Weekly News 22.09.23

It has been a lovely second week in nursery this week and Mrs Hilton, Mrs Bell and Mrs Proctor are so pleased with how the children have settled in the nursery. This week we have been learning about ‘All about Me’ learning about how we all look different and how we can show different feelings. The children have been painting portraits of themselves, created their own ‘colour monster’ (a monster with feelings) and continued exploring the different areas. We have been following the new golden rule this week, ‘To listen in class‘ and praised children who listened to instructions. We have also been singing different nursery rhymes but particularly focused on ‘Incy Wincy Spider’.

Nursery Rhyme of the Week

The Nursery Rhyme bags have been sent home with Isabella (morning) and Peggy (afternoon) this week, so will look forward to seeing their nursery rhyme picture in the activity books on Monday.

Remember to bring the bag back to school on Monday.

Next week we will be listening to and learning ‘Humpty Dumpty’.

If there are technical issues then link to BBC Humpty dumpty.

The Star of the Week Achievements

Well Done to the Morning children who received ‘The Star of the Day’ certificates this week:

Monday – Jax, Tuesday – Joey, Wednesday – Layla, Thursday – Isabella, Friday- Hudson

Well done to the Afternoon children who received ‘The Star of the Day‘ certificates this week:

Monday – Peggy, Tuesday – Logan, Wednesday – Theo, Thursday – Eliza, Friday – Ava.

All for good listening and helping to tidy up their areas in nursery.

Mrs Hilton, Mrs Bell and Mrs Proctor and very proud of you all!

Remember the Golden Rules in nursery:

Happy Birthdays

We would all like to wish Oscar (morning) a Happy Birthday this week. Happy Birthday Oscar! Have a fantastic day!

Have a super weekend everyone and we will see on Monday,

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