BigFoot Safer Internet Workshop

We were very lucky yesterday to have a visit from Bo the Bunny and Becky. We talked about what we use the internet for, Oscar said “play games”, Alice said “play videos”, TN said “watch videos” and Thorin said how we have a “computer at school”. We then became Internet Safety Secret Agents and our missions were to help Bo the Bunny to be safe when being on the internet. Haitham told Bo that if we see an unknown app we “ask a grown up” for advice.

Our last mission was telling Bo the Bunny that our names and information about ourselves are top secret. In order to keep our names top secret we came up with some secret agent names. Here were a few of our ideas based on our favourite colours and numbers e.g. “Blue 4”, “Pink and Purple 3”, “Pink and Yellow 4”, “Gold and Pink 10”. Lastly we sang a rhyme to remind ourselves how to keep safe online:

The internet is fun, the internet helps you, but if you have a worry, ask a grown up what to do.

Remember to have fun online but stay safe and secret!

Here are some photos of us on our secret missions:




Show and Tell 7/2/19

Linked to our learning of celebrating Chinese New Year, children can bring in either something to celebrate Chinese New Year, or something related to the Year of the Pig 2019 or Horse 2014 or Year of the Sheep 2015.

If you need more information then please speak to a member of the Nursery team.


Chinese New Year – PARADE TIME ADDED!!!!!!

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On Friday 8th February, Reception and Nursery will be celebrating Chinese New Year. As part of the celebration the children will be allowed to wear red clothes for the day.

The children will be parading in the playground and around the school to show off our lanterns, musical instruments and other creations the children have made.

You are welcome to join us in the Nursery playground at either 11.30am if your child attends the morning session or 3pm if your child attends the afternoon session or all day.

The EYFS Team.


Show and Tell 31/1/19

Just a reminder that linked to our learning of celebrating successful women we have chosen to look at Julia Donaldson books. Children are to bring in either their favourite Julia Donaldson book (or another woman author if you do not have a favourite Julia Donaldson book) or a character from one of her stories and be ready to share with their group. Children to think about; what happens in the story? What is your favourite part? Who is your favourite character, why? Can you describe what your character looks like? 

We look forward to hearing/ seeing your favourite book!