The children in preschool really enjoy caring for our Eco garden.  They enjoy taking time to water the plants, as well as small jobs such as weeding and cutting the sweet peas. This week we harvested some small cucumbers, radish, as well as red and 
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Our children in Pre-school showed an interest in sea animals, so this last week we read the book ‘Commotion in the Ocean’ by Giles Andreae.  We enjoyed the collection of rhymes and learning about new animals in the sea.  We used sea animal toys to 
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This week, Reception Class have been visited by a number of animals. The eggs had finally hatched and we had 5 very small and fluffy chicks to look after for the day. We also had Felicity the Fox who left a letter for us. She 
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This week Henrietta delivered the book ‘What the ladybird heard’, by Julia Donaldson. This has led us to research, investigate and explore ladybirds, using the internet, non-fiction books, fiction books, finding and collecting some real ladybirds from our bug hunting area to observe, and then 
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‘Slowly, Slowly, Slowly,’ Said the Sloth, by Eric Carle, was our chosen book this week.  We discovered it was about a sloth and his friends, who all live in the rainforest.  The animals ask the sloth lots of questions, so we took their lead and 
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At Forest School this week the children enjoyed playing on the swing they made last week. They investigated the impact of making the rope longer and shorter and were delighted to find that the shorter the rope, the higher they swung. The children also went 
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Hopscotch welcome lots of young children and their special adults for our free, weekly ‘Stay and Play’ sessions.  We are open Mondays, during term time, at 1:30pm for a relaxed session so children can experience a safe environment in which to explore.  We have a 
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Last week Hopscotch continued their learning through an animal theme by reading one of their favourite books,’ Dear Zoo’ by Rod Campbell. The children enjoyed exploring how animals look different to each other, and tried to group some animals depending on whether they had spots 
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The children were set a home learning challenge to collect exactly 100 objects. During our Maths lesson we used the ten frames to check our counting and realised it is a lot quicker and more accurate if you group objects. To be able to do 
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This week, Henrietta delivered the story of ‘Farmer Duck’ and a poem called ‘The Big Red Barn’. We used the watercolours to paint pictures of our favourite parts of the story, made farm animals on the Creation Station and in Music we created our own 
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