As it is our last week in Nursery we decided to have a Summer Party! We dressed in clothes for Summer and had lots of fun in our ‘beach’ outside. We made sand castles and some of us even buried our legs! There was a giant inflatable football which we loved to kick and we enjoyed blowing bubbles and had
We had lots of fun at our Nursery Sports Day! We divided into three teams which were the Hedgehogs, Rabbits and Tortoises. We then took part in lots of different races including the obstacle race, quoit on the head, bean bag on a bat and a running race. We finished our sports day with a medal ceremony, where we were
We had fun playing parachute games! Our favourite game was ‘cat and mouse’. One child was a ‘mouse’, under the parachute and the other child was the ‘cat’, on top of the parachute. The ‘cat’ had to try and catch the ‘mouse’ whist the rest of us made giant ‘waves’ using the parachute. It was great fun!
We enjoyed having our grown-ups come and play in Nursery. We had fun showing them our learning journals and we spoke about what we have enjoyed doing in Nursery, throughout the year! We then played with our grown-ups in our indoor and outdoor classrooms!
We had fun learning all about Coventry! We learnt that the sports centre in the city centre is shaped like an elephant. The elephant is also on the Coventry coat of arms. We had lots of fun making elephant hats!
This morning we were fortunate enough to have a guest speaker come to talk to us about the history of our city. We learnt all about ‘Coventry firsts’ including a famous Tudor banquet, the invention of the jet engine and Coventry City joining the 1st division under the management of Jimmy Hill.
In nursery we have been thinking about how animals move in different ways. We enjoyed watching some dogs complete an agility course at Crufts. We decided to set up our own ‘agility’ course in our outdoor area. The children enjoyed weaving around cones, crawling through a tunnel, climbing over crates and balancing on our climbing equipment.
We had a fantastic trip to Ash End House Farm. The weather was perfect and we loved seeing all the different animals. We got to stroke a chick, feed a goat and a lamb and we watched a foal being fed too! We learnt lots about what it is like to be a farmer and what they need to do