Hello Preschool! We hope you are all doing ok at home and making some fun memories together.
The chicks have now moved to their 'forever home', which is on a farm in Malvern. Farmer Pete says they have settled in well and are happily cheeping and getting bigger by the day. Please have a look on Class 1's page for more information and pictures.
As usual, please remember to check out the Home Learning activities posted on Tapestry. We love looking at the pictures and comments you post too - please keep them coming!
If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact a member of the team on the emails below:
Mrs Wilford - [email protected]
Miss Moore - [email protected]
Mrs Eggerton - [email protected]
Welcome back Preschool! We hope you have had a really lovely Easter and haven't eaten too much chocolate!!!
It has been lovely seeing pictures of lots of you on Tapestry and the super learning you have been doing at home - it all looks so much fun! Please keep the pictures coming as Pip the bear loves seeing them as well and you might even give him some ideas for what he can do at home too.
Please also look on Tapestry for our Home Learning Challenges to try at home. These are posted in the new 'Memo' section on Tapestry and you should receive a notification each time a new memo is posted. Mrs Eggerton has posted some great ideas this week which are linked to our new topic, 'Bugs'.
You are also able to send messages to Early Years staff via Tapestry and they can respond with any queries or comments you may have about your child's learning. Alternatively, you can email Mrs Wilford on [email protected]
We appreciate these are very strange and difficult times indeed but you are all doing such a great job in trying to maintain some fun and normality for your children which is so important and will be making a huge difference. Stay safe and positive everyone.
The first week of the school holiday is almost over but, the best is yet to come! We hope you all have a lovely Easter weekend. Stay home, stay safe, look out for the Easter bunny 🐰, try not to eat too much chocolate and enjoy the sunshine ☀️
Thank you for all of the tapestry posts it’s been great to see what you’ve all been learning. Keep up the good work.
Happy Easter 🐣 🐣
From Miss Moore & Mrs Eggerton
Pip, Mrs Eggerton and Mrs Wilford went into school, it was a very busy and productive day. We dug, pulled out lots of weeds and watered all the soil because it was so dry. Pip and some children helped with planting flowers, strawberry plants and runner beans (in pots).
We now have two flower beds, a herb garden, vegetable patch, digging pit and an area prepared for the runner bean seeds when they are big enough to plant out. We even have seed potatoes planted too!
I think you’ll agree the garden area is really starting to take shape.
Early Years Garden transformation
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This is a great way to communicate with families and keep you up to date with what is happening in our wonderful Preschool.