We have been having lots of fun outdoors this week. We went on an ‘Autumn Walk’ up to the magic tree. We made an imaginary camp fire in the Nursery Garden and made pancakes and hot chocolate to keep us warm!
This year, as part of our school improvement plan, we are continuing to focus on the health and wellbeing of all our pupils.
‘Lucy’s Blue Day’ is a story book which focuses on children’s mental health. It was written by a Scottish dad called Chris Duke. The story is about a little girl called Lucy with magical hair. It changes colour to reflect how she feels: yellow when she’s happy; purple when she’s excited and red when she’s angry. One day she wakes up and her hair has turned blue; a new colour she’s never felt before. The book helps children to understand that sometimes it’s ok not to be ok!
We are pleased to announce that Chris will be visiting our school on Wednesday 23rd October. He will be delivering assemblies to all of our primary and nursery children. If anyone would like to buy the book (or any other resources) our school has been offered a 20% discount. Please find the website details and discount code below. Chris will bring any pre-orders with him when he comes to our school on 23rd October.
Thanks for your continued support.
Look at us exploring how fast we could go in our bikes. We had to assess if we would go too fast on the hill. We were also using all our balance skills to climb. Great to be outside in the fresh air.
It has been great exploring the water with some of the rainy weather we have had lately. We have made pipes, tunnels and making coloured water with the paints. Lots of learning and lots of fun.