Tawstock Woods is a beautiful woodland with a footpath and river. The children enjoyed running around in the field and exploring the dens in the woods. We met goats and sheep. We found lots of things for the Curiosity Basket in our porch. We got very muddy!
Here at St. Michael’s Nursery, we believe that teaching the children to care for their environment, will ultimately make a difference in the world we live in. Forest School, Wild Hygge, Mindfulness sessions, growing vegetables in our allotment, sorting rubbish into materials for the recycling bins, respecting the wildlife and insects, reading stories and trips out are all ways that we regularly learn about our environment. We recently took part in World Ocean Day and this i
After School Club have been asking what makes us happy? We have taken part in lots of games and activities this week to talk about what make our light shine. Some of the comments were "friends, family, food and football!" We loved the apple activity that shows us how words can hurt us on the inside. Our 'Feelings Weather Chart' was also a great way of explaining our day.
Singing 'Cauliflowers's Fluffy', digging up potatoes, picking apples and dropping Breakfast Club off to St. Peter's Church has all been part of our celebration of Harvest time. The children are learning lots about Autumn and the changing seasons.