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This afternoon, at Performance Platform,  we have enjoyed pieces from our emerging musical talent at Springmead.  Having opportunity to perform as well as the discipline of practice is important in developing musical skills and purpose.  Musicality starts through early experiences – in Nursery we support this by offering a rich music environment through experiencing a wide variety of musical genres – singing and dancing together, noting rhythms, pitch and timings...
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Wow – what a lot we packed into a week. The Rabbits loved walking around the science fair on Friday, and we spent the afternoon doing our own experiments. We wanted to know if a snowman would get too hot if it wore a coat so we did an experiment with an ice cube and a sock and one without to see which would melt faster. We had a great...
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On Go Explore this week the Hedgehogs went off to the wildlife area. We were super lucky as it wasn’t rainy at all so we had a lovely walk down. The hill (or mountain to the Hedgehogs!) was a bit slippy and was a definite hike back up, the stile was great for our physical development. Down at the wildlife area we enjoyed the story of Stick Man whilst having...
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The nursery have adjusted to the new term routine of early mornings and busy days.  It’s lovely to see their friendships develop.  We have spent time this week reviewing our class rules based on the Springmead Way of Share and Listen. These ways of being, we hope, will embed themselves into the children’s vocabulary and attitudes.  In class we have looked at space and owls, all part of our Night and...
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Childrens Mental Health and the Thrive Approach In the world we find ourselves living in today, children’s mental health in England is a topic of growing concern and importance. Despite increased awareness and efforts to address mental health issues in recent years, many children continue to face significant challenges. Factors such as academic pressures, social media, family dynamics, and economic stressors can contribute to the rising rates of anxiety, depression,...
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