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Mud Kitchen Creations

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Star of the Week

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Owl Baby Makaton

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Our Shape Owls

September 11th, 2017 by


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Retelling Owl Babies Small World

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Lost Baby Owls

September 5th, 2017 by


Today when we arrived at nursery there three baby owls sat on a chair

We talked about where they might have came from and why they are here?

“I think they have lost there Mommy”
“Look they’re sad”
“There Mommy ain’t here though”

They had a book with them called Owl Babies,

“We could read that together at story time couldn’t we”
“Aww there’s three owls on there aswell”
“Aww let’s read it now”

We shared the book in small groups with Miss Dudley

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Settling back into Nursery

September 5th, 2017 by


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Our Vegetable patch is growing

September 5th, 2017 by


Today the children in nursery were very excited to see that our vegetable patch that we started before the summer holidays has started grow we picked radishes and beans from our vegetable patch.

Lots of the children enjoyed washing the vegetables and took them home to share with their families.

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Summer reading Challenge 2017

July 11th, 2017 by



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Sharing a Shell – Shared Reading

July 10th, 2017 by


In today’s session we enjoyed reading the book Sharing a Shell.

The children helped to go over our class rules before we started
“We need to do good listening, good sitting, good looking, good waiting, good speaking and good thinking.”

So then we talked about the front cover, and what the children thought might happen in the story.

Poppi said “it’s under the sea, all loads of sea animals and mermaids”
Ethan thought there may be a shark in our story “with sharp teeth”
and Verity-Rae talked about the crab she could see “I don’t like nasty crabs cause they sometimes snip ya finger and pinch ya”

The children engaged well and listened attentively to the story offering ideas of what might happen next and how the characters might feel.

Molly said “that crab needs to be kind and share else he won’t have no friends”
Frankie added “he’s being nasty to them, and he’s not sharing, see he’s got a angry face”
Alfie “I like it when they all happy at the end, see they smiling now”

At the end of our story we talked about what had happened and what we enjoyed about the book.

Alfie said “me like the bit where they all sharing”

Georgi said “it raining broke everything”
Poppy “I like the part where they all go into the pink shell “they was all happy”

Well done everyone!

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Something is growing in the Vegetable Patch

July 10th, 2017 by


The children were very excited today to see that some vegetables have started to sprout in our vegetable patch

They watered the soil “”it’s a sunny day that’s why” “it will grow big now”

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My Money Week Treat

July 7th, 2017 by


For my money week our class made blue glittery jellies.

On market hall day our stall was the first to sell out so we won a certificate and £10 prize money.

The children were asked what treats they would like to have out of the £10

The children chose to make their own ice creams, so we got wafer cones, vanilla ice cream, strawberry sauce, flakes and sprinkles.

The children enjoyed helping to make their ice creams and enjoyed eating them even more.

Well done everyone!

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Welcome to our Ice cream Parlour

July 5th, 2017 by and tagged , , , ,



Today the children have enjoyed playing in our very own ice cream parlour.

The children took it in turns to be shop keeper, and the rest of the children queued up for an ice cream.

The children played imaginatively alongside each other.

It was so much fun!

“Ice cream ice cream come and get an ice cream”
“They cost 50p
“I want sprinkles please and juice”
“Can I have a cone please”
“You have to eat ice cream fast don’t you miss baker cause it melts”

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The Fairy Garden

July 3rd, 2017 by


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Fruit Tasting

June 28th, 2017 by and tagged ,



Today during snack the children had the opportunity to try some new fruits, we talked about hygiene and being healthy

Firstly the children washed there hands ready for snack

“I need to wash all the germs of my hands don’t I miss baker”
“Germs make us poorly if we don’t wash our hands don’t they”
“I need to use loads of soap to get mine clean”

We talked about the different fruits we were going to try, we had watermelon, pineapple, banana and Kiwi, the children talked about what the fruits looked like before they had been peeled and cut.

“They’re different inside look there’s seeds in the watermelon and it’s not green it’s red”
“The pineapple looked spikey on its skin”
“This watermelon tastes nice its juicy the pineapple is really sweet ain’t it miss baker”
“This kiwi is sour I like dour sweets I do”
“We don’t eat the skin do we”

The children did very well in trying the different fruits

“Fruits make me healthy, cause I’m big now see”
” I love fruits do”
“My favourite is watermelon”
“I love this pineapple it’s so juicy”

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Miss Baker Visits ‘Blue Planet’.

June 27th, 2017 by and tagged , , , , ,

The children enjoyed hearing all about Miss Baker’s recent visit to ‘Blue Planet’. She told the children that Mr Baker got to go swimming with sharks!

What do you think Mr Baker saw in the water?

“Big sharks!” Frankie

“Crabs!” Ethan

“Dory fish!” Kade

Miss Baker was kind enough to bring in some real shark teeth to show the children!

We then looked at an information book about sharks.


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Our Vegetable Patch

June 26th, 2017 by and tagged , , , , ,


Today the children have enjoyed helping to set up our vegetable patch

We talked about the different vegetables that we could grow

“I want to grow some carrots I love carrots”
“I like peas, my mommy does peas on my dinner”

The children enjoyed sprinkling the seeds into the soil, they then filled a watering can and watered the soil

“Water will help em grow big”
“They need to drink loads of water”

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Floating and Sinking

June 22nd, 2017 by and tagged ,


Today the children in nursery worked very hard to sort out different objects to see which ones float and which ones sink.

The children had a guess first to see if they thought it was going to float or sink

We talked about what float and sink meant

“Float means it’s just on top of the water”
“Sink is when it goes all under the water”

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Market Hall Day – My Money Week

June 15th, 2017 by


The children in nursery have enjoyed taking part in my money week,, we hope you enjoyed our pitch and got to try a delicious deep sea treat.

The children enjoyed visiting the different stalls and buying healthy treats, they were very tasty!

Thank you!


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My Money Week Pitch – Deep Sea Desserts

June 14th, 2017 by

(N) My Money Week Pitch from Leamore Primary School on Vimeo.

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My Money Week Preparations

June 14th, 2017 by

The children in Nursery have worked hard on their pitch over the last few days.

We hope you enjoy it and come and buy one of our delicious deep sea desserts. They are a real bargain at only 50p!



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Under the Sea

June 5th, 2017 by


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Fun in the Outdoor Area

May 26th, 2017 by


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Exploring the Jungle Activities

May 19th, 2017 by


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RESPECT – Keeping our outdoor environment tidy

May 18th, 2017 by

Today the children in Nursery spent time talking about ‘respect’. and the importance of looking after our environment, we want our school to look tidy and clean this means making sure there is no rubbish lying around on the floor.

“We have to tidy our playground so it looks nice don’t we” Poppi

“We have to put the rubbish in the bin” Kade

“We have to make sure we put everything away nice and neat .” Ethan

Today the. Children worked hard outside to make sure our playground was tidy and free from litter, they used the litter pickers to collect rubbish from around the outside area and put it in the bin.


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