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Nurture, Cherish, Succeed

Nurture, Cherish, Succeed

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Spring 2


Capes and crowns 

The princess and the wizard  

The princess may try seven times to escape By changing her colour and changing her shape." But each time Princess Eliza changes – into a blue fish, a yellow chick, a red fox or a black cat – the wicked wizard finds her and sets her another horrible task. Will this plucky princess be able to outwit him and escape back to the palace in time to cut her birthday cake?


Meet Supertato! He's always there for you when the chips are down. He's the superhero with eyes everywhere - but now there's a pea on the loose. A very, very naughty pea. Has Supertato finally met his match?

Science day         Making bubble worms 

We had to observe what happened when we blowed into the bottle. The children had to dip the sock into the bubble solution and blow into the top of the bottle. We challenged the children to keep blowing to make a longer worm. 


Interesting bubble worm facts:


How do you make bubbles?

Mixing washing-up liquid with water forms a solution. When you blow a bubble, air is trapped by a thin film of your bubble mixture. This film is made of a layer of water sandwiched between two layers of soap.

Why are the bubbles round/spherical?

A bubble takes up the smallest surface area for the volume of air it contains, and a sphere shape has the smallest surface area for the volume of air contained.

Why do the bubbles form a worm?

As bubbles form the smallest possible shape for the volume of air they contain, to minimise their surface area, bubbles will join together to share one common wall. The bubbles have all joined to together to form a long worm.


Weaving is an art form which lends itself remarkably well to an outdoor context. The opportunity to weave using natural materials or artificial materials on a bigger scale to indoors is exciting.