Although it was different to our usual Concert day, those children who could attend, arrived eager and excited to start with their party. The older children helped the younger with their singing around the Christmas tree, songs they have been learning over the past few weeks, beautiful voices and well remembered words! Then we were […]
At Tiddy Hall – £3.00 per child. If you would like to come to the Craft Morning and haven’t already let us know, please email Pauline – email@example.com – with the time you prefer, there are slots available between 10-11am or 11-noon). Please indicate how many people will be attending so we can allocate tickets.
This was the children’s last time at the forest school site. The weather was amazing and luckily it was slightly cooler under the tree canopy. The children have really used the whole site area which has been great to see. Sharon very kindly made all the children a leaving gift of an awesome wooden cookie. […]
As part of our learning about healthy eating the children were shown lots of different kinds of fruit and vegetables, we talked about how they grow and why they are good to eat. We asked them what they liked to eat that was healthy. They then tried some different vegetables, some with dip, to see […]
This week we put on our goggles and started some experiments. We saw colour mixing – watching the red and yellow water travel along the kitchen towel to meet in the middle as orange. We saw a reaction with food colouring in milk and added a drop of washing up liquid and watch the colours […]
After the holidays we came into Tiddy Hall to the sound of cheeping! It doesn’t matter how many times we see it, there was excitement all around and, as usual, the staff found these fluffy bundles are a great time-waster with a last minute rush to get set up before the children arrived! We removed […]
Ni Hao,This week we celebrated Chinese New Year; we are leaving the Year of the Rat and moving into the Year of the Ox. It was a busy and enjoyable week and we learned about customs and traditions. The role-play tables were set up with a Chinese table cloth, dishes, spoons and of course, chopsticks […]