Keep on Running!

Reception class has been racing and competing as a class to win our daily mile trophy each day! We are getting faster every day and really trying our best! We have been talking about how to stay healthy and why exercise is so important for us.


Exploring with Lemon Class children

We are happy to announce that Lemon class in the 2-year-old setting has been open in the afternoon. The children are settling in very well and enjoying all the activities.

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

Lemon children exploring different activities indoors and outdoors.

This slideshow requires JavaScript.



The Gingerbread Man!

In Nursery, we have been learning about “The Gingerbread Man”.

We were very excited to make our own gingerbread men. We were very careful when we opened the oven to make sure they didn’t run away!

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

2 Year Old Provision Update

In our 2 two years old setting, we encourage our children to speak in sentences and also to dress themselves. Activities like riding a tricycle, throwing and catching a ball are also encouraged. Playing in the construction area and dressing up in the home corner is always enjoyable for the children as well as painting and cooking.
Please take a look at the children exploring all the activities

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

The Chicks – British National Science Week

The nursery children have been learning about the life cycle of chicks. We asked the Mrs Cox to bring the children out so we could ask them questions. One of the questions was about how long they had had the chicks for. Their answer was 7 days. Then the children held the chicks, but put them down quickly because it was the chicks first time coming out of their home.

There were other questions we asked them like how the chicks hatch and their answer was because they were in their incubator, which was warm and made the eggs hatch. Then they counted how many chicks there were and they said five chicks. Then we asked them what the chicks’ names were. Two of the nursery children said they were called ‘chicks’ and the other two nursery children said ‘Inky’ and ‘Duck’.

Other questions were: what do you know about chicks? Their answer was that the chicks start off as an egg then the chicks hatch. Afterwards we asked them what they were learning about chickens and they said they are learning about their life cycle. We also asked them what will happen when they get bigger and then they answered they will get more chick eggs. The final question we asked them was where they were from and they explained they were from the farm.

– written by Hussain and Taimur (Year 6)

This slideshow requires JavaScript.