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Forest School

posted on 9th Nov '18 by katie-mills

This week the Nursery children enjoyed their first Forest School session by exploring the school grounds.  

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Remember, Remember the Fifth of November!

posted on 9th Nov '18 by katie-mills

We created colourful fireworks by exploring paint and making rockets out of junk modelling.  

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Meet Our Worry Monster!!

posted on 19th Oct '18 by katie-mills

This week the children have been introduced to our class Worry Monster.  The children can share their worries with the monster and they are eaten up so their worries disappear!

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God's Wonderful World

posted on 19th Oct '18 by katie-mills

Nursery are learning about how to care and look after the world God has given to us.  The children chose an animal out of the box and thanked God for creating so many wonderful animals.

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Ribbons!

posted on 19th Oct '18 by katie-mills

Nursery used ribbons to make big circles in the air to develop their gross motor skills.

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Our Harvest Assembly

posted on 19th Oct '18 by katie-mills

We enjoyed sharing our first class assembly of the school year.  Our theme was Harvest.  The children shared their favourite fruits and vegetables and sang Dingle, Dangle Scarecrow.  

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What Can We Hear?

posted on 21st Sep '18 by sophie-gilbert

In phonics the Nursery children went around the school to discover what sounds they could hear.  The children made big listening ears to help them listen.  The children had to listen very carefully!  

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God's Wonderful World

posted on 21st Sep '18 by sophie-gilbert

The Nursery children thanked God for all the wonderful food in the world.    

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Creating Pictures With Chalks

posted on 21st Sep '18 by sophie-gilbert

The children used gross motor movements to create pictures on the playground using chalk.  

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Looking For Shapes

posted on 20th Sep '18 by sophie-gilbert

The Reception children explored the whole school looking for shapes in the environment.

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Early Years Class
at St. Thomas of Canterbury

Early Years (EY) incorporates children from nursery and reception and was one of the many areas recognised as “Outstanding” in the school’s Ofsted report of October 2007. Our committed EY team successfully renewed the Herts Quality Award in March 2015 for recognition of outstanding practice in Early Years.