A busy week in Nursery

Friday 8th October | 2 comments

A busy week with four seasons in one week!

The children have continued to enjoy joining in with our story of the half term ‘Dear Zoo’ and have been thinking about the word ‘tall’. They have a good understanding of this word but it would be very helpful if you can reinforce this learning at home.

The children really enjoy joining in with the ‘Write dance’ activities. Here is one we have been doing in Nursery…

Here is one of the number rhymes we have been singing…

The children have been taking part in lots of activities both inside and outside. Most are child-initiated but they have also enjoyed helping to clear our vegetable plot ready to plant some new seeds and listening to stories in small groups as well as so much more! Have a look at our busy week…

The week after next we are having our parent’ evenings. Here is the link to book at time if you haven’t already.


Don’t forget you can ‘like’ the Nursery blog posts or add a comment. It is always lovely to receive feedback on what we have been doing.

Have a lovely weekend and enjoy the warm weather, from the Nursery team.

2 responses to “A busy week in Nursery”

  1. Mr Mitra says:

    Thanks Mrs Fulton and Team! We’ve been putting the song on since you sent it a couple minutes ago, Sunaina was so shocked we had it at home it was so sweet. She danced along for ages.

  2. Rebecca, Lauren's mum says:

    The children look like they’ve had a great week. Thank you for sharing photos of what they get up to, it’s great to have an insight into their time at school. Can’t wait to try the song at home to see if we get the same reaction as Sunaina’s parents! We can tell that you have been working on helping the children to become more independent. Lauren has been saying “I’ll try to do it myself mummy, and if I can’t I will ask for some help”, which is very positive and shows she is listening and applying her learning outside of school too.

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