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Monday 17th July – Class visit to Museum of Liverpool, 12.15pm-3.15pm. Full uniform.
Tuesday 18th July – Sports Day, 1.30pm-2.45pm. Parents/Carers very welcome to attend and support.
Access for visitors will be via playground gates. Children can wear t-shirt and shorts and if they have a school PE please wear it.
Thursday 20th July- Nursery PM end of year party. Children can wear party clothes/fancy dress though please be aware that children’s clothes may get messy or wet due to children accessing the outdoor area.
Friday 21st July – Last day of term.
Thank you to all Parents/Carers for your continued support throughout the school year.
We have had so many successes, children have grown in confidence so much, this was demonstrated with our recent Languages concert. We’ve baked and ate together and read so many books- I hope that everyone enjoys their new class in September.
From making cakes and castles to counting with colours.
We will be at Forest School
Friday 12th May
Monday 15th May
Monday 22nd May.
During Summer Term, we will be visiting Forest School on a fortnightly basis.
Forest School is a unique opportunity for children to refine their skills learnt in the classroom and apply them in an outdoor environment.
If you are interested in visiting Forest School with our class, please ask Mr Farrell or email M.firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s world book day on Thursday 2nd March, all children and staff are asked to dress as a character from a Roald Dahl story.
We have been learning about The Enormous Crocodile. He is a very crafty character.
Here is a song we will be singing this week.
Next week is Valentine’s Day and we will spend a lot of time looking at all things heart shaped.
We will also be using our new church(Role play area) to conduct weddings.
Today we explored the sound nnnnn.