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Nursery and Reception’s Christmas Recording!

Our EYFS children have recorded their own version of a Christmas classic! Take a listen and let us know what you think!

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4 responses to “Nursery and Reception’s Christmas Recording!”

  1. Donna Fox says:

    nursery & reception this is amazing you should be so proud of yourselves well done! 👏👏 such little superstars. Wishing you & your families a very Happy Christmas 🎅

  2. Miss Rowan says:

    How cute

  3. Sara Sahhab y6 says:

    I loved watching the performance live. Well done Nursery and Reception, you were all great! 🙂

  4. Mrs maice says:

    I have enjoyed what you have done was brilliant . You are sending christmas spirit through your amazing tiny voices. Well done

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Grandad’s Secret Giant

In Early Years, we have started our new book, Grandad’s Secret Giant. We have learned lots of new vocabulary, discovered an enormous tooth brush and have been making traps to see if we can catch our own giant! The children have been drawing pictures of the giant with huge pencils too!

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Marvellous maths and imaginative play!

We have been learning so much through imaginative play this week, using small world outdoors and in construction, talking about the size of the things we use and build. We also had a great time pretending to be dogs, and used lots of positional language taking part in dog agility games!

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Mysterious Monday….

We are delighted to see our friends back in school today and have been having fun in the sun playing with numbers and enjoying books, as well as writing letters and numbers in spooky slime indoors! What other spooky goings-on will there be this week?

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Learning to play together

The teachers are so happy with how the children are learning and playing together. The children work calmly inside, using play dough, glitter trays and role play areas to learn, while outdoors they are developing their physical skills and enjoying the natural world. 

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Supertato challenges!

We are loving the book Supertato! The only problem is, the evil pea keeps causing trouble at school. He has thrown potatoes all over the floor and we have had to gather and count them, and he has trapped veggies in the shredded paper! We have been designing and making lots of traps to try to catch him!

 

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A wonderful windy day!

We always think and talk about the weather when we come to school. Today we were delighted to explore the force of the wind, making flags and discovering the feel and the sound of the wind’s power.

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Our very own super-potato bread!

We are so lucky to have not only wonderful school grounds, but a fantastic new kitchen in the EYFS. Today we started the day by harvesting our very own potatoes which have been grown at school. We washed them ourselves, then followed a recipe to boil and mash them, adding other ingredients (weighing and measuring carefully) and mixing well. Our bread smelt fantastic as it baked, and we enjoyed sharing it for our snack the next day. We are farmers and chefs, and a family that cooks and eats together!

 

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Welcome!

We were so excited to welcome Nursery and Reception to school at the start of September! The children enjoyed exploring their environment and the opportunities indoors and outside. We are going to have fun learning together!

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Incredible Ice Creams and Marvellous Maths!

Reception enjoyed a wonderful “Maths Party” morning today! We have been learning about coins and prices, and have made our own ice cream shop role play area this week, so today we were delighted to experience the real thing! We sorted coins, took on the roles of shopkeepers and cashiers, and served and paid for real ice creams. We even kept a tally chart of how many children chose to have sprinkles! What a yummy way to learn!

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