Welcome to our Early Years Foundation Stage.
Nursery and Reception are made up of four classes: Nursery AM and Nursery PM, RL and RS.
Our gabulous teachers are Mrs Fox, Miss Smith, Miss Lundy and Mrs Shenton.
We are also lucky to have our brilliant supporting staff: Mrs Murray, Mrs Binns, Mrs Sullivan, Mrs Saxby, Mrs Atkinson and Miss Scullion.
Over this term, the children will be learning about plants and animals. The children learnt a lot on our visit to Hall Hill Farm and we will be building on this to increase their knowledge of, and understanding of the world in which they live.
We were shocked - but delighted - to find out that we had won a raffle at HobbyCraft! Our prize was delivered this morning and we are looking for a home for him (or her!) within school to encourage children to read quietly. What do you think Bunny should be...
The Breakfast Club children are having lots of fun in the mornings.
On Tuesday 1st May, Reception visited Hall Hill Farm. This was linked to their topic of Plants and Animals. They loved feeding the lambs, holding chicks and looking at all the other animals.
Reception have been running a special program this term to help boost speaking and listening with our younger children. Their parents popped in to see what they had been doing. It was very...
The Murrays had so much fun having the chicks. Maggie and Bonnie loved them so much that we are going to keep 2 at our house! We are so excited. Some of our friends, Daisy and Betsy visited to see the...
The chicks enjoyed their visit from the older children on...
What we’ve been learning
We had a great day out on Tuesday.
We wallked to Caedmon Hall at Gateshead Library to watch a performance, The Littlest Christmas Elf. It was great!
We also got to experience the first snowfall of 2017.
For National Anti-Bullying week, Reception children listened to the story of The Rainbow Fish. We discussed how to be kind and caring towards each other. We also talked about and practised sharing with different objects.
Miss Lundy brought in a real fish and octopus for us to look at.
As you can see, we were fascinated!