Dragonflies (Reception)

Mrs Ramanandi

Welcome to Dragonflies

 

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Early Years Book List

 

Little Red Riding Hood Oct 16

Mrs Bulch has worked her magic on the dolls house, some puppets and bits and bobs in Dragonflies this week. All the children love retelling this traditional...

It’s never too soon!

It's never too soon to have a go at writing. Dragonflies pupils have written and illustrated their own little book. The title was My Family, so there was plenty to write about! Have a look at these photos to see how their pencil grip is coming along - you'll be...

pop up boulangerie in Dragonflies

Baguettes, croissants, pains chocolat, brioches were all on the snack table today. The children wolfed down some typical breakfast foods from France to celebrate European Languages...

Fee Fi Fo Fum!

This week Dragonflies and Ladybirds have been out in the gorgeous autumn weather getting on with counting and measuring in our garden. They have been working on our very own beanstalks. There were lots of surprises when the pods were opened by clever fingers and...

First days at Windy Nook

Children in Dragonflies and Ladybirds classes had their first day at school 3 weeks ago. They were all VERY excited. They have had lots of fun learning everything about life here at Windy Nook. Everyone loves playing outdoors and there has been lots to explore. The...

Shiver me timbers!

Lots of pirate fun was had in Early Years today. There were lots of pirate games; walk the plank, crocodile swamp, pirate cave and messages to send in a...

Fun, fun, fun

Reception classes had a great fun time on fun day. One of the highlights was the ice cream van. The weather was so hot everyone had to speed-lick....

Reception’s got talent

The KS2 talent show was so inspiring last week that Reception pupils decided they'd like to have a go. There were lots of acts:from twirls to boy bands to a gymnastic finale. Nearly everyone was brave enough to have a go in front of the audience. Look at all the...

Strictly Samba! EY pupils strut their stuff

Children in Nursery and Reception showed off their latest dance craze to the whole school on Friday. They performed a brilliant Brazilian Samba. It included a special step named after one of their teachers. It marked the opening of School Games...

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