It was lovely to welcome Nursery parents into school for our Easter stay and play. We made Easter nests, cards and Bonnets as well as showing our grown ups what we like to do when we are in Nursery.
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Spring Holiday Club, free activities and nutritious meals for children and young people who are
eligible for benefits related free school meals or from a family suffering hardship.
Spring Holiday Club
Monday 11 – Friday 22 April (excluding bank holidays)
Free activities and nutritious meals for children and young people in South Tyneside (age 5-16) who
are eligible for benefits related free school meals or from a family experiencing hardship. All events
are subject to availability. Booking is essential. Activities and food are funded by the Department for
Our chicks arrived in Yellow and Orange Class on Monday. We were really excited for their arrival. We all predicted which chick would hatch first.
Unfortunately nothing happened through the day (despite lots of wobbling noticed by children on “chick watch” ) On Tuesday morning we had some newly hatched chicks waiting in the incubator.
We learned how to distinguish between boys and girls and then after 24 hours we were able to move the chicks into the brooder box. The chicks need some time after being born to dry out and gain strength.
Our chicks are now all hatched and we have moved them into the brooder box. This week we are going to learn how to look after them and hold them safely.