We have been exploring different genres of music, and expressing how they make us feel…..
We also tasted some Indian snacks….they were delicious!
Reception 1 have done it again ! We have won the Attendance Award Trophy again .Miss Fletcher and Miss Spender are very proud of our healthy team !! Well done team 1!
This afternoon Reception 3 visited the woods. We arrived and had ‘team talk’ on the log where Mrs Ogden reminds all of the children of our key rules in the woods, and then we went to explore. As you can see from our photographs lots of exploring took place and we found snails hiding in trees, spiders, fairy doors and more. The photographs that look like sky with dots are in fact falling leaves and the children were fascinated with the speed in which they tumbled to the ground. A groups of children also collected some leaves to make patterns…lots of mathematical language was used. We also had our snack in the woods….milk and tangerines and then we shared a story. It’s been a busy day as you can see….
on Friday 23rd October the Philharmonic Orchestra came to visit us in reception 3…and a fabulous time was had by all. We re-told stories and sang songs. Enjoy…
A couple of weeks ago Mrs Cumberpatch received a phone call from Nursery World magazine, they were putting together an article on transient art and had seen some images on our blog and wondered if we would like to contribute some information for a case study? Mrs Cumberpatch consulted with the EYFS team, and Mr Lawler-Smith…and we all agreed what a fantastic way to celebrate our hard work.
This week you can read our case study in Nursery World magazine, and in fact if it has inspired you to try some of the ideas, there are lots of ideas in the magazine, online and on our blog! Please share any images with us through Tapestry too.
Today (15.10.15) we had two birthdays so we decided to make some cakes and have a little party.
We talked about the ingredients and then talked about some mathematical words we needed to think about throughout the process: balance, weigh, measure, same. We balanced 4 eggs with butter, sugar, eggs and flour. As the ingredients went into the bowl, everyone had a turn to mix the ingredients. After that we shared the mixture into the cake cases.
Then we put them into the oven, waited 15 minutes and then the cakes were ready.
At snack time our party began. We danced to music and tried the cakes….and they were delicious! The chocolate cakes were a present from Rudi. Have a look through the photographs and see if you can spot who had a chocolate cake! 🍩🎂🍰🍪
Here we have a fantastic picture of a proud little boy who received a certificate from his rugby club. A huge well done!