Archive for April, 2015

ZOOLAB visit Aigburth

Written by Aigburth. Posted in General

We followed our children’s interest’s and invited ZOOLAB to visit our children last week with their creepy crawly roadshow. The children were amazed by the wonderful creatures that they saw and eagerly listened to the interactive stories told by the Ranger. The children showed exceptional interest in the story about ‘sticky the huge stick insect’ and all of his friends, including a giant hissing cockroach, tarantula, gerbils, snake, African snail and many more !!

Easter Fun!

Written by Garston. Posted in General

On Thursday the children had an Easter egg hunt. The Easter bunny had hidden chocolate eggs in the garden and the children searched high and low to find them. In the afternoon we had an Easter bonnet parade where there were prizes for the most creative bonnets!

Autism Awareness Onsie Day!

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On Wednesday 1st April the children came to nursery in their onsie’s and pyjama’s to raise money for The Austistic Society. All of the children got involved and the staff did too! Their generous donations raised £65.25 for this great charity. Thank you to all those who donated.

The Search for Queen Elsa!

Written by Garston. Posted in General

The Worker Bees children lost the figurine of Queen Elsa. The next day the postman delivered a letter from Prince Hans saying that he had kidnapped her and frozen her in ice. The children then searched in all of the cold places they could think of to find her. When they found her they had to use their problem solving skills to try and get Queen Elsa out of the block of ice. They used hammers and saws, they tried melting it in the sun and they sprayed warm water on the ice to try and melt it. They eventually set her free and wrote a letter back to Prince Hans to tell him all about it.

Easter celebrations in Aigburth

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Our children have been part of an action packed, fun fuelled week celebrating Easter. They have taken part in Easter bonnet parades, egg hunts and lots of other eggciting activities !!  Worker Bees and Busy Bees have voted for the ‘Most interesting bonnet’  and learnt about how voting is ‘having a voice’ and ‘being heard’ on the build up to the General Election.

Busy Bees Trip to the Library

Written by Garston. Posted in General

This morning Busy Bees when on a trip to Garston Library. They rode in the turtle bus which they thought was very funny! When they arrived they all chose a book to read and remembered they had to whisper in the library! They had such a good time they are going again soon.
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