are now extremely fit! Alexi told Mrs Hill that she was far too slow!
This week the children learnt to colour mix. They were given the primary colours and white. The children were very skilled at mixing colours to make new colours. Their observation skills were amazing too. They looked at the turnips very carefully and they painted some beautiful turnips.
The children have been learning about ‘The Enormous Turnip’ this week as part of their Measures topic. We thought it would be a good idea to make turnip soup, just like in the story. However, our turnip soup was soon eaten by the children and there was certainly not enough for breakfast, lunch and dinner!