In Nurture every small activity is use as a learning opportunity. Here the children are working in pairs to plant pansies in tin cans. However to achieve success in the task I asked them to: share the steps equally between them, to be courteous, to use encouraging words with each other, to work with each other in a respectful and considerate manner and to amiable! It was tricky at times, but with support all the children managed to achieve it! Well done Nurture!
You have worked so hard and achieved so much! We are all very proud of you!
This week we went to the allotment and pulled up some of our spring onions that have been growing over the winter months. We were delighted to find they were really healthy and ready to eat. After lots of discussion, we agreed on using them to make Welsh Rarebit (cheese and onion on toast). It was absolutely delicious and tasted so much better because we had made it with our own homegrown, freshly picked spring onions!
We were lucky enough to entertain our visiting community police officers for lunch week. We chatted to them about their jobs and their daily routines and also how they help us to keep safe in many different ways. Thank you for your visit PC’s, we hope you come again soon!
Of all the rights of women, the greatest is to be a mother.
— LIN YUTANG
We have been very busy this week making cards and presents for our mums and baking lots of goodies for our special Mothers Day Tea afternoon. We enjoyed chatting away with our mums whilst we tucked into sandwiches, fairy cakes, flapjacks, jam tarts , all perpared and baked by us! It was a great afternoon and thoroughly enjoyed by all!
Do you like our Mothers Day cards and gifts?
World Book Day is a celebration! It’s a celebration of authors, illustrators, books and (most importantly) it’s a celebration of reading. In fact, it’s the biggest celebration of its kind, designated by UNESCO as a worldwide celebration of books and reading, and marked in over 100 countries all over the world.