Look for Books Oxfordshire.
Today the children took the opportunity to go for a walk in the local area, we took some books with us to hide along the way. There is a local Facebook group called Look for Books Oxfordshire, where people are hiding books in different areas in the hopes that it will be an initiative to…Read
Hello, hello, hello….
As part of our Parents in Partnership one of our Parents who is a Policeman visited us today, we even got to go in the back of his Police van!Read
Ready, Steady, Go….
Our large grassed area under the trees came into its own when the children and parents of the Lions & Panthers room all enjoyed taking part in the team games organised for the nursery Sports Day. There were medals for all… And then an Ice Pop to help cool down! The morning culminated in the…Read
Incredible eggs turn into cute little ducklings!
The children at the nursery all enjoyed watching our duck eggs hatch last week as part of the ‘Incredible Eggs Project’ which we took part in. The children watched as the ducklings had their first swimming lesson! And they thoroughly enjoyed having the ducklings visit each room.Read
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Today Panthers and Lions took a walk to the local church to put our Poppy Wreaths down with the memorial as a sign of our respect. The lions then did a two minute silence, which they were all superb at. Here is a video to help your children to understand what remembrance day is. Lest…
This week the children in Panthers and Lions have been having lots of autumn fun. We have been exploring the leaves that have fallen from the trees by jumping in them and throwing them up in the air. The children used a broom to sweep them into a huge pile for them to play with…
On Friday some of the staff attended part 2 of 3 of their paediatric first aid course. We are very grateful for the staff staying on to do this course as we know it is a long day. Here are some photos of the staff giving CPR and learning how to care for someone choking.
Today the children took the opportunity to go for a walk in the local area, we took some books with us to hide along the way. There is a local Facebook group called Look for Books Oxfordshire, where people are hiding books in different areas in the hopes that it will be an initiative to…
This term the Panthers children have been learning the life cycle of a caterpillar. The children checked on the caterpillars each morning to see if they could see any changes, and to make sure they had enough food. After a few weeks they began to change into a chrysalis (cocoon). Eventually we had 4 beautiful…