- Today we joined Sam’s Safari on a camping adventure. We got ready, packed our bag and climbed a mountain and pitched our rent in a perfect spot. We met lots of animals on our journey including stick insects, frogs, hedgehogs, Bruce the bearded dragon and Peter the rabbit! Not forgetting the tortoise and Kerry the snake! The story helped us to learn about the animals, what they eat and their habitats.
On Wednesday 7th November all parents of children within EYFS are invited to join us at our family learning event and come and meet Sam’s Safari. Sam’s Safari will take us on a camping adventure where we will be able to meet many animals along the story adventure.
Nursery parents are invited to attend one of the following sessions:
Arrive at nursery doors before the session starts. Nursery gates will be locked before the session begins so please be on time.
Class 3: 1:45-2:30 pm (arrive at nursery doors for 1:30 pm)
Class 4: 10:30-11:15 am (arrive at nursery doors for 10:15 am)
Hope to see you there
The EYFS team
Please note at the end of the day parents will still need to collect children from their classroom door .
Sunset club staff and children enjoyed ‘film night’ to celebrate the end of the half term. Great fun was had by all!
In our maths learning we have been learning about size and measuring. We compared sixes and lengths before half term and will be looking at height weight and capacity in the next few weeks. Here are some photographs of the children working collaboratively to measure the pictures of farm animal footprints using cubes and rulers. An awesome maths lesson.
As part of our thematic learning we looked for signs of autumn and later that day created pictures using the autumn leaves we found in the outdoor area.
It was a very windy afternoon today and the wind was blowing our towers down. We found new ways to build our towers so that they were stronger and the wind couldn’t blow them down. We had lots of fun!
Thank you so much for all the generous food donations that you brought to school. We delivered the food on Wednesday to the Thorne and moorends community hub and food bank. They were ever so please to receive such a vast amount of food and send their thanks. The children were really excited to take the food and loved every minute there and were even treated to a little drink and snack. (unfortunately we couldn’t take everyone) however if you would like to go and donate more food it’s worth the trip. It’s open every Wednesday morning and its in the rugby club house next to trinity academy.