Mrs Wilding's Words Autumn 3
Nursery children have made modes of transport for travelling into Europe out of huge boxes including a ferry (Honeycomb), a car (Beehive) and the Eurostar train (Busy Bees). They have talked about their holidays to different countries in Europe, sorted transport toys by type and colour and have counted them, and have been learning related songs. 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. Transition children have had lots of fun learning about places and people in Australia this week, have created a beautiful display of their paintings of Uluru (Ayres Rock), talked about the Aboriginal people, decorating their own faces with Aboriginal designs, and making fairy bread, a 1920’s Australian children’s party food.
A very big thank you goes to everyone who joined in our “Jeans for Genes” day today. We raised £36.60 for this very worthy cause.
The week commencing 23rd September the three nursery classes will continue talking about “Europe” and doing a range of related crafts. The number for the week is 3, the colour is green and the letter is v. Any green items will be perfect for their “show and tell” activities. Transition children will be learning about Australian animals and the letter t.
We have our first Open Morning of the year for prospective parents on Friday 27th so thank you in advance for your recommendations.
Please name your child’s jumper and T-shirt. We encourage independent skills and children are managing to take off their own jumpers. A problem arises for us when we then need to give them back and no name or a name of a former child is on the label! Please help us to help you.