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Nursery reunite with their class friends!

This week the highlight in Nursery has certainly been able to conduct a live session with our classmates on 2 days of the week.

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Despite the adjustment to seeing friends on a screen, it was clear to see that the children and teachers were very happy and excited to finally have some form of reunion with their class friends!

It was wonderful to hear about what the children had enjoyed over the weekend when we spoke at the beginning of the week. We were also very pleased to see the children sharing something special that they have at home, an activity they have enjoyed or talk about a highlight from during the week as we spoke at the end of the week.

Through our video uploads, we have continued our learning explorations around our homes this week as we have investigated non-standard measurements,  numbers in the home, phonics and sound play, Easter arts and crafts, baking and a very familiar story about a very hungry caterpillar!

We wish all of our Nursery families a wonderful Easter break. 


Alyssa Prokic

Nursery Learning Leader