The Nursery class has had a wonderful start to the half term. It’s been a pleasure to get to know all of the children and I am thrilled to spend the last term with them before they transition to Reception. They have welcomed me warmly and have been incredibly helpful, teaching me their class routines and all about themselves.

The students have enjoyed our story of the week, ‘Giraffes Can’t Dance’. They have incorporated this into their role play, using masks to act out elements of the story. There have been a few changes in Nursery this week as we have moved our daily mile to the morning and have found this has helped students to focus on the carpet before lunch. We have also had a focus on name writing and letter formation, with more space in the classroom dedicated to mark marking.

We had music and movement in the hall on Wednesday, a visit from Maida Vale Library on Thursday and cooked cupcakes on Thursday. It’s been a busy week!

In Reception we have been busy looking at staying healthy. We have had a great week making fruit salads, writing recipes and exercising. This leaves us in great stead for our Nursery and Reception Sports Day on 27th June, here at school.

We too enjoyed our library visit and loved the new books that were left with us.

Have a great weekend
Nursery and Reception Team