Mrs Wilding’s Weekly Words Autumn 3
Nursery children have made farm animal face masks, have played with small world farms, sorted animals by type and counted them, and have been learning a farm related song. They were so excited on Monday morning when they discovered the lilac bantums in the nursery garden! Mrs Britt had brought in a cockerel and a couple of hens from her farm which the children were able to handle, feed and observe. Later in the week the children went for a walk around the school, managing the staircases really well and discovering the offices and dining room.
A very big thank you goes to everyone who joined in our 'Jeans for Genes' day today. We raised £33.00 for this very worthy cause.
I ran out of space last week to mention that we all celebrated Rosh Hashanah, Jewish New Year, by listening to related stories and eating apple dipped in honey, which the children thoroughly enjoyed.
The week commencing 24 September the three nursery classes will be talking about “Autumn Foods” and doing a range of related crafts. The number for the week is 3, the colour is orange and the letter is s. Any orange items will be perfect for their “show and tell” activities.
We have our first Open Morning of the year for prospective parents on Friday 28 September so thank you in advance for your recommendations.
And finally …
I wish to take this opportunity to say a huge thank to Miss Green for her true dedication, loyalty and passion for teaching young children. She has now worked for Claires Court for 25 years and has inspired children and adults alike during each and every one of these.