We hope you all enjoy a great half-term and see you all on Monday 3rd June to begin our last half-term of the school year! As we have enjoyed a period of warm weather lately, please remember to send a sun hat into nursery with your child each day. Please apply sun cream before each session. Thank you 😎
Continuing with our 'People Who Help Us' topic, we welcomed some more visitors into Nursery this week. Many thanks to Mrs Mitchell, Brent, Sue and Chloe for taking the time to tell us about their jobs. We looked carefully at symbols and words on different products and warning signs and talked about their meaning. We learned about all the jobs that need to be done in school to keep us safe and we had a go at carrying out some of the tasks ourselves! We left the classroom spark
We were very excited to welcome PC Bladon into nursery this week! We have been learning about 'People who help us' so we would like to thank PC Bladon for kindly coming in to tell us about his important job. We read the story of Burglar Bill and had fun continuing the theme in our role play, dressing up in disguise! The children took 'selfies' as well as taking part in a 'line up' to see who was tallest/shortest.
We have been finding out about the role of postal workers this week. The children are always very keen to post letters or books or indeed plastic food through any opening their little hands find! We found a huge post box in the main school and brought it over to nursery. We quickly filled the post box with letters, postcards, Birthday cards, stamps and lots more! The children have been using their name cards to help them write their name on each letter they post.
We welcomed a very special visitor into Nursery this week.....our very own crossing lady, Mary! The children were so excited to see her and we gained an insight into her important role. The children were keen to ask questions and we talked about general road safety, road signs and their meanings. Mary told us she has been working at the school for 13 years, following her retirement! We are all very grateful for the vital service she provides and we thank Mary for taking the t