European Week for Waste Reduction 21st – 29th November During the year we talk about litter, recycling, reducing waste, saving energy – water/electricity Recycle your junk – send in to school for junk art. (No toilet rolls and containers to be washed out please) Check the lists displayed in the hall to see when your child is visiting the Forest School. Sign up to accompany your child Dress children appropriately, wellington boots can be worn to school on their scheduled Forest School Day. Cara Emily Seanain Olly Don’t forget about the Road of Hope Christmas Shoebox appeal. This is for a very good cause. Please bring in your shoeboxes or loose items by Thursday 5th November. Have you received your text messages from school? If not let the office know. Warm clothing required for outdoor play. Name all clothing. Toileting – reinforce importance of flushing the toilet after use, (children often need to try a few times before it will flush) and the need to wash our hands. Parent volunteers – any parents/grandparents willing to help with snack, story telling, singing, dancing etc, let us know. National Tree Week 28th Nov – 6th Dec Look out for these colours and bring some examples in for our colour table Autumn Trail at school – looking at leaves, weather, creepy crawlies Talk about hibernation and migration of birds and animals Dark evening! How does this colour make you feel? What to wear if you are walking in the dark! Triangle – How many sides? How many corners? Explore concept through hands on experience, feely boxes etc 23rd – 29th Nov Talk about road safety with your child. World Nursery Rhyme Week 9th – 13th November Explore the nursery rhyme resources in the school hall area. Sing nursery rhymes with your child (see our info sheet on the importance of nursery rhymes).