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NAE World Nursery Rhyme Week

17 November 2016

Last week children in EYFS learned different nursery rhymes as part of Nord Anglia Education Global Campus World Nursery Rhyme Week.

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Monday 7th November - Doctor Foster, Tuesday 8th November – Baa Baa Black Sheep, Wednesday 9th November – Two Little Dickie Birds, Thursday 10th November – Incy Wincy Spider and Friday 11th November – Hey Diddle Diddle.

Parents also got involved at the “build, create and play together” club and made some spiders. The children have been very creative making puppets and enjoyed acting out the rhymes. Children have also shared their work and singing with other Nord Anglia Schools – The British International School Bratislava and British Vietnamese International School HCMC.

If you want a challenge then why not take the parents quiz.  

Sarah Curran, Assistant Head Teacher (EYFS) and Global Campus Leader