This week the children have been curious about colour following our whole school work on The Dot.
Nursery and Reception
The Chapter House Nursery and Reception follows on from our Queen's Kindergarten. It continues to support a child's early development through the power of play and social interactions, capturing their individual interests and encouraging learning through them.
Building upon the EYFS curriculum, the Nursery and Reception years provide the opportunity for children to learn a modern foreign language and to undertake expert music tuition. Pupils can also enjoy participating in sports, including regular swimming, dance and multi-skill sessions and take full advantage of our excellent sporting facilities, outdoor learning areas and playgrounds.
Chapter House Early Years judged ‘Outstanding’ across all areas by Schools Inspectorate 2019
The Chapter House Early Years was praised for its 'excellent care and learning experiences that the setting provides’. The glowing ISI report follows a three-day inspection in February this year, with inspectors observing every aspect of school life.
The key findings for the Early Years Foundation Stage provision are set out in the report:
To start the new term, the children received new roles of responsibility with Alisya being the fruit monitor, Simrah the new form captain, Isabel the new school councillor and Beatrice, Felicity and Olivia being breaktime buddies. They voted democratically to appoint the new form captain.
EYFS and KS1 have enjoyed a day with One Day Creative today taking part in a drama workshop based on Jack and The Beanstalk.
We have been thinking about change as part of our Personal Development curriculum.
The children and staff enjoyed the first Welfare Walk of the term on Friday.
Our busy, little children have been very excited by the story of ‘The Gingerbread Man’ this week.
A very big welcome to all the children in EYFS. We have spent the first two days getting used to new faces, new names and new routines!
It is hard to believe that this is our last week at school. When you look back through this news page it is quite amazing to see what a busy year we have had and how much all the children have grown!
This is always an exciting and much looked forward to week in EYFS as it is our Summer Trip. Fasten your belts and off to Hesketh Farm Park we go…
We all really enjoyed our visit from Mr Hill this week. He came to tell us all about being a pilot…