St Peter’s Residence

It was our first visit to St Peter’s following the half term holiday and we were excited to see our partners again. We’ve missed them! In Nursery the children have been thinking about how to be more like Jesus and have written Lenten promises. We read the story ‘Superworm’ – it was about minibeast friends working together to save Superworm from the Evil Lizard! Then the children and their partners worked together to decorate their very own tote bag. It was a lovely sunny day so we enjoyed some time out in the garden together too.

 

Nursery have enjoyed a further three visits to St Peter’s to meet up with their partners, now firm friends. We have had a superhero Olympics, designing our own medals and knocking down skittles, and a music session learning a very tricky song! This week, to fit in with the Jack and the Beanstalk topic in Nursery, we shared a story and planted our own seeds. We’re hoping to see lots of lovely ‘hair’ on our cress heads next week!

On their second visit to St Peter’s, the nursery children and their partners read ‘Biscuit Bear’ and made their very own biscuit decorations! Everyone’s favourite part of the session was eating them at lunch!

Nursery have made some new friends – residents at St Peter’s! Our new link with the care home, run by The Little Sisters of the Poor, means that some of our Nursery children can visit their new partners regularly and take part in a variety of activities. In the first week we made festive decorations for our upcoming Christmas fair and enjoyed lunch together. Keep an eye on the gallery for more photo updates!