Just a reminder that there is no Forest School session for Acorn Room tomorrow due to the Easter bonnet parade 👒
Places still available……
If you are interested and hold the relevant qualifications, please get in contact with us at
We are looking for someone to join our Noah’s ark family.
A big thank you to everyone who has worn blue and yellow to support Ukraine today, we raised a wonderful £24!
This afternoon we decorated biscuits in the Ukraine flag colours using icing and bananas. We practiced safely cutting up bananas and spreading the icing.
Once again, a huge thank you for all of your support 🇺🇦
🇺🇦 U K R A I N E D A Y 🇺🇦
Letters about our Easter bonnet parade will be going out this week and if you would like to join us, there is a form to return on the back of the letter. Easter bonnets are to be made at home and bought to the parade where the children will get to show off their fantastic work and make some Easter themed crafts. We look forward to seeing your wonderful creations! 🐥🌼
👒 E A S T E R • B O N N E T • P A R A D E 👒
Please join us in supporting the DEC's appeal for Ukraine by wearing yellow and blue clothes.
🇺🇦 T O M O R R O W 🇺🇦
Today we are supporting awareness of World Down Syndrome Day by wearing lots of different socks. The idea of mismatched socks as well as the date signifies the uniqueness of the 3rd chromosome on chromosome number 21, also known as “Trisomy 21”
This week we have been exploring all things worms! We have discovered lots of interesting facts and read the story 'Superworm' 📖
The children had lots of fun creating our very own wormery and helped to dig for worms.
At Forest School the children used natural items to make a super long worm! 🍂
In the maths area, the children looked at long and short toy worms and practiced rolling playdough to make longer and shorter ones 📏
We finished our worm week by making 'muddy worm' crispy cakes, using chocolate, rice krispies and strawberry laces 🍫
Next week we are looking at butterflies and caterpillars, using the story 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar 🐛🦋
Look out for a letter regarding ClassDojo next week!! 📝
There's a worm at the bottom of the garden..
We made a wormery and talked about how to take care of worms. We will continue this tomorrow and talk about the features and characteristic of the wiggly worm.
We have had a super time thanks to Superworm! We have listened to the story of Superworm by Julia Donaldson to kick start our week on worms. We had lots of wormy activities and had so much fun learning through play in our developed outdoor area!
We have been busy learning about slugs and snails this week which has included reading 'Norman, the slug with the silly shell.'
We created our own shell designs using cd's and sparkly materials. Don't they look amazing!
This afternoon we practiced our gross motor movements and mark making by making snail and slug trails and swirly whirly shells! 🐚
At Forest School we found lots of snails hiding under the logs!
🐌 S L U G S A N D S N A I L S 🐌
Today at OSC we conducted an exciting science experiment using Sugar, Washing up liquid, Water and a straw to blow a big bubble then smaller bubbles inside this. The children had great fun seeing how many bubbles could be blown into one! POP!
‘A bubble within a bubble’. ⚗️
We invite everyone to wear Red and donate £1 on Friday 18th March for Red Nose Day.