13.10.17 The crop is ready to harvest.

This week we have been very busy looking at the orange/ brown Autumn changes and getting ready for harvest. We have watched Charlie and Lola's journey through Summer to Autumn season changes and have explored all of our environment especially outside. The children were amazing pointing out all the changes and clearing up the leaves and newly fallen sweet chestnuts. The children didn't forget the birds and our squirrels so they placed the berries and chestnuts under the trees for collection ready for storage. We have listened to the story of Olivers Vegetables by Alison Bartlett and Vivian French and have explored the different vegetables within the book. The children decided they would like to make soup with their vegetables and they made enough to take some home to share. Look at our photos. We have explored lots of different vegetables and the children's favourite activity was testing which vegetables or fruit were easy to squeeze juice from. We really enjoyed the story of The Enormous Watermelon and have used watermelons within our learning environment.
Polite Reminders,
Snack money to be placed in an envelope with child's name written on the front,
Every child needs to bring a coat to school.
Look on our website for important dates coming up,
Inset Day- Friday 20th October-Nursery Closed,
Half Term  -Monday 23rd-27th October.
Tempest Photos- Monday 30th October-
If your child does not attend this morning and you want a photo taken, then you will need to come in for 8:45 and stay with your child while we attend the hall for their photo. Then you are able to leave and we will see you for the afternoon session as normal. If your child does not attend that day at all you are welcome to pop in at 8:45 for a photo as well.
School Tours- All parents are welcome to come and view the school to decide if this is the school you would like your child to attend from September 2018. If you have not booked your space yet we only have one more date left in November so please ask the office.