Newsletter for May and June

Our theme for July is Let’s explore the garden in Einstein room and What does your garden grow in Darwin and Faraday.

Could we please ask parents/carers to inform the office of any changes to your contact details or emergency contact details to ensure we have current details.

We would be grateful if parents/carers using the buggy shed could collapse the buggy as it can get difficult for parents to take their buggy out. We would also like to inform you that Forest School will be starting week beginning 10th July. Further details to follow.


In Einstein this month we have been looking at the children’s favourite books. In our first week we read ‘We’re going on a bear hunt’. The children bought in their bears from home and we went on a bear hunt. In the second week we looked at ‘The very hungry caterpillar’ where we took part in lots of sensory play such as fruit tasting, fruit printing, ice play with fruits.
In our third week we read ‘Guess how much I love you’ and we celebrated this story by having a tea party with family

Darwin have been learning about traditional tales. We dressed up as our favourite characters. We grew beanstalks for the Jack and the Beanstalk story. Also we made gingerbread men and explored with a variety of materials when making houses for the three little pigs. We also released our butterflies which we observed through the whole butterfly life cycle.

The children really enjoyed reading lots of traditional tales such as Hansel and Gretel where children created potions in the role play area. We enjoyed making our gingerbread house and acting out the story of the 3 billy goats gruff. The children took part in science experiments and made predictions about which material would be best to use to make a bridge.

Dates for your diary
5th August Summer Fair 11-4pm
26th August parents meeting

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