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Children have settled very quickly into Bluebell class. Our initial priority has been to settle children in, sharing expectations and establishing routines. We started the term with the topic “Ourselves” We talked about our families, differences between people and discussed how our feeling may changes e.g. happy to sad. We then moved onto learning to sing Nursery Rhymes such as; ‘Five Little Ducks and Old McDonalds had a Farm’

Bluebell children also visited the school library and are learning to sign ‘good morning, goodbye, please and thank you’ using Makaton.

World Book Day

Bluebell children enjoyed celebrating World book day. They listened to the story Journey by Aaron Becker and we all pretended to go on a journey in hot air balloons in the quad. They saw lots of bears doing different things. The children also went in the hall and did some doodling. We had a picnic and listened to the story Bedtime for the Burpee Bears by Joe Wicks.

Bluebell Spring 1

Bluebell children have been listening to the story Rosies Walk. We sequenced the pictures of the story together and practised saying the words across, around, over, past, through, and under. They pretended to be Rosie the hen and went on a walk in the playground. They went across the playground, around the climbing frame, over the bridge, past the house, through the gate, under the tree and back in time for snack.

Autumn 22

The children in Bluebell have thoroughly enjoyed learning all about the Queen and her Platinum Jubilee. The children made crowns, party bags and flags ready for the Jubilee party. The children made their own stamps and we had our own Art gallery. The children enjoyed using 1p coins to buy handbags from the role play shop and designed a handbag for the Queen.

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