Windwhistle Primary School

Windwhistle Primary School

Windwhistle Primary School

Kingsley Road, Weston-super-Mare
North Somerset BS23 3TZ

Headteacher: Lyn Hunt BA(Ed) PGDip
lyn.hunt@windwhistleschool.co.uk
01934 629145

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Nursery

Nursery (17 images)

The Nursery children are quickly settling in and enjoying their environment. They have made new friends and found out just how much there is to explore! They have been developing independence skills, including putting on socks and shoes, They have had a lot of fun reading stories, especially ‘We’re going on a bear hunt’. They made models of bears and a tasty ‘bear sandwich’. They had a visit from ‘Bookstart bear’ at the end of term 1, when all the children were given a gift of a storybook to take home. Reading and enjoying books is really important for young children. They also enjoyed sharing their learning journeys with their parents and carers too. We are so proud of our new class!

Created: 3 Dec 18 10:15 | Last modified: 3 Dec 18 10:27

Amazing Animals (26 images)

Following on from learning about dinosaurs, we have been learning about other amazing animals! We started by visiting the farm where we met Toby the owl and Mary the hen. We went on a scavenger hunt in the woods and built dens for some teddies. We have been reading the story of Farmer Duck and the Little Red Hen and we have made our own bread. We really enjoyed eating the results! We have been visited by one of our parents and her chicks and tortoises too! You can’t be squeamish as a Nursery class teacher; we found a frog, a lizard and lots of snails and spiders in our nursery garden; which, of course, we have to hold so the children could have a closer look.

Created: 5 Jul 18 11:37 | Last modified: 11 Sep 18 09:29

 

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