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This Week in Early Years

The children have made 2019 calendars this week. They have really worked hard to get these done. They have used their hand prints for most of the months, and...

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This week in Early Years

We are continuing our festive celebrations this week in Cygnets. The classroom is starting to look more Christmassy by the day!! We have been making our own Christmas cards...

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This week in Early Years

This week in Cygnets, we have started to prepare for Christmas in the classroom. We have a Christmas workshop role play area, where the children are playing out making...

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This week in Early Years

We have had a great week in cygnets. We have had Interactive Woodland Adventure week along with Thanksgiving. We have made our very own bookmarks with the Swans class,...

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This week in Early Years

This week in Cygnets we have been thinking about Remembrance Day, and we have been creating our own poppies for the classroom. We sponge painted the poppies and used...

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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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