Nursery Words Summer Week 3
We have been learning all about frogs in the past couple of weeks; the colours they are, the noises they make and their lifecycle. We sadly still haven’t had any frogspawn in our own pond area, but the children have spent lots of time in the pond area, observing what they see and even engaging in observational drawing.
I have shown a few prospective parents around Nursery this week. They all commented on the bright, beautifully furnished rooms but what I loved hearing them say was how engaged and happy all the children were. This is always lovely to hear and we agree. Our Nursery children have access to such wonderful resources and the staff are so passionate about Early Years education, that there is always something to spark the children’s curiosity, prompt conversation and give them a reason to smile. On that note, I would like to let you know that on Monday we will be welcoming the chick eggs and the incubator, and we will be watching what happens over the next couple of weeks. We are all very excited!
Forest School next week it’s the turn of the Beehive class. Please see the letter here regarding Nursery Forest School Sessions for the summer term.
Nursery Summer Concert Please let us know if you will be attending.
Holiday Care You can now book the holiday care for May half-term. Please click here to view the information and to book.
Request If you have skimmed milk at home, please can you save the red tops and bring them in for us to use. Thank you.
Have a lovely weekend.
Mrs Ainsley and the Nursery Team.