Plays, trees and decorations.
The festive season is upon us in Ruby class.
The children have practising the songs for our performance next week. Thank you for sending in their costumes, with some adornments made in class they will look brilliant.
It is very festive in class, we have a Christmas tree and decorations and the children have made their own bauble designs.
We have been busy making our display for the village windows, have a look out this weekend.
Nursery have made Three Kings.
Den building in the dell
Our visit to the dell on Wednesday was very exciting last week. With the help of Mr Taylor, we enjoyed a morning making dens.
The children collected sticks to make their own dens for play people. It was lovely to watch the children working together to make them.
The adults had prepared a large den to have snack in. The children found this quite an adventure.
A new Dark Tent
On Monday the children were very excited to play in our new dark tent. We supplied them with torches to explore.
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We have also had a focus on shapes and had many activities included a shape hunt in the playground where the children had clipboards to mark the shapes they found.
We also had an obstacle course which went around the playground.
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Busy Dell visit
On Wednesday Ruby Class went to the dell with clipboards and a collection bag.
The children had a list of things we might find this time of year (nature was given a helping hand by the adults)
They were looking for fir cones, conkers, different coloured leaves and sticks.
After our visit we spent some time looking at our collections.
Many thanks to Mr Taylor for coming in to help.
Early Years were lucky to have Mrs Mahammad to teach them about the Hindu celebration of Diwali.
Many of the staff were dressed in a Sari. Mrs Mahammad explained how they were fitted and about the decoration. She bless the class with a candle and told the traditional tale of phenterminehealth.com Rama and Sita.
Many thanks to Mrs Mahammad.
Songs and Art work
Our annual Harvest assembly was well attended today. Nursery Ruby Class were able to show some of the activities we based around the story “The Little Red Hen”. We had wheat painting, growing cress and tasting different breads.
Opal and Topaz displayed some hedgehogs they had made from natural materials. Years 1 and 2 were looking at health foods and the foods that we bring to the harvest table. I particularly liked the Baked Beans!
They all sang some harvest songs about farmers work and different beans, backed with some well rehearsed actions. Of course the mandatory Dingle Dangle Scarecrow from Nursery.
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All About Me
This Friday Early Years came dressed in an outfit that had meaning to them. After assembly Ruby, Opal and Topaz classes got together to parade their costumes and outfits for each other.
All the classes had been learning a song to perform to the others and then we all had a go at yoga!
The children looked lovely in their numerous outfits, here are just a few.
This week Nursery ventured to the dell to listen and role play the story “The Journey”.
Mrs Lawes read and helped the children use items from our story sack to listen to the story of the little boat who went on a long journey. Miss Smith sat in the boat with the children to make it move along with the character in the book.