Headteacher: Anna Moss

0121 445 1622

31st March 2023

What a busy week from singing on the steps, to our Easter story night.  The children have taken it all in their stride and have kept the smiles on their faces throughout.  Our final fun-packed week:

Forest School

Easter Egg Hunt

To link to our story of the week, you enjoyed going on your own Easter Egg hunt in the Forest School in the rain!!!  Hiding and finding and collecting on a soggy ten frame was fun.


Easter songs

We hope you all enjoyed the “sing-song” on the steps on Tuesday morning.  I am sure you would agree how they did a wonderful job – all those faces watching and they still sang and joined in confidently. 

Write Dance

Baby Shark Easter

Another themed dance this week as we have been revisiting a favourite song with an Easter twist.  See if they can remember every action! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ODaID0n3Jo


Battery Toys

A final week of term must be a reason for a toy week! Thank you for bringing in and sharing all your battery toys.  Being able to “explore how thing work” is always fun through toys.


Subitise to 3

Fingers numbers to 5

We warmed up with an Easter egg game of throwing eggs into cups and subitising how many you could see.  Saying and seeing numbers (not counting) is a key early years skill.  Matching a numeral to finger numbers was fun with a friend.  Having some “thinking” time before “showing” time helped you work out which fingers you were going to show too!

Communication and Language

We’re Going on an Easter Egg Hunt, Martha Mumford

A gorgeous story with lots of flaps to lift – always fun, whatever age you are!  You enjoyed spotting and counting the eggs throughout the story with the bunny.


Easter cards

The Spring Chicken Easter cards will have now come to you (in a brown envelope) – a card that will be a reminder of a song that sticks in a loop in your head. 

Dough Disco

Jungle Boogie. Kool and the Gang

Thank you Freya – what a song and chosen by a group that we have had before!  We have been “getting down” with the dough and discoing our arms too. 

A message for parents – for those off to school in September, good luck with your school placements over the Easter break.  We hope you get your school of choice. 

Have a lovely Easter break everyone! 

Mrs Mander, Mrs Allen and Mrs Franklin X