We invited our Dads, Grandads and Uncles in to nursery to help us do some really busy jobs. We are currently developing our outdoor space and enhance our environment. The children thoroughly enjoyed helping their family members and it was lovely to see the children interacting with the adults. A huge thank you to everyone who came and helped us.
We enjoyed planting flowers.
We poured the gravel in to the big tyre to start to create our small world area.
Look how busy everyone was, they all worked so hard!
Our topic is People Who Help Us.
We have been very lucky to have some special visits in nursery this week.
They talked to us about how they help us and the community.
Ava’s mummy is a police officer and very kindly brought lots of police equipment for us to look at.
Our Caretaker/ Lollipop lady also came and spoke to us about how to cross the road safely.
On Thursday 4th April we had a Nursery and School Spirituality Day.
The children took part in lots of activities that helped them to pray in different ways. Charlotte’s mum very kindly offered to come and do some Yoga with the children. Thank you very much we really enjoyed it.
- Musical Prayers
- Playdough Prayers
- Sensory Light Tent
- Yoga with Charlotte’s mum.
- Calming bottles
Today we had some very special visitors in our nursery. We invited our Mum/Nan/Auntie to come and join us for a stay and play session.
First of all we sang ‘ Gods Love Is’ and I’m so special’.
Then we had the opportunity to:
1) Make a bracelet.
2) Plant a seed.
3) Create some beautiful flowers.
4) Count special hearts and match to the correct numeral.
5) A special picture in our Mothers day Photo booth.
As it was a special day for our Mum’s we treated them to a mini afternoon tea with delicious scones and cakes.
Finally we gathered back together and sand some nursery rhymes and listened to the story ‘ Guess How Much I Love You’.
We talked about Ash Wednesday being the start of Lent.
Mrs Ashton gave us our ashes, we thought about Jesus and then said a special prayer.
If we didn’t want to have ashes on our head Mrs Ashton said a special blessing.
On World Book Day as a school our focus was mathematics.
We listened to the stories ‘ Ten In The Bed and Five Little Monkeys Jumping on The Bed’.
The children counted the bears sleeping in the bed.
The children came to Nursery dressed in their pyjamas. The children were given the opportunity to bring in their favourite book from home. They talked about why it was their favourite book.