On Friday, the children in Reception and Nursery had a fantastic treat. The story teller Chris Bostock came to share with us a story called ‘Starlight’. It was about a small possum that had been on a journey to find some crayfish for his ill mother. He met some very interesting characters on the way
Nursery children continued to learn about composting this week. They headed out to the Reception garden to collect the fallen leaves, these will make a nutritious addition to their compost bin. They are already collecting their fruit waste each day and any plant materials from their garden. Despi
Wow! Thank you so much for your continued support with our Mission Christmas Appeal. The amount and variety of gifts donated so far is overwhelming and the pile just keeps on growing! Don’t worry, if you would still like to contribute, you have until Monday 16th December, when the gifts will be co
A big thank you to everyone who has donated gifts to Mission Christmas so far. We are overwelmed by the kindness and generosity from our school community. There will be some very happy children at Christmas time. You still have time to donate a Christmas gift before the Christmas Elf comes to collec
What an incredible start to Mission Christmas! Thank you to those who have kindly donated gifts already. For any of those needing a little inspiration, please check out the gift ideas. UNICEF Article 2: All children have these rights no matter of their circumstances.
Today, the children had a lovely surprise when they went for their lunch. The cooks had baked special Pudsey Bear biscuits and decorated the dining hall with lots of different coloured spots! Everyone enjoyed supporting Children In Need with their Pudsey Bear ears and wearing non uniform and spots.
After all the rain it was fantastic for our nursery children to enjoy some time outside planting daffodil bulbs ready for Spring. First they found some good spots for planting that will be in the sun. Then they dug out some soil and carefully placed in the bulbs checking that they were the right way
The Nursery children have been busy harvesting the vegetables that we planted in the garden last spring. They were amazed to find carrots, turnips, potatoes and parsnips of all different shapes and sizes. After we had dug them all up, the children helped to cut off the green leaves with scissors
The children in Nursery enjoyed dressing up for Halloween and having some spooky fun this week. We read ‘Squash the Spider’ and then found out about spiders. The children made spiders in the dough area and counted their legs. They also developed their fine motor skills threading wool onto card
Due to the kind contributions from parents and carers, we were able to collect a variety of food for Harvest. This food has now been collected by The People’s Kitchen in Newcastle to help those in need. The school received a thank you letter from The People’s Kitchen thanking us for our kind donatio