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We love messy play at Woodgreen! Acorn one explored the yoghurt and food colouring using their hands and spoons. The foil on which the paint was placed made an interesting sound too. ... See MoreSee Less

The Oak units garden patches are thriving. Here we can see the children picking their own rhubarb.Image attachmentImage attachment

The Oak unit's garden patches are thriving. Here we can see the children picking their own rhubarb. ... See MoreSee Less

Saplings got creative mixing herbs and flowers with their play dough. The children talked about how things grow.

Saplings got creative mixing herbs and flowers with their play dough. The children talked about how things grow. ... See MoreSee Less

Acorn 2 went for a walk to the duck pond. It was lovely to see the ducks. Lots of quack quacks could be heard from both the ducks and the children!Image attachmentImage attachment

Acorn 2 went for a walk to the duck pond. It was lovely to see the ducks. Lots of" "quack quacks" could be heard from both the ducks and the children! ... See MoreSee Less

Here is our menu for the week.

Here is our menu for the week. ... See MoreSee Less

📣 NEWS: We’re working with partners to investigate 111 cases of sudden onset liver inflammation (hepatitis) in children aged 10 and under across the UK. Information gathered through our investigations increasingly suggests that this rise in sudden onset hepatitis in children is linked to adenovirus infection. But we are thoroughly investigating other potential causes.

Our tech briefing gives more info on our investigation: assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/1071116/a...

If your child develops the common mild symptoms of adenovirus infection like mild respiratory symptoms or diarrhoea, the chance of them developing hepatitis is extremely low. However, we’re advising parents & guardians to be alert to the signs of hepatitis (incl jaundice) & to contact a healthcare professional if they are concerned. Routine hygiene practices such as supervising children as they wash their hands and good respiratory hygiene help to reduce the spread of many common infections including adenovirus.

If your child is experiencing symptoms of gastrointestinal infection such as vomiting and diarrhoea they should stay at home & not go back to school or nursery until 48 hours after the symptoms have stopped.
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The Oak unit enjoyed playing the supermarket game. This helps to promote turn taking and gives us the opportunity to discuss what foods are healthy for us.

The Oak unit enjoyed playing the supermarket game. This helps to promote turn taking and gives us the opportunity to discuss what foods are healthy for us. ... See MoreSee Less

Saplings enjoyed this tipping, pouring and rolling activity.Image attachment

Saplings enjoyed this tipping, pouring and rolling activity. ... See MoreSee Less

Creating rocket pictures in Acorn 2.Image attachmentImage attachment

Creating rocket pictures in Acorn 2. ... See MoreSee Less

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