Mrs Wilding's Words Autumn Term Week 5
The children will be having their photographs taken on Monday 17th October and if your child does not attend on Mondays you are more than welcome to come in and have the picture taken at 8.45a.m. These make lovely family Christmas presents.
We look forward to seeing you at the Fireworks Evening on Saturday 15th October held at the Claires Court Junior Boys site, Ridgeway, as it is always a wonderful family occasion for all ages. Please see posters / ask staff for details.
Please return any clothes which your children have borrowed from the Nursery and remember to name all outdoor clothing, jumpers, tee shirts, boots and shoes. If you have clothing for 3 year olds such as joggers, leggings, underwear and socks that you no longer require we would welcome them.
The nursery children have been happily creating Humpty Dumpty and there are some “crackingly” good displays in their rooms. I walked into one of the rooms to see jam tarts being hastily consumed, provided by the Queen of Hearts (aka Mrs Freeman)! To add to the “h” letter of the week honey featured on Tuesday as the children were dipping their apple slices into some as they celebrated Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. Enough of the alliteration for this week!
Transition children had a great week looking at the story of “The Enormous Turnip”. They retold the story using finger puppets, made a sequence book of the story, held, smelt and tasted turnip and discussed lots of words meaning enormous.
The week commencing Monday 10th October the nursery classes will be looking at the colour black, the letter i, the number 5 and the rhyme “Incy Wincy Spider” whilst Transition children will be learning about “The Billy Goats Gruff” and the letter b.