Mrs Wilding's Words Lent 11
Transition and nursery children have started talking and learning about Easter. They have been cutting out and printing related things as well as starting their Easter baskets, cards, bonnets and enjoying a range of related stories. I feel sure the hunt for eggs will be enormous fun and have a feeling that the Easter Bunny is planning a visit. If it’s anything like last year he left muddy footprints throughout the Transition room but was forgiven when lots of eggs were found in the garden!
The Nursery Department charities week raffle for ‘Reuben’s Fight’ raised £150.00. The lucky winner was Kiron in Busybees class. Thank you to all that helped towards this very worthy cause.
During the week commencing 26 March the nursery and Transition children will continue learning about Easter. Nursery children will also be learning about the letter g and discover how to make the colour brown.
The clocks change this weekend but with the “eggscitement” of Easter fast approaching I’m sure the loss of an hour will not cause too many problems for your children!
Request – Mum’s Netball Tournament
One of our new mothers, Natasha Ostrowski, has asked me to find out if any of the Nursery mothers would be interested in making up a “Claires Court Mums” netball team for a tournament she is involved with. It will be teams of mothers from different local schools whose children currently attend the school they are representing. This will take place on Sunday 13 May 9.30am-14.30pm at Great Marlow School and funds raised will go to that school. She needs 9 players and the entrance fee will be £10 per person. She can be contacted on 07583284617. I will also put her sign-up sheets and the Tournament Rules in Transition and the Nursery hall for more information.
Term finishes on Tuesday after a full Nursery day and After School Care is in operation for the Nursery Department children only, i.e. not main school. We wish you all a very happy and peaceful Easter break and look forward to seeing everybody feeling rested and refreshed when the summer term starts on Wednesday 18 April.
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