Summer 2 2019
Welcome back after half term!
Please click here for our latest newsletter and curriculum overview. There are some important dates outlined on the newsletter and also below:
Dates for your diary:
- Friday 7th June: Pjamarama. Your child can come to school in their pajamas and bring in their favourite book for us to share together.
- Monday 10th June: Eid Celebration day. Children can come to nursery in their party clothes.
- Thursday 13th June: Nursery Sport’s Day (10.30 for morning children and 2 p.m. for afternoon children). Children can wear their sports clothes. Parents and grandparents are more than welcome to join us.
- Wednesday 19th June – Reception Induction Meeting at 2 p.m. for parents of all children moving into our Reception class. This will be held in the Reception classroom.
- Friday 21st June – Summer Fair 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.
- Friday 28th June – Sacred Heart Day
- Friday 5th July – Friendly Friday.
- Thursday 11th July: Teddy Bears Picnic. Please note all children are invited to attend the morning session for our teddy bear’s picnic. Children are invited to bring their teddy and £1 for an ice-cream. Nursery will be closed in the afternoon.
- Friday 19th July: Graduation celebration (10.30 for morning children and 2 p.m. for afternoon children).
- Tuesday 23rd July: End of Year Party with Reception. All children are invited to attend in the morning (8.55-11.55).
- Wednesday 24th July: This is our last day in Nursery. School closes at 3.15 today!
We have enjoyed watching our caterpillars change into butterflies. Today we set our butterflies free.
Teddy Bears Picnic
Eid Celebration Day
Today we had an Eid celebration day. We wore our party clothes, made peppermint creams, ate some delicious food and played some party games. We took Eid cards home for our family. Some very kind mummies came into nursery and painted special Mendhi patterns on our hands.
Multicultural and Expressive Arts Theme Week
This week we have enjoyed a special theme week. We based our learning and activities around Africa and in particular the story of 'Handa's Hen'. We made clay pots like the ones Handa and her friend Ayeyo find lizards. We also moved to African music and made our own musical shakers. We had the opportunity to explore large African drums, and used different parts of our hands and different parts of the drum to create different sounds. On Friday we came to school in our pajamas and shared our favourite books.