Well done to all Foundation Stage children for 4 fantastic performances of the Nativity!
Thank you too to all the family and friends who supported us and left us some very touching comments.
We wish you all a very Happy Christmas!
Here is a little bit of information about what we will be covering next week in F2. Each week this will be displayed on the classroom door for parents to see. If you have any questions, please pop in and ask at the end of the day.
Week Commencing 15th October:
||e, v, w, z
||Child initiated activities with a variety of equipment set out throughout the week
||Exploring genres of music
|Story of the week
|Visits / Notes
F2 Visit to the Library and Flower Park
On Thursday 25th October the F2 children will be taking a walk to Clifton Library and the Flower Park. The aim is to talk about the autumnal changes that are happening this time of year and to encourage children’s love of stories and books, all in the local community. Children may bring their library cards and take out some books if they wish. If this is the case, please let us know and make sure they have their book bag.
We are in need of parent helpers to accompany our walk. Unlike many of our Nursery trips, this is not a family trip. If you are able to spend the session supporting our walk, please let us know. Without extra volunteers we will not be able to leave the school site. Please complete the form at the bottom and hand it back to your child’s teacher.
Mrs Smith and Mrs Litchfield
This week we have been learning about healthy lifestyles, in particular a balanced diet.
The children tasted a number of different fruits, from strawberries to flat peaches. We were especially pleased that all the children took part and tried a fruit they had never tasted before.
After tasting all the fruit, the children voted on their favourite. They then made a class pictogram of the most and least popular fruits. As it happened, both classes chose the same winner….strawberries!
We believe it is important to encourage the children to always try new things, including school dinners, how else will we know if we like them?
Mrs Smith & Mrs Litchfield