PRESS REPORT:- Today the children performed their own version of the Royal Wedding. Our very own ‘Meghan’ was walked down the aisle by ‘Prince Charles’ dressed in a very smart shirt, followed by bridesmaids, whilst an anxious ‘Prince Harry’ and his ‘Best Man’ waited at the front of the Church. The wedding ceremony was officiated […]
The bluebells are in full bloom at the Forest School site and just about to go over now. We noticed that there are a few white ones and were looking out for them. We also saw lots of dandelions, nettles and greater stitchwort. We talked about looking for Dock leaves when we get stung by […]
Pre-School will closed on Thursday 3rd May as Tiddy Hall is being used for the Local Election.
All 7 chicks are doing well, they have been eating chick crumbs with lots of fresh water. You can notice from the photo’s (taken at 12 days old) how their wing and tail feathers are growing. They are very lively and make lots of noise and are still under a heat lamp at the moment. […]
The long awaited 21st day arrived (well actually one chick came on day 20!) and we came into Tiddy Hall on Tuesday to the sound of cheeping! Great excitement all around and the staff found these fluffy bundles are a great time-waster with a last minute rush to get set up before the children arrived! […]
In the past we have found that this is an excellent hands-on experience for the children. Taking care of an egg all the way through to hatching and the early life of the chick is a wonderful way to learn important life skills and natural science. Of course, it is also lots of fun! We […]
We started off Cooking Club by making fish pie. The children looked at the difference in colour and texture of cod, salmon and smoked haddock. They cut up the fish and sliced the potatoes for the top and chose whether they wanted to add sweetcorn or peas into the sauce. We had a chat about […]
Pre-School will be closed today due to adverse weather conditions.
Ni Hao, This week Pre-School celebrated Chinese New Year; we are leaving the Year of the Rooster and moving into the Year of the Dog. The role-play area was set up with a Chinese table cloth, dishes, spoons and of course, chopsticks with lots of different types of Chinese play food & menus. Children have […]