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Take Part in Pyjamarama – Friday 1st May 2020

30th April 2020

This Friday, we are taking part in Pyjamarama – a nationwide reading event organised by The Book Trust. Spend the day in your pyjamas and take on different reading challenges and activities available on the Pyjamarama website. Take a look on the school’s Twitter feed to see some of the Normand Croft staff enjoying a book in their jammies… you may even spot a few pets reading too! Why not take a photo of you taking part and tweet us with it? Here is the Pyjamarama Festival schedule for the day… Have fun!

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Ponies

12th December 2018

We were very lucky in Early Years to have some beautiful ponies come to visit us. They arrived from Ealing Riding school all decorated for Christmas. The children in Reception and Nursery got to feed them apples and carrots. They also got to stroke them. A lot of the children said that they had never seen a real pony before!  

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Fine Motor Skills

7th December 2018

We have been using the tweezers with the pom-poms to develop our fine motor skills.  This builds up the muscles in our hands that we will need for writing when we are a bit older.

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Our Royal Wedding Street Party!

24th May 2018

The Children in Reception and Nursery celebrated the Royal Wedding last week by having a street party at school. They dressed up in their smart wedding clothes and baked some sweet treats to eat. They even practised their ballroom dancing!    

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Diwali in the Early Years

2nd November 2017

Early Years learned about the Hindu festival of Diwali. Nursery children  made and decorated some beautiful diva lamps and made rangoli patterns in the playground.  We have also been doing some wonderful Indian Bollywood dancing! As Diwali is the ‘celebration of light’ the children in Reception have been using this opportunity to experiment with light and investigate how they can change it.

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