Commuters along one of South London’s busiest rail links have an ambitious new piece of public art to contemplate thanks to children from Christ Church Primary School SW9, who are drawing attention to the effects of climate change. Sitting on the roof top of local restaurant ‘Olley’s Fish Experience’, the 3 meter tall sculpture is […]
We are exploring size, measurement and comparative language.
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The worlds largest lesson
We focused our global lesson on ‘Clean water for all’.
We walked all around the nursery inside and outside thinking about where we find water. We made a list and took photographs.
We thought about whether we waste water at school. We tried to think of ways we could be more careful.
Here are some ideas to save water at home.
Lots of water is unsafe to drink know because of increased pollution. In Philosophy for children we looked at two types of water one clean and one dirty. The children thought about what water they would like to drink and why?
Nursery had a fabulous time in the sun this week with water. We paddled our hot toes in the water. We made gigantic bubbles using a hoop in the tuff spot tray. We watered our garden and explored our water pump tunnel. We used the hose to fill containers, water the garden and fill the water tray.
Playing in water.
Playing with water.
When the weather turned rainy, we went out exploring the rain and the puddles. We floated ducks on the puddles. We drew with chalk in the puddles. We tried to transfer water from one puddle to another so that it would be deep enough for the ducks to float on more successfully.
We sang this song outside. Sing it at home with your family.
We are going to be learning more about our bodies this week. We have drawn around our bodies and painted them, drawn charcoal faces, and worked hard to finish our art display for the hall. Watch this space!