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Autumn Half Term 2

This half term our topic is bags and boxes Through this we will we will be exploring and  learning about different celebrations and other religions .

We will be looking at the following 

* Birthdays - children's own and the Sikh Guru Nanak Dev Ji 

* Bonfire Night 

* Hindu festival of Diwali 

* Remembrance day

* Children in need 

* Christmas 

Jeff the scientist with Ms Isirgan

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Hello Nursery :)

Today you can try this activity at home :)
It is a science experiment I would like you to make some ice with me 🧊

When the ice comes out of the freezer I would like you to draw or write me different ways you think we can melt the ice and collect our items from inside .

Please ask your mummies and daddies to help you if you are going to use any tools such as toy hammers etc.

I cannot wait to see what you guys have come up with :)

See you soon

Exploring the environment

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Come and take a walk with Isiragn in the woods. What can you see?
You can talk a Autumn walk in the local park,. What is happening to the leaves on the trees ? what animals can you see?

Road  Safety Week 

Please can ask that you are extra vigilant  whist crossing the roads

as the roads and pavements are a very busy time during drop off and pick up times 


Talk to your child about crossing safely and holding a adults hand as they do so. 


Child Road Safety - Hedgehogs

TV ad of Hedgehogs crossing the road - from

Today marks the third day of Road Safety Week and the theme of this year’s campaign is GO20, which is quite simply urging drivers to travel more slowly around schools and built-up areas. A survey by Brake, a road safety charity, found that 70% of children questioned said that the reason they did not walk and cycle more in their local area was because the roads were too dangerous. This campaign aims to highlight the benefits of driving more slowly, which include fewer accidents, less pollution and safer communities, and to try and convince local authorities to implement more 20 zones