Blog / Early Years
A mysterious egg has appeared in Nursery.
The children are waiting in anticipation to see what kind of creature will emerge when it hatches…watch this nest!
After many recitals of lines, acting and narrating parts, singing sessions and practising our jazz hands, the children were ready for their moment! Yesterday marked the day we have been eagerly preparing for, the day of the EYFS Nativity Play.
On a joyous cloud in heaven, The Angel Express arrived…
In the last week of term, our friends Clement and Clementine went missing! As we have been learning about Superheroes and their superpowers, we thought we would go on a Superhero Quest to try and find them. The children donned their capes, prepped their masks and went in search of our class bears.…
A spaceship crash landed on the roof of our school and now there is an alien called Beegu on the loose!!
After school yesterday, Miss Fostir and Miss Olivia found a small yellow alien and her spaceship on our roof playground. They asked her to stay where she was while they went to get Mr Peter’s…
This afternoon St Clement Danes watched LIVE as Tim Peake became the first British Citizen to walk in Space!!
We were very worried when Tim Peake was told that his safety tether may have snagged …and then hugely relieved when Mission Control said he could proceed as all was well. Phew!
“Time is really flying by; we must be having fun!”
"Yes! Yes!" Our Nursery and Reception pocket watches gave a superstar performance in the Royal Opera House last week!
Our Early Years classes had a fabulous time exploring the Sea Life London Aquarium just before the Easter holidays!
Find out more about the creatures we met: https://www.visitsealife.com/london/explore-our-creatures/
Did you know...? For adults with children who are pre-Nursery age, the Aquarium…
Evie and Chienken’s mummies came into school to tell our Nursery and Reception classes about Chinese New Year. They very kindly gave each child a lucky red envelope. The envelope contained a special card with the child’s name written in Chinese characters.
The children watched this video to hear…
Have you heard about the egg that Reception Class found in their classroom?! The children came up with some great ideas about what might be inside the egg. They drew their ideas with chalk and wrote labels. They kept a very close eye on the egg and, just before the half-term holiday, IT HATCHED! …
Our Nursery and Reception Inuits love their new igloo! Thank you for all the milk bottle donations!