Week ending: Friday 29th June 2018
Week ending:Friday 22nd June 2018
Listen to the chorus of the Brontosaurus.....
Week ending: Friday 8th June 2018
Can you guess which country we've been learning about?
So long, farewell...
Week ending: Friday 11th May 2018
EYFS Bake sale
Wednesday 2nd May 2018
We're raising money for our new Mud Kitchen come and buy some yummy treats that we have made.
Happy St George's Day!!
This week the nursery class have walked to the post box to post something very special for mummy.
I wonder how long it will take before it plops though the letterbox at home? Remember to let Mrs Blake know and we'll see whose letter gets makes it home first.
Guinea pig Mania
We had so much fun snuggling our soft white guinea pig. We found it very funny when she pooped!!
week ending: Friday 2nd February 2018
Down in the Jungle...
The Australian Outback
week ending:Friday 5th January 2018
Happy New Year
Welcome back everyone! We've had a lovely first week back and it was so fabulous to see all the children again and listen to all their exciting news.
This week we've started learning our first sounds: s a t p. Try hunting for these sounds in books and out and about while shopping and visiting family and friends. We would definitely recommend using the website phonics play to help build up recognition of these sounds too.
week ending:8th December 2017
Mrs Blake's most favourite time of year is coming up! Please share this lovely story with your child(ren).
week ending: Friday 1st December 2017
This week we have been sharing the story of Owl Babies. Watch the animation or enjoy the book together. We have had a go at weaving like mummy owls do for nests, making big and small owls with the playdough and snuggling in our very own owl nest to read owl themed stories.
week ending: Friday 24th November 2017
The Gruffalo's Child
This week we have been sharing the story of The Gruffalo's Child. We also read The Gruffalo. We drew our own terrible monsters and used playdough to make the big, bad mouse.
week ending: 10.11.17
Lest we forget
The children helped to make two large poppies with Miss Faulkner, covering them in red handprints.