On Friday, Nile Wilson came to officially open our outdoor area. Mrs Johnston taught Nile at a previous school and invited him to come and see the wonderful playground. Nile won a bronze medal at the 2016 Olympics and even though he is coming back from injury managed a few gymnastic stunts for us! The children were in awe and hopefully might be inspired too!
Thank you Mrs Johnston for arranging this for Reception and Nursery.
This has been the result of several months planning with this design company and we can’t wait to see the finished result. Hopefully these pictures will give you an idea of what the finished project will be like!
Come and see the Tower Garden in the Nursery! We are taking part in a project that involves growing different lettuces in a short space of time. It was set up yesterday with many helpers from Nursery and hopefully we will be eating home grown lettuce in 6 weeks time!
Our Nursery children have been getting to know our guineapigs, Custard and Cream. They love being stroked by the children and of course enjoy eating this grass! It’s a great way to help children care for animals in Nursery.
We have has a brilliant week with Mrs Johnston. We read the book The Green Line and used it as a stimulus for our own walk. We took our own green line out and about in the school grounds. Each walk was very different and the children led the walk! We painted flowers, drew green lines and painted green patterns on the playground.
Thank you for coming to the Arts celebration too, and we hope you enjoyed the green line walk too! If you were unable to come, please feel free to come into Nursery to see the children’s work.