• The Main Hall

  • Our Outdoor Area

  • Our Forest area

    With special thanks to Luke from A & B Tree Care

  • November Celebrations

  • Music in the Air

  • Our Maths Board

  • Happy Diwali

  • Our Numicons

  • Our Rangoli Patterns

  • Our Art Gallery

  • All Aboard

  • Our Visit from a String Quartet

  • Let's visit the Farm

  • Exploring Autumn

  • London Architecture

  • London Tour

  • Bramble and Rosie tie the knot

  • Pals Big Red Bus

  • Dinosaur Landscape

  • Rosie said Yes

  • Pals Train Station

  • Rhyming Stories

  • Making Music outdoors

  • Down on the Farm

  • Gone Milking

  • Let's go to the Seaside

  • Retrieving information from books

  • It's raining

  • The Scarecrows Wedding

  • Help our Arctic Foxes are frozen!

  • Exploring Autumn Colour

  • Our Leaf Creatures

  • Autumn Counting

  • Autumn painting

  • Camping Role Play

  • Make your own Mini Beast

  • Looking at similarities and differences

  • Exploring Minibeasts

  • Porthole Portraits

  • Our Transport Display

  • Have you travelled to London?

  • Understanding the World

  • Montessori Cylinders

  • Our Maths Table

  • Our Phonic Sounds

  • Small World Play

  • Handa's Surprise

  • Parachute games

  • Forming Letters

  • Winter Wonderland

  • Our Role Play Library

  • We Can Make a Rainbow

  • Harry and the Bucketful of Dinosaurs

  • Our Dinosaur Models

  • Our Bird Watching Hide

  • We made a Jungle Obstacle Course

  • We built a den

  • Our Hen House

  • Matching Numeral to Quantity

  • Pals Castle

  • Tactile numbers

  • Mark making outdoors

  • Our Winter Scene

  • Our Winter Pictures

  • Our Arctic Role Play Area

  • Colour Mixing in the Snow

  • Our Mothers Day Cards

  • How many Inuits?

  • Where Do You Live?

  • Watering our Potatoes and Onions

  • Our Carrot Crop

  • Harvesting Our Potatoes

  • Role Play Garden Centre

  • Our autumn paintings

  • Ten Green Bottles

  • Autumn Leaves are Falling down

  • We painted to music at different tempos

  • A visit from some baby chicks

  • Exploring the seaside

  • Tissue Paper Sunflower

  • Mixing Colours

  • Exploring Paint Outdoors

  • Our Bird Display

  • Our Phonics

  • Role Play Vets

  • Montessori Addition and Subtraction

  • Exploring Texture

  • Our Camouflage Animals

  • Bear Snores On

  • Collage Numbers

  • Understanding the World

  • Welcome to Pals

  • Pals Art Gallery

  • Our Russian Dolls

  • All ready for our Summer Show

  • Our Stone Bugs

  • At the Seaside

  • Our Ice Cream Shop

  • We have been to the Zoo

  • Our Summer Display

  • Our 3D Dear Zoo Display

  • Our Seaside Display

  • Exploring Animals

  • Our Outdoor Spring Display

  • Our Tin Foil Lizards

  • Safari Animals

  • I Spy Animals

  • We all went on Safari

  • Down in the Jungle

  • Role Play House

  • Frogs and Snails

  • Outdoor book area

  • Matching environmental colours

  • String Painting

  • Our camouflage den

  • Our apple bird feeders

  • Orienteering

  • Our owl house

  • Owl Babies

  • Outdoor play

  • The book corner

  • Exploring geometric shapes

  • Dear Zoo

  • Porridge Oats

  • We explored textures

  • Some of our favourite stories

  • Our winter nature collage

  • Role play hospital

  • Winter weather

  • Our Arctic display

  • Our junk model snow robot

  • Role play shop

Tealights
Written by Administrator  

This week the children have been decorating tealights as well as trying their hand at some other Christmas crafts - we will send home all their christmas masterpieces next week. As we have begun to put the script together with our Nativity songs this week we have been allocating parts to the children who will be moving onto school in the summer. The younger children fulfill a very important role as our choir - we are looking forward to performing it for you all.

In the role play area this week the children have enjoyed using our hairdressers heads with brushes, rollers and clips and on our small world tables they have explored our Winter wonderland scene, used the diggers and bricks and even had a trip to London with our London town set. 

During the afternoon sessions we have been exploring one of the children's favourite stories "Stick Man". On Tuesday the children collected their own sticks and then made their own stick men and also painted using sticks on Thursday afternoon. What a busy week!!

 

 
Christmas Cards
Written by Administrator  

This week the children have been busy making some very festive Christmas cards on the activity table - once again we will send these home a little nearer to Christmas.

Our role play area this week has been transformed into a Vets Surgery and the children have taken great card of all the pets in their care. In the lounge the children have enjoyed using our bikes and buggies negotiating the Zebra crossing and also paying good attention to all our road signs. 

On Tuesday afternoon we created an amazing lava lamp using oil, water, food colour and alka seltzer. During the afternoon on Thursday the children enjoyed using our sound recorders first of all listening to a recording and  guessing which staff member it was and then making their own voice recordings.

 

 
Diwali and Fireworks 2018
Written by Administrator  

This week we have turned our attention to some autumn festivals as we have talked about both Diwali and Fireworks night. The children have enjoyed using a range of techniques at the activity table to make some  some beautiful firework pictures and also some some Rangoli patterns and some CD tea light holders as we have learnt a little about Diwali.

At circle time we have begun to learn some new songs in preparation for our Nativity Play which really is only four and a half weeks away....!!

 
Stained Glass Windows
Written by Administrator  

We  have begun to work on some Christmas crafts - all of which will come home towards the end of term.  This week to start us off the children have been creating some stained glass windows with black card and tissue paper. We have also begun to learn our nativity songs and put some signing with them - the children seem to be learning the songs quite rapidly and we are looking forward to them singing with gusto at our Nativity in December.

On Friday morning some of the children experimented with our new recording pegs singing songs or talking into them and then loving hearing their voices back.

 
Autumnal Weather
Written by Administrator  

True to our focus this week we have quite a mixture of weather for the children to enjoy.  On Thursday despite the rain the children enjoyed being outside and were fascinated as they watched some tree surgeons cut down a tree in a neighbouring garden. The children were very grateful to the men for giving us some of the cut down logs for our play area callling out a big thank you to them.

Also outside on our tuff spot we created a lovely autumn sorting activity where the children used large tweezers to put their autumn finds in a pot.