Wk beg 16.11.20
This week are celebrating 'World Nursery Rhyme Week' in Nursery and Reception!
Nursery Rhymes are such an important part of early learning as they help children develop rhyme, language, rhythm, memory and so much more! We will be focusing on a different rhyme each day and children are invited to come into school on Thursday dressed as a character from the rhyme 'Old MacDonald Had a Farm.' Please do not feel any pressure with this. Some simple, cheap costumes include:
- A checkered shirt and jeans/dungarees for a farmer
- All in black with drawn on whiskers for a cat
- Clothes in the colour of an animal of your choice and a card mask/homemade headband
- A white t-shirt with black splodges drawn or painted on (cow)
To help with our Forest School and classroom learning next week, please can all children bring in the following items this week to be quarantined before use:
- a tin can which has been washed out and had the label removed. Please can we request cans which had a ring pull as these are less ridged around the edge than those cut with a can opener.
- a kitchen roll tube.
A box will be place outside to drop your items ready to be quarantined
Please find below the week's Class Learning and Home Learning. Keep posting on Tapestry to let us know how you are getting on with these tasks and with any other learning you are doing at home.
Stay in touch, stay positive and stay safe.
Miss Bagnall, Mrs Roath, Miss Davies, Mrs Painter, Mrs Leach and Mrs Bromley