Mrs Wilding's Words Autumn Week 7
Please check your email as I have sent the “2build a profile” observations of your child for this half term.
Please inform us if your child will be away at the time of our Nursery Department Christmas production which will take place on Tuesday 6th December at 9.15 a.m. with the dress rehearsal happening the day before. We ask that all children attend both mornings even if it is not a booked session.
Following the publication by Public Health England this month please be aware that all 2, 3 and 4 year old children (born between 1.09.2011 - 31.08.2014 and all children in school years 1, 2 and 3 (born 1.09.2008 – 31.08.2011) are now eligible for the nasal spray ‘flu vaccination. More information can be found on NHS Choices nhs.uk/child-flu
We wish you all a very happy half term fortnight and will take this opportunity to let you know the Thames Valley Police Halloween code:
Please only call at houses you know! Don’t knock on doors where there is a “No trick or treat” sign.
Be visible – your children may be dressed as dark beings but they need to be seen by other road users.
Take a torch with you.
Stay in areas lit well by street lights. Be careful not to frighten vulnerable people, especially the elderly.
Don’t let your children talk to strangers on the street.
Don’t let your children go into any houses.
No treat means no trick – don’t let a good night go bad. Please respect other people’s wishes!
The nursery classes have been planting beans as part of their topic related to “Jack and the Beanstalk” so all the staff are hopeful that when we come back after half term there will be pots of gold in the classrooms but no signs of an unfriendly giant!!
As always the children have been busy, busy, busy and they have been learning so much. Numbers are hanging from the ceilings, display boards are filling up and many of their creations go home on a daily basis. The half term has disappeared in a wink but it has been lovely to see so many children settled and enjoying the nursery routines.
Transition children have been using the story of “Goldilocks and the Three Bears” to make masks and act out the tale. They have used their mathematics skills to arrange pictures in size order, have created a wonderful display of the tale by creating bears and their possessions in different sizes and have eaten real porridge. Their messy play this week included wet and dry porridge oats.
The week commencing 7th November the nursery classes will be learning about and discussing “Snow White”, and will do a range of related crafts. Their number is 7, the colour is white the letter is k. Transition children will be reading and learning about “Jack and the Beanstalk” and the letter p.
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