Monthly Archives: December 2017

A King is Born!

A massive well done to all of the children in our Foundation Stage who performed our nativity this week for all the parents, grandparents and friends who wanted to come.

They sang their hearts out and spoke with clear loud voices. We were very proud of them all.

Thanks to all who came and for all the positive comments.

Thank you too to everyone who helped with teas, coffees and selling raffle tickets.

Apologies for the raffle not being drawn on Friday. We will draw the tickets with the children on Monday and ensure the winners receive their prizes.

Mrs Simons

A King is Born!

A massive well done to all the children in our Foundation Stage. They performed our nativity play 4 times this week to ensure that all parents, grandparents and other family members who wanted to come could share the pride we feel in the children. They sang their hearts out, and those with acting parts and lines to learn were superstars!

Thank you to everyone who came to support us, and to those who helped with teas, coffees and selling raffle tickets.

Apologies for the raffle not being drawn on Friday. We will draw it with the children on Monday morning and make sure the winners receive their prizes.

Mrs Simons

Important Dates for Next Week and Show Stoppers

We have a busy week coming up:

On Monday the children will be taking home beautiful handmade Christmas gifts for their families.

Sprinkling.

Writing.

Gluing.

Decorating.

Painting.

On Tuesday we’ll be visiting the Nursery again as some of the children will be moving up after Christmas.

On Wednesday we’re having our Christmas party.

Thursday is very special as Santa Claus will be visiting us with a sack full of gifts.

Friday is the last day of term. It’s sure to be extremely exciting!

It has been a busy week, full of imagination.

We took turns in taking to the stage.

It was too slippy to go outdoors on Monday so the snow came indoors.

We learned a little about animals who live in the snow.

Our snowmen display was completed.

Each of us has been creative and constructive.

Following instructions to go backwards, forwards, stop and go became a doddle.

We took part in Christmas jumper day.

Our families played guess who?

We connected our home life with imaginative play in our doctors surgery. Our children are extremely caring!

We relaxed whilst reading.

A jumper prompted Gruffalo half hour.

Well done to those families who are clearly tracing words with their fingers as they read to their children. It’s moving them forward towards a bright reading future.

Mrs Gibson