Weekly News 15.3.24

This week the nursery children continued learning about Spring and learnt about life cycles, mainly about ‘The life cycle of a Sunflower’. We listened to the story about ‘The tiny seed’ and also listened to ‘The life cycle of a Sunflower’. The children worked on ordering the life cycle, identifying the key pictures – seeds, a shoot, a flower fully grown and a flower that’s died. The children enjoyed painting daffodils, creating sheep and chicks, exploring with a range of tools and choosing a range of materials. We ended the week with ‘Red Nose Day’, the children enjoyed getting dressed up and doing Red Nose activities. They even enjoyed playing with a large box!

Well Done everyone and Thank you, we raised £225 for Red Nose Day.

Important Notices


There have been changes with the PE sessions for afternoon children.

Morning Nursery PE is on Wednesday morning.

Afternoon Nursery PE is on a Friday afternoon.

No PE Clothing is required as the children take their socks and shoes off in the hall, but the children can wear black joggers or leggings on these particular days. Please can I ask that children who have their ears pierced, to have their earrings removed on these days otherwise they will be covered. Earrings should only be small studs.

We are learning Ball skills this term.

Eggs are currently been donated by members of staff for the school raffle. The tickets will be drawn in assembly during the week beginning 18th March. Raffle tickets will be available from Wednesday 13th March at a cost of 20p. It will be easier to go to the office to buy the tickets and they will add your child’s name.

Nursery Rhyme of the Week

Connect to ‘Kiboomers’ ‘Five little Easter eggs’. In nursery this week we will be listening to Easter nursery rhymes.

Star Pupil of the Week Achievements

Well Done Ivy  (morning) who has received the ‘Star of the Week’ certificate, for showing wonderful manners. Well Done Ivy!

Well Done Arabella (afternoon) who has received the ‘Star of the Week’ certificate, for being a great role model in nursery. Well Done Arabella!

Mrs Hilton, Mrs Bell and Mrs Proctor are very proud of you all! Remember the Golden rules in nursery:

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