Just to let you know I will be leaving St Mary’s next Wednesday 6th April as I have secured a part time post at Law Rd Nursery in North Berwick where I now live.
I have loved my last year at St. Mary’s and will really miss the wonderful staff, children and parents. I intend to continue to work on supply as an Early Years Practitioner in addition to my new post so hope to be back at St Mary’s to say hello from time to time.
Wishing you and your families all the very best for the future,
This week the children have been learning about Robert Burns and how people around the world celebrate his birthday, they have been particularly enjoying dancing to scottish music.
Below the girls organised themselves in this dance.
Some of the children spoke about the recent volcanic eruption in Tonga and used the computer to find out information, they then created their own volcano with the help of Mrs Braid.
What do you think will happen when you add the ingredients to your model?
Callum ” we are going to make lava ”
Amelia ” it’s gonna explode, lava going to come out exploding ”
Emma ” going to be lava from the ground ”
When the children’s volcano exploded
Joelle ” it’s like blood, exploding too, it’s like soda, people drink it ”
Connolly ” we made it “
Mrs Anthoney created this fantastic bar graph to enable the children to record how many birds the children see from our nursery. Looks like seagulls are wining so far.