Cherry class have been visiting the woodland area this term to explore natural materials. We have collected sticks, leaves and conkers and played climbing and jumping games on the hay bales. Here we are using crayons to explore patterns by creating bark rubbings.
Cherry class had great fun getting messy at the “Mini Mudder” event on Friday.
During the last couple of weeks the afternoon nursery session have been getting a taster of martial arts. We have been playing games and exercising as well as learning some special moves using the pads. We have had great fun! www.sittingbournemartialarts.co.uk train on Tuesday and Thursday evening at Swallows leisure centre and Saturday morning at … Continue reading
This week we have posted a blog on the MakeBelieve Arts website. There are some examples of the stories that the children in the nursery have been telling and acting out and some photos. The link is below http://helicopter.makebelievearts.net/2014/05/08/stories-from-kemsley-primary-academy/
The children in Cherry class were given a dragon egg to look after last week. They all did a very good job of keeping them safe and warm and we saw some lovely nests that were made to keep them in. They hatched in our classroom and we all enjoyed hunting … Continue reading
On Thursday 3rd April Cherry and Oak class had an end of term treat. We watched “Frozen” and all had rainbow ice lollies! Thank you to all the parents who attended our sharing sessions this term and for those who took part in the silent auction of artwork which helped us to pay for our … Continue reading
This term our topic is “How many colours in a rainbow” We have been creating rainbows with objects we have found around the clasroom and looking a colours in the natural world around us. Look at some of the fantastic photos of flowers that we have taken!
We were very proud to receive our award making us only the second setting in the country and the first in Kent to be deemed a Centre of Excellence in this story telling and story acting technique for Early Years. It was great that we were able to share this … Continue reading
The children had great fun last term exploring our theme of “Snow” They created some lovely learning for our winter wonderland display in the corridor, and we were only a little disappointed that we didn’t get any real snow! It was great to see so many of our families come in and share our learning … Continue reading