Well done to even more children in the Foundation Stage who can now ride their bikes!
Congratulations Sadie, Alice, Blossom, Sophie and Jay.
This week all of the children participated in Road Safety awareness. We had great fun using the role play resources and learning to ride bikes.
The Foundation stage are looking at different modes of transport this term. Thanks to the generous donations of scooters and bikes from parents the children have been improving their balancing and traveling skills.
These superstars, with the help of Miss Hope, have mastered riding a bike without stabilisers!
Well done to Aimee, Oliver, Elliot, James, Jake and Woody!
Hopefully more medals will be given out next week. 🚲
We are still accepting donations if you have a scooter or bike (pedal or balance) that you no longer need. Thank you
To begin our topic of “My Colourful World”, the Early Years have been looking at the Elmer stories. We have had such fun making our own Elmers, experimenting with different patterns and making posters get a lost teddy back home.
Here are some pictures of creations.
We can’t even begin to describe how proud we are of the Foundation Stage stars for putting on such a professional performance of Frozen for our Christmas production.
Every child was amazing!
Last week, the children in the Foundation Stage enjoyed a fantastic Christmas party.
We played games, ate food and even had a visit from Santa!
Today, the Nursery Children had a fantastic time at West Boldon Lodge learning all about being an Elf.
We started by making our own Christmas hats before exploring the Candy Cane forest. We searched for made Christmas jigsaws and sang Christmas songs as we toasted marsh mellows by the campfire. Then we went back inside to help deliver Christmas presents and drink some hot chocolate.
However the best part of the day was meeting Santa and finding out if we were on the Nice list.
As always the children were excellent ambassadors for the school.
Did you have a favourite part? Comment below.
The snow has arrived! For the majority of the children in the Foundation Stage Unit it was their first experience of snow so we put on our wellies and waterproofs on to go investigate. Although each group only stayed out for 5 minutes, they gained so much from the experience by using descriptive language, discussing scientific processes such as melting and exploring something new.
What do you like to do in the snow? Let us know in the comments section below.