Children filled buckets up with flowers, leaves and feathers this week to make cards and pictures for the special people in their lives. They also cut out pictures of flowers to stick on, and painted and printed daffodils. It was great to see everyone back this week and get to know a few new children.


Eager to show off their costumes and excited to share their books we celebrated World Book Day with lots of stories and activities. Focussing on ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’ our role play area was set up with a table, chairs, plates, cups and saucers. The children wrote an invitation to their friends and …

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Milder weather this week allowed us to spend more time outside. In the garden the children enjoyed digging in the sand and using chalk to draw. At the allotments the children played hide and seek, buried their feet in the pebbles, pushed wheelbarrows and washed themselves down with the hosepipe. One afternoon was spent playing …

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With so many celebrations happening over half term we had to start early! Friday 12th February is the start of the Lunar New Year and the children enjoyed activities such as red rice and chopsticks, matching gold coins and red envelopes, and acting out ‘The Great Race: The story of the Chinese Zodiac’. Sunday 14th …

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To celebrate National Hedgehog Day on Tuesday 2nd February the children observed photo’s, statues and models of hedgehogs, then made their own. Using a range of different materials such as bread, pears, plasticine and playdough they made lovely unique figures to take home (including a shark and a dinosaur!). Other nocturnal wildlife models in a …

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To celebrate the Big Garden Birdwatch the children made fat balls to hang up at the allotments, chopped up fruit to put in the garden bird feeders and made birds nests out of spaghetti. On our walk along the railway line we found lots of ice, mud and puddles to explore. Marj helped the children …

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This weeks outdoor activities included a number hunt, hide the teddy, posting letters and tennis. Back inside the children painted foil fish for the frozen display and listened to a ‘bed time’ story. Using their fine physical skills the children used tongs to pick pom poms up with, and later their mathematical skills to sort …

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