Click here to see how we made our Friendship Flower display
Click here to look at how much fun we have had outside.
We would like to thank local photographer Mike Leslie for taking a number of fantastic photographs of the Nursery Sports. These photos are available for parents to buy for a small donation.
Please have a look in Nursery when you drop off and collect your children.
The Nursery Sports Day successfully took place on Friday 22nd June. The weather was a bit windy but thankfully the rain stayed away. We thought that the children were so good at getting organised for their races and keeping going until the end. 🙂
Here are some of their thoughts about Sports Day …
“I liked the running race because I was so fast. The parachute race was cool.” Matthew
“Sports was good. The running race was the best.” Ruby
“I was fast.” Ishbel
“The running race was my favourite.” Finlay
“Running was my favourite. I run faster.” Julia
“It was really good. My mum, dad and uncles came to see me.” Freddie
“It was brilliant! I liked the relay race ‘cos I like to crawl under the parachute.” Breagha
“I run really, really fast.” Leo U
We had a great time dressing up this week, we had princesses and super heros! Click here for photographs.
Please click here to see photographs of our visit.
Click here to have a look at our symmetrical pictures.
Mrs Edgar brought in a nest that she had discovered in the postbox at the bottom of her drive. She told us that the mummy and daddy birds had been scared away by the postie and left 3 tiny eggs in the nest. 🙁
The children were delighted to be able to inspect the nest.
What did the children think the nest was made of? Mae and Matthew thought “Moss”, Leo B thought “Moss and feathers” and Ruby thought “Feathers.”
Olivia knew that “They fly and they pick it up and they make a nest.”
We’ll be able to add the photos and our experiences to our ‘Spring’ floor book. Just ask if you’d like to see the book and find out what else we have learned.
We have been learning about keeping safe, click here to view.
We had a visit from Naturedays at Aigas on Wednesday, 9th May. Click here to see what we were learning about.