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Welcome to Robin Class

In September 2023 the children in Robin class joined Rabbit class. These children attend for 6 hours a day and are taught by Jess, Mary, Zoe, Hazel and Catherine. Take a look at our page to see some of our learning.

Pumpkin Carving Stay and Play


On Tuesday 31st October 2023 the parents and carers of the children in Robin room, attended a pumpkin carving stay and play session. We just wanted to say 

Thank you to all of the parents and carers who joined their children at the pumpkin carving stay and play everyone looked like they had a fantastic time.


Please take a look below to see how much fun they had.

International Mud Day 2023


Earlham Nursery School celebrated International mud day a day early this year as we have so many fun activities coming up before the


Mud Play is important for children to develop and practice their fine and gross motor skills, increase awareness of their senses, particularly touch, improve hand/ eye coordination and develop their social and emotional skills, including taking turns and leading/following directions. All of the children had the chance to take part in a variety of different activities including going down the mud slide, playing with the muddy animals, making muddy foot prints and much much more!



World Book Day 2021

For World Book Day the children came dressed up as storybook characters! The story that we focussed on for the day was 'The Selfish Crocodile' by Faustin Charles.



Guess How Much I Love You in the Winter

This week the children have been learning all about winter. We have spent lots of time in the garden exploring the different effects that winter has in nature, and we were even lucky enough to have enough snow and ice to go sledging! We explored ice in the classroom, using descriptive language and looking at how it changes from ice to water.





Pirates Love Underpants!

This week we have been doing lots of activities based around the books, Pirates Love Underpants by Claire Freedman. We made telescopes and used them to explore the garden. We practised singing the pirate song, made treasure maps and eye-patches and buried treasure in the sand pit to find.



Christmas in Robin Room

This year the children were busy making decorations and decorating the class Christmas tree. They also made Father Christmas masks and prepared for a visit from the man himself! We finished off the year with a Christmas party with lots of games, dancing and a festive feast.


Goodbye Robin Room

The end of the year is always a sad time with lots of goodbyes. But it's also a good time to celebrate as the children start their journeys at new schools. We are sure that they'll all do us proud. Good luck!



Stir-fry time!

The children helped to prepare the vegetables for a stir fry which we cooked in the fire circle. It was a good opportunity to learn about healthy eating and the safe use of tools.




We're going on a bug hunt...we're going to catch some wriggly ones...we're not scared!!




Sadly we weren't able to complete our 'Abundance' art project with the Sainsbury's Centre, but we were still kept busy with some projects from Rach and Lawrence, the artists who were leading the project. The children explored how to combine recycled and natural materials, making them stick together without the use of tape or glue.



Self Portraits

The children admired themselves in the mirror and were inspired to create some self-portraits. They were encouraged to look carefully at their features, counting them and considering colour and shape before drawing.




Somebody has been up to no good at our Nursery...and they've left some huge footprints! We followed the footprints to see where they led and investigated to see if the footprints belonged to any of the grown-ups: but they were all too small! Who could have left the tracks? There's only one way to find out...we have to set a trap!

Who needs snow to go sledging?? The children make the most of a muddy hill with Emma.