We saw a huge change in weather after all the recent sunshine we have had. The rain didn’t stop the children in Early Years having fun though. They went on a puddle hunt to try and find the biggest puddles to jump in. The children decided to make cars out of crates and worked together, pulling each other around an obstacle course they made.
To help the children understand the weather and their environment, they need to be in it.Elizabeth Jarman, 2014
We are pleased to announce that we have had a great deal of interest in our Fishergate Family Choir so we will be starting on Monday 12th June from 3.30 to 4.30 in the Upper Hall. If you haven’t returned…
Following on from our literacy focus on making stories, this child decided to make his own story using our puppets. He was so excited, he asked for us to record it on the Ipad – so we did. It is so amazing, we thought we’d share it with you!
The children love taking their learning outside, whatever the weather! Look at all these happy, confident and engaged children directing their own learning. The forest helps us learn so much about the world and our local environment!