Mrs Wilding’s Weekly Words Summer 2
In the three nursery rooms the children have settled very well and had a busy time both indoors and out. Some lovely people pictures have been made, singing with Mrs Challis sounded wonderful and they coped remarkably well with the Open Day last Friday when we had a big number of prospective parents visiting us. Thank you for your recommendations and we always welcome reviews on the website 'daynurseries.co.uk'.
Transition children have had a very busy week and have been sowing cress seeds in the shape of their first initial. They have planted broad and runner beans in jars to observe which one grows quicker, their root systems and general similarities and differences. Having looked at the sequence of a plant life cycle they then cut out pictures of a sunflower life cycle and put these into the correct sequence.
The week commencing 7th May (6th is a bank holiday) the nursery children will be learning about the life cycle of a frog, the colour green, the number 2 and the letter m. Any small toys incorporating a frog or green would be ideal as their “Show and Tell” item this week.
Transition children will continue learning about plants and growing and the letter l.
If your child is leaving Claires Court Nursery at the end of this term please ensure that you put notice in writing as soon as possible but at the latest by half term and include the name of the school your child is transferring to. Children moving into Claires Court reception classes do not need to do this.
Please remember to put ice packs into the lunch box as we do not store the boxes in refrigerators.
Although the weather is getting warmer please still send in a coat with your child as the temperature does fluctuate and we do go outside every day.
If your child does ballet on Monday afternoons please send in named pink (girls tend to like these) or black (boys tend to wear this colour) leather ballet shoes.
Enjoy the long weekend!