Following our Nursery performance of ‘Commotion in the Ocean’ our cross-curricular week, following the whole school theme of Looking After our World, got off to a meaningful start, as the children had already begun to consider the consequences of pollution in our oceans.
The week was full of fun activities that further evolved through children’s interests. In Forest School, the children made seed bombs using clay, which they later threw into the natural area to encourage growth for the wildlife, such as bees and butterflies.
The arrival of the caterpillars supported the children’s developing understanding of life cycles and change. They also learnt about recycling and began to explore different materials by sorting them into the appropriate categories.
The highlight was certainly our Nursery Pedal Push, which was aimed at considering more sustainable ways to travel as well as promoting a healthy lifestyle. We would like to extend our thanks to all of the children's supporters for their very generous contributions. The scooter and bike park is a worthy initiative and will benefit the children for many years to come.