Welcome to Caterpillars!
We are the clever, colourful, curious caterpillars.
Ready for our school trip tomorrow to Noahs Ark :
We are starting our new topic by looking at the theme of Winter. We will be finding out about the weather, ways we travel in the winter and clothes we wear.
We have had a fantastic day in school today . We had a very special visitor.....
Just a reminder, we are having Christmas dinner tomorrow, Wednesday 7th December.
Our pantomime is on Friday 9th December. £6 per child.
We would like to thank all the parents and children for their support today at our Christmas fete. We are still taking orders for our Christmas wreaths through our Gardening club members if anyone would like to purchase one before Christmas, check out class 3`s webpage for pictures.
We raised £400 for the children through these events. THANKYOU.
29th of April
Today we have started to read a new storybook about different types of minibeasts. We are reading The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle.
After reading the story we received a parcel in the post from Madame Butterfly.
But what could it be? Caterpillars!!!
We are having a very exciting week learning about snails. Last week we received a letter and parcel from our friend Shelby the Giant African Land Snail.
To our amazement Shelby had sent us our very own Giant African Land Snail.
Our snail is settling in to his new home really well, we are all enjoying watching him eat his fruit and vegetables.
We have been busy making snail craft in the style of the artist Kandinsky. We have used our cutting skills to make concentric circles.
We designed snail pictures on the interactive whiteboard in the style of the artist Matisee.
Welcome back to the Summer Term!
This term our Cornerstones topic is 'Why do ladybirds have spots?' We are going to be looking at lots of different minibeasts and plants.
This week we have been looking at snails.
We have been on a snail hunt and have read the storybook 'Snail Trail'.
Friday 18th March
ZOOLAB came to visit
Paul from Zoolab came to show us lots of different animals. We saw Phineas and Ferb the rats, a bearded dragon called 'Izzy', a scorpion that shone in the dark when placed under an ultraviolet light, giant African land snails, 'Mr Tumble' a giant African millipede and a corn snake called 'Esmie'. We were very excited to see such beautiful creatures and many of us were brave enough to touch them. Thank You Zoolab !
Happy Valentine's Day!
11th February 2016
This week we have been visiting China on our journey to the South Pole. Barnaby Bear invited his Chinese friends Ling Sung and Chang Chang to tell us about their country.
We practised Chinese writing and even learnt a few Chinese words! You can have a go too by following this link!
Welcome back to the Spring Term 2016.
This term our theme is
Do you want to be friends?
We will be learning about making new friends, being kind, being helpful, co-operation, similarities and differences and people who help us at school and at home.
Our focus book for this half term is Lost and Found by Oliver Jeffers.
On Monday we found a penguin at our classroom door just like the boy in the story!
We will be helping our penguin to return home and visiting other countries along the way. We will keep you posted on our progress!
Santa came to visit
Thank You for all your continued support this term.
Children return to school on Tuesday 5t January
This Term our Cornerstones Topic is 'Will you tell me a story?'
We have been reading and exploring the stories of: Goldilocks and the Three Bears, The Little Red Hen and The Gingerbread Man. We will end our Topic by reading Cinderella and going to watch the pantomime.
Thank you for all your Caterpillar crafts. They all look amazing!
We enjoyed dressing as our favourite super heroes and raising money for Children in Need.
Welcome to our nursery web page.
What a very exciting first half term we've had! We've all settled so well into our new class, we are getting to be such big boys and girls! We've had so much fun meeting new friends. We have been learning lots of new things and have been enjoying our project about night-time and what happens when we go to sleep. Here a few things that we've done so far.
We have been mark-making
We celebrated Roald Dahl day.
We had a pyjama party and brought in our favourite books. We had hot chocolate and toast.... yum yum !!
We have been learning about night and day.
We looked at routines, dreams, shiny objects, reflections, people who work in the night time. We made dream catchers.
We have started doing some cooking this half term. We've made dreamy meringues and hedgehog bread. Yum!
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