Here we are drawing a tree. We thought about how we know what the tree is and decided the leaves give us the best clue.
A great big thank you to the students at the University of Cumbria for organising a fabulous sports festival for our Y1 and Y2 children. Not only did the children have a great time, precious funds were also raised for St John’s hospice. If you would like to contribute to this fundraising, please…
We have enjoyed our first week back at Nursery. We have a tent that we can be quiet in along with Mary, Mary’s garden. It was lovely to welcome our new children and families who started this week.
As part of our topic about growing, we have learnt a new nursery rhyme. We looked at some real cockle shells and laid our flowers and shells in a row like Mary did. We found out that pretty maids and silver bells are flowers. Later on this term we will be planting our own seeds and watering them.
We had a visitor in Nursery today to help us learn about life cycles. Mrs Atkinson brought Shirley the hen who was so pleased to meet us she laid an egg. We hope she will sit on it so that we can meet her baby chick. We ordered the life cycle of a hen and found out that boy hens called “cockerels”…
On Friday we rolled our painted eggs down the slopes at school. Everyone’s egg made it to the bottom where we exchanged it for a treat.
Happy Mother’s Day to all our lovely mums. Our cards were made using the skills of snipping around a circle and tearing paper to make the petals. We hope you’ve all had a fun day.
We also looked carefully at the 3D shapes and drew around each face. This helped us to see the shapes of the different faces.