NURSERY PLACES AVAILABLE FOR SEPTEMBER 2017
We are learning the story of Little Red Riding Hood. We were excited to receive a message from Little Red Riding Hood’s poorly Grandma. In her message, she asked the children to pack a basket of food, and bring it to her house…watching out for the Big Bad Wolf on the way!
We have enjoyed learning the story of The Three Billy Goats Gruff. Look at our terrible trolls!
In Victoria class we have been busy getting to know each other and settling into the daily routine. We are learning to take responsibility for jobs such as putting our coats and bags on our pegs, tidying up, and preparing our drinks and snacks. We are learning to take turns, and to help and care […]
Nursery have been very busy blasting off to space with baby bear inspired by the story ‘Whatever next’. We love all weather! It has been a fantastically windy week for kite flying, aeroplane gliding and parachuting. Afternoon nursery children did amazingly well in their DT workshop. They used all their learning attributes during the workshop […]
This week in nursery the children have been disgusted by some of Dirty Bertie’s bad habits. Our text of the week is read by an enthusiastic St Alban’s learner: We have been learning about germs and things we can do to stop them from spreading. Our little bakers made some lovely cakes this week but […]
In nursery we have really enjoyed the story of Little Rabbit Foo Foo. We have been discussing why we come to school and how we can play and learn safely together. Please see the video below to listen to two of our star readers retell the story!
In St Albans class we have been extremely busy settling into routines and exploring our new environment. We have been learning to be independent by finding ways to put on our own coats, making sure we go to the toilet by ourselves, putting on aprons for messy play and joining in with all the exciting […]
We had a lovely day at Mudchute Park & Farm in the heart of East London.Set in 32 acres of countryside, the Mudchute is a community charity, with a working farm, stables and a wide range of education activities. The children had lots of fun interacting with the farm residents and playing on the play equipment.
We had a school excursion to the local fire station where we were allowed to sit in the fire engine, wear the uniform and even squirt the hose!