We would like to invite you to our Mothers’ Day Celebration on Friday 29th March at 2.30pm in the KS1 Hall.
Mummies, Nans, Aunties, Childminders and younger siblings are all welcome – please let us know if you are able to join us so that we can organise refreshments etc.
Just a reminder that our Easter Services are at Wormley Free Church on Wednesday 27th March as follows:
Starfish and Morning Nursery – 9.30am (leaving school at 9am)
Angelfish and Afternoon Nursery – 1.30pm (leaving school at 1pm)
We would love you to join our celebrations – please let a member of the EY Team know if you are able to come with us.
Mrs Campkin and Mrs Burling
Angelfish and Starfish Class
Please note that our Bird-watching Walk will now take place on Friday morning (15th March) when the weather will hopefully be better. If you have already volunteered to help with the walk, please could you let us know if you can still come on Friday morning.
A huge thank you to the parents and other family members who were able to help us set up our new outdoor Nature Area on Saturday morning. Jim, Dave, Shelley, Claire, Haddy, Maria, Barry, George and Gloria all joined us, braving the wind and Spring showers to have a big tidy up and to create a log trail, balance beam trail, bird hide, bug hotel, tyre swing and planter. We can’t wait to show the children their new area this morning! We will begin planting with the children in the next week or so, if you would like to make any donations of seeds, herbs, vegetable plants, lavender plants, flowers or compost to help us to get started, we would be most grateful.
Our new bird hide will come in useful this week as our Science Week focus is on birds. We’ll be launching our week with an exciting assembly with some special owl visitors-more details to follow. We will also be encouraging the children to spot and identify birds outdoors and it would be great if you could do the same when you are out and about with your children-if they record what they see they could share their findings with us. We will also be taking the children on a bird-watching walk and would love you to join us if you can. At the moment we are planning to do this on Wednesday morning, however we are keeping a close eye on the weather forecast and may need to postpone the walk until Friday. We will let you know as soon as possible if are going to change the day.
Don’t forget that children can come dressed as a character from a favourite book on Thursday. Please bear in mind that we will still have outdoor play so children will need practical shoes that they can put on and take off themselves and also a coat.
Children can also bring in their favourite book to share with another class on the day. Please make sure that you write your child’s name in the front so that it doesn’t get mixed up with our school books!
We are very much looking forward to seeing you at our Stay, Play and Learn Super Storytelling session on World Book Day (Thursday) at 2.15pm in the KS1 Hall.