Whilst we are trying to keep the number of adults visiting the school to an absolute minimum, we recognise there are times when parents/carers may need to access the school site.
This can only be done by prior agreement, either by contacting the school office for an appointment, or, when the school contacts a parent/carer directly. In both instances, we ask that you take a moment to read over the guidelines for visiting the school.
Recently, the children have been interested in hunting for minibeasts in the nursery garden. Some children spent most of the morning observing the snails moving. Other children developed an interest in drawing spirals linked to their discovery of the snail shells and the spider webs
Because we are reading the gingerbread man this week we decided to use lots of spices to make our play dough smell like delicious gingerbread. We added cinnamon, mixed spice, nutmeg and of course ginger. And then we used gingerbread man cutters to explore the dough.
As the children get to grips with returning to school, we have made ‘well-being’ a key focus. There is a wealth of resources available to help support families with, what can be, difficult conversations.
This resource, created by the NHS is one such resource. Have an explore and see how it might help your whole family through the transition back to school life.