Monthly Archives: July 2016

Play, Stay and Chat

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The children really enjoyed making biscuits and their Graduation hats with their parents during our Play, Stay and Chats this week.

Please keep look out as the children will be bringing a letter regarding Graduation home on Monday evening, giving you more information on how the day will be run.

Wythall Transport Museum trip – Gp2

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On Thursday morning, Nursery children enjoyed a trip to Wythall Transport Museum, the children thoroughly enjoyed looking at the battery powered vehicles, going on the old buses and being able to pay the conductor. The children also got to sit on an old fire engine, wearing a firefighter hat and being able to ring the bell (very loudly!!)

Miss Hancox decided to make a booklet of all of the pictures as there are nearly 90 photos, soo too many to be able to put on the blog!

Please also note we have had a lovely e-mail from the guides mentioning how well behaved the children were and how much they enjoyed having us- there is a copy of this e-mail on the door, please feel free to read this.

Wythall Transport Museum trip – Gp1

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On Tuesday afternoon, Nursery children enjoyed a trip to Wythall Transport Museum, the children thoroughly enjoyed looking at the battery powered vehicles, going on the old buses and being able to pay the conductor. The children also got to sit on an old fire engine, wearing a firefighter hat and being able to ring the bell (very loudly!!)

Miss Hancox has decided to make a booklet of all of the pictures as there are nearly 100 photos, soo too many to be able to put on the blog!

Please also note we have had a lovely e-mail from the guides mentioning how well behaved the children were and how much they enjoyed having us- there is a copy of this e-mail on the door, please feel free to read this.

Obstacle course

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Miss Hancox hopes you have all received your reports and have enjoyed reading the report and looking through the learning journeys!

This week during our PE session the children have taken part in an obstacle course, which consisted of having to balance (and avoid the sharks that were in the river below them), jump in a variety of ways over the hurdles and dribble a ball around cones. Whilst we were waiting to have a go on the obstacle course the children practiced their throwing and catching skills, I must say the children have really progress when it comes to controlling a ball, well done!!