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A busy week in the Oak Room

It has been a busy week in the Oak Room. On Monday, we went to the shop to see if we could spot any animal produce on the shelves as this relates to our current learning topic . The children really enjoyed this activity and it was lovely to be able to get back out…

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Chestnut Cherub’s (Answers)

  Thank you to everyone who took part in our Chesnut Cherub challenge. The answers are in so let us know how you did x We would also like to wish you all a great October break.  Happy Holidays x

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Stay, Play and Learn

This week we have had the pleasure of welcoming some parents to the centre join us for stay, play and learn sessions. On Monday we had mud kitchen and water play, Tuesday was music with Liam and Wednesday and Thursday were forest schools. This was so much fun and lovely for the parents to be…

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Morrisons Good To Grow Scheme

Morrisons are giving away FREE gardening equipment to schools! With a MyMorrisons account, collect Grow Tokens when you shop online or in store and donate them to our school. For more information visit itsgoodtogrow.co.uk. #itsgoodtogrow #makegoodthingshappen #morrisons”

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Fun on the farm

The children in the Oak room have been super busy! Following on from their recent interest in animals, during this week we have enjoyed various activities helping us learn all about what foods different animals might eat. We took a trip to the woods to see if we could collect some food that animals eat….

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Our Sense of Sight (Chestnut Room)

We used our sense of sight with a variety of different equipment to see what we could find while out exploring in our local woods

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Chestnut Cherubs (Link with home)

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Bug spotting!

This week the children in the Oak room have still been learning all about animal habitats. On Wednesday we went bug hunting up at the woods the children took bug catchers and magnifying glasses to help spot the bugs and to get a closer look at them. This let the children discover and see for…

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Planting in our local woodland

On Thursday  the Chestnut room linked learning with the Biology department and some students from Glenurquhart high school to plant some Ash trees in our local woodland. The Children learnt that you have to cover the new trees with tubes to protect them from the animals but these can be removed after 1 years of…

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