Sea Pollution!

Published on Thursday 13 June 2019 by Mrs Fox.

This week in nursery we have been learning all about sea pollution. We explored what it was like for the sea creatures when they lived in nice clean water with lots of space to swim. Then we talked about the effects of oil and rubbish when it pollutes the sea. The children tried to rub the oil of the animals but it was very hard! We then worked as a group to try and remove all of the litter from the sea! We decided to help the sea creatures by never littering and picking up any rubbish that we may find.

Sea Pollution! Sea Pollution!

We also had a visit from Dr Tom and his furry friend Jed. They came to tell us about the “diamond powers” that we all have inside of us. The children learnt that if they do something for themselves, rather than relying on an adult then they get a diamond power. After Dr Tom's visit the children were inspired to be more independent and they were great little helpers. We hope you can encourage them to earn lots of diamonds at home too!

Sea Pollution! Sea Pollution!

Our little rays of sunshine this week are Oscar Fullerton for becoming more aware of the rules and routines of nursery. He comes into nursery with a big smile and no longer has any tears. Well done for settling into nursery life Oscar! Brooklyn Wade for gaining in confidence and is becoming more vocal. This week we went fishing and he caught a “shark” and he told me that sharks “swim” Well done Brooklyn! Holly Symcox for being such a lovely friend and is so helpful to our younger children. She is a fantastic role model and I am going to miss her when she goes to school! Gracie-May Walton for making new friends! It has been lovely to see her playing with other children. She had lots of fun playing mams and dads with Dexter. I am very proud of you Gracie! And finally Rowan Freeman for making new friends. It has been lovely to see Rowan playing with River and his confidence has blossomed. He was also so eager to earn diamonds by doing things all by himself and helping to tidy up. Keep up the great work!

Sea Pollution!