As part of the birthday celebrations for the shop, we were invited over for a ‘Babychino’! We went in small groups and took with us some salt dough decorations to make and then hung them on the Christmas tree
We have been looking at the Autumn leaves recently and found some beautiful red ones. We went and said ‘hello’ to our elm tree and saw that all the leaves had been shed, ready for the winter.
Talking about tooth brushing today! We had made some large plaster teeth that the children cleaned with tooth brushes. It led to all sorts of conversations !
Hopefully not the last of the Autumn sun, but how lovely to be enjoying building carefully whilst lying down on a mat outside!
Although not quite back to “normal” as yet, things are progressing well and we are all looking forward to this half term. Not only because we are heading towards Christmas, but also due to the fun and exciting activities the staff have put in place. This Newsletter contains information regarding our Christmas Production and details […]
Block play is such a great activity! So much physical and imaginary scope…..
The music session today was such fun as you can tell by these happy faces! New songs, lots of dancing and movement and great participation!
The little garden has been very successful! The children have had quite a few beans at snack time and have really enjoyed planting and watching everything growing. We have enjoyed seeing the mini beasts enjoying it too! Worms, spiders, bees and even wasps! The sweet peas have smelt lovely too! We are going to dry […]
We are really looking forward to welcoming back all our returning families, and saying a big hello to our new families. It will be great to hear from the children all their latest news. Covid practices are still in place, but we are determined the children’s time at the setting will not be interrupted or […]
The first little frog was sitting on a stone this morning! The children were very patient having waited for the frogspawn to hatch and the tadpoles to develop. It was lovely to see their faces!