Wellfield Infant and Nursery School

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Nursery

Wheelie Day

For our marble jar treat we were able to bring our bikes or scooters to school. Thanks to the Reception classes, we borrowed their playground which gave us plenty of space to show our wheels to our friends. 

      

 

      

 

      

 

      

 

      

 

Nursery Santa Dash

On Friday we dodged the showers, dressed in our Christmas hats and ran around the large field behind the school. We sang Christmas songs and jumped over puddles and had a fabulous time. Many thanks for all your kind donations to 'Save the Children fund'. 

         

 

      

 

      

 

      

 

   

Wonderful Winter Hunt

This week we went on a walk to the forest school area. We were looking for signs of winter. We used all our senses. We heard birds chattering including a neighbour's cockerel and spotted a large nest in the trees. We saw seagulls on the football field and spotted they had orange beaks. We looked closely at the buds on the trees and saw fungus and moss growing on the tree trunks. We talked about the prickly holly. Finally we had lots of fun swinging in the hammock, playing in the pirate ship and mud kitchen and balancing on the wooden logs. It was definitely cold- a fabulous winter wonderland walk!

        

 

      

 

      

   

 

      

 

 

Children In Need

We all dressed up in something bright or spotty and joined in with the Joe Wicks 24 hour PE challenge for children. Our adults were very impressed with how fit we are and lots of money was raised for a good cause.

  

      

Diwali 

Diwali celebrations took place in Nursery. We lit divas and shared sweets which  one of our Nursery friends brought in. Then drew Rangoli patterns in chalk outside and also drew mendhi patterns on paper cutout hands.

 

         

                                                                  

 

 

Yucky Worms

This week we have been learning all about worms. We have been worm hunters searching everywhere for worms. We handled the worms then brought them inside to look at them closely using bug viewers. We noticed that worms did not have any eyes. Although we all agreed they felt tickerly and sticky we understood the important job they do to help plants grow. 

      

 

      

 

 

 

Remembrance Day  

The children painted poppies to remember the brave people who fought in wars all over the world.          

                                                      

                       

 

 

       

 

      

 

 

 

Spooky Day Spectacular

We had a spooktacular day before half term. Dressed in costumes that gave all our teachers a fright, we enjoyed a day of activities and games. We scooped out pumpkins, decorated spider biscuits, did some spooky dancing, stirred some magic potions and served up some ghoulish treats to the babies. 

      

 

      

 

        

 

Autumn Jelly

We had so much fun exploring a jelly with autumnal treasures in. With spoons at the ready we enjoyed digging in to see what we could find although we knew it was a jelly we could not eat! 

      

 

      

 

October 2020

Autumn Adventures

Over the last couple of weeks the nursery children have been exploring the outside environment. Including climbing trees, swinging on the tree swing, using the large construction equipment to make buses. The superheros have been keeping fit on an obstacle course and practicing their throwing skills. They have been exploring what happens when  mixing different powder paints together. Phew.... they have been so busy. It's time for a rest over the half term holiday!     

      

 

      

    

 

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Of course, inside has been explored too.   

        

 

 

 

September 2020

Welcome to our Nursery

It has been wonderful meeting all the children who are joining our nursery class. We have all had a very busy but enjoyable couple of days... walking babies to the park, painting, cutting and sticking.

 

      

 

      

 

      

 

      

 

Due to Covid restrictions only one adult should be bringing the children to school. Many thanks with your understanding of this.  

 

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