In Reception this week we have made our own treasure chests. Hopefully, they’ll keep our treasure nice and safe and no sneaky pirates will steal them from us!
Last night, some sneaky pirates stole the treasure from our Foundation Stage garden! They left us a secret note and a treasure map and, with a little help from Captain Lyla, Captain Clark and Captain Edwards, we were able to use the map to find our treasure hiding in the mud kitchen.
We also had a visit from Captain Swashbuckle Franks asking for his treasure to be returned immediately! We wanted to make sure that he didn’t return so we made a special spell and lots of signs warning him to stay away.
I’ve loved sharing bedtime stories with you on the website and Mrs Franks has enjoyed sharing stories with her son Thomas.
Here he is reading Dinosaur Roar with his own dinosaurs.
What have you been reading whilst at home? Let us know in the comments below.
To lighten the mood today we raffled some of the Easter eggs which were donated. The winning children were very happy to win their egg until Miss Clark caused chaos in EYFS. We returned to find Miss Clark with chocolate around her mouth and the eggs were missing! We even had to involve Mrs Marshall.
Miss Clark received a time out to make sure realised the error of her ways and luckily she had only eaten the teacher chocolate and found the missing eggs. After her punishment and an apology the children decided she was allowed to plan again.
Our children make us proud everyday and today is certainly no exception! In these uncertain times our one constant is that the children will make us laugh and smile. Thank you to Year 3 for helping us enjoy our morning and a massive thank you to all of our parents for their support and kind words.
Such a fun day together with our EYFS family ❤️