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Pre Prep Harvest Festival

EYFS and Pre Prep Harvest Festival We celebrated Harvest with our annual festival. We were joined by Reverend Tim Bright. Every year group performed their own special piece. Nursery...

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This Week in Early Years

This Week in Early Years This week in Nursery we have been celebrating harvest. We have spoken at register about what happens throughout harvest and identified the types of...

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This Week in Early Years

This Week in Early Years

This week in Cygnets we have been reading the story The Gruffalo’s Child. The children have all helped to read it by filling in the missing rhyming words and...

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This Week in Early Years

This week in Cygnets we have been reading the story ‘The Gruffalo’. We have identified the different animals and spoken about what noises they make. The children have all...

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This week in Early Years

This week in Cygnets we have had lots of fun getting messy! The children have explored a variety of textures, smells and sounds using all their senses and used...

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This week in Early Years

This week in Cygnets we have been reading the story ‘Dear Zoo’. The children have been helping to tell the story and have shared great conversations at register about...

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This Week in Early Years

This week in Cygnets we have been going on a teddy bears picnic. The children have each made their own sandwich, being very careful to spread the filling and...

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This Week in Early Years

This Week in Early Years

This week in Cygnets we have been exploring bubbles! The children have each had a turn at blowing them, catching them, creating mixture to make big bubbles for us...

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Last week in Early Years

Last week in Cygnets the children have been taking part in a variety of assault course activities. We have been balancing a tennis ball on a racket, crawling through...

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