This month the children have been exploring Autumn and it’s many festivals.
For Diwali and Guy Fawkes, the children explored the colour and sounds of fireworks through paints, sensory trays and movement.
Collecting for Ely Food Bank, parents and children brought in their harvest collection. In the rooms the children created extension paintings of Harvest scenes and investigated the shapes, colours and textures of Autumnal vegetables.
The children the last few days have been creating paintings of poppies for our Remembrance Day display.
Over the past few weeks, we have been awaiting the arrival on our little baby peacocks.
The children have been watching the eggs in the incubator, and over the weekend we have two baby peacocks!
One of the peacocks needed a bit of help as he/she has a poorly leg.
The children have been watching the peacocks resting, eating and walking in the garden.
We have all had a lovely time celebrating the Chinese New Year – exploring the wonders of the colours, images and creativity.
All our families have kindly added food items to our harvest display, these will be donated to our Local Food Bank in Ely.
We are delighted to advise you that we have recently received our second outstanding from Ofsted. Please click on the link to our Ofsted report.
All the children at nursery have been busy sowing seeds and tending to the seedlings. As they grew, we put the vegetable and fruit plants outside in our ‘Growing Corner’. We are very lucky to have peas, tomatoes, potatoes,runner beans, radishes and strawberries.