Before half term, St Anne’s helped to raise money for WWF by dressing up as wild animals! Look at some of the wild animals in Year 2!
Welcome to our Nursery blog!
The Nursery class have had such a busy first half-term already! They have been singing a new number song each week and settling into the Nursery routine. Here are some pictures to show you some of the fun that has been had!
We have just opened our digging area and the children have loved making mud cakes and getting messy hands.
The boys have been enjoying mark-making outside this week!
We even had a special visitor for Show and Tell. Meet Freddie the puppy.
This week children have been working scientifically using their amazing science skills. After learning all about our bodies’ senses and discovering that our whole body helps us with our sense of touch, children wanted to investigate which part of our bodies are best for touching.
They decided to try to guess which object was in my box, first with th
eir feet and then by feeling with their hands.
We had lots of different predictions but all found that our hands were the best part of our bodies to feel with. Here are some of our pictures from the experiment.
Year 2 were shocked to find their classroom had been destroyed when they arrived back from playtime! Year 2 went on a hunt to see if the villain had left any other clues behind…
A big thank you to all of the parents that managed to come to our ‘meet the teacher’ event earlier this week.
As I mentioned, Year 1 has a major focus on phonics. Your support and help will have a huge impact on your child’s progress this year so please practise at home and read every day.
Here is a great site to help with the pronunciation of each sound
Here is a site that will give you some more information on the phonics programme we use at St Anne’s;
Have a great weekend 🙂