Nursery Week beginning 16th January

We are trying out a new way to share the nursery children’s learning journey, it is called sway. We think that it is a great way to share their learning with you. Please have a look and let us know what you think.

As you can see from sway the children have been busy this week continuing to look at how to be safe. In addition to what the learning on sway some children also enjoyed using their ITC skills to play a Paw Patrol game on staying safe. They were great at taking turns because if they all tried to play at once the game would freeze!

If you would like to play the game with your child at home you can copy and paste the  link below.


This week’s learning in our class.

In maths we have been learning about decimals, finding out about tenths, hundredths and thousandths- Ava

I have been learning how to add 3 digit numbers with carrying – Jamie

In HWB we were learning about how germs are spread and what we could do to stop this – Lewis

In maths I have been learning my 7 times table and I found it easy – Amber

For our Scottish night we have been learning a lovely new song called the Ghosts of Culloden – Rebecca

On Friday we did a speed times tables test and I did it up to 12 – Meah

In handwriting I am beginning to learn how to join my letters – Jack

In HWB we learned the 3 ways of germ travel – Direct/indirect/airborne – Chloe

I enjoyed playing badminton in PE – Cyrus

We were learning how to win a point in badminton – Kieran

I learned how far a sneeze can travel and it is 6 feet – Angus

I enjoyed doing our speed times tables on Friday – Ffion

I enjoyed making the 3D Nessie, stuffing it with paper – Tia

We are making a map of the Battle of Bannockburn which has been good – Melissa

In writing we wrote a newspaper article about Bannockburn and I enjoyed it – Kelsey

I liked learning the Scottish song for the Scottish night – Helen

We are learning Robert Burns poems and I am reciting Address to a Haggis – Toby

We did an experiment with a bottle spray to show how far a sneeze travels. below are the pictures of us conducting the experiment.