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The Hive

Bye Street

Ledbury

Herefordshire

HR8 2AG

 

 

Opening Times

Breakfast Club: 7:30am-9am

Busy Bees Preschool: 9am-3pm

After School Club: 3pm-6pm

 

Spaces now available!

 

 

 

Diary Dates

Autumn Term  2017:

First day:  Tuesday 5th September

Half term:  Monday 23rd - Friday 27th October

Last day:   Friday 15th December

 

Spring Term 2018:

First day:   Wednesday 3rd January 

Half Term: Monday 19th - Friday 23rd February

Last day: Thursday 29th March

 

Summer Term 2018:

First day:  Monday 16th April 

May Bank holiday: Monday 7th May 

Half term:  Monday 28th May - Friday 1st June 

Term ends: Friday 20th July 

 

Spring Walks

 Since the start of the Summer term, our focus has been 'Ready, Steady, Grow' which has developed from the children's interests before Easter.  As part of this, we have been out and about hunting for signs of Spring.  We've enjoyed visiting our Wildflower garden just off the Town Trail and walking around New Mills to see if there is any frog spawn in the little stream.

 

Last week, we explored the school grounds using the iPads and digital cameras to photograph our findings - the children also enjoyed taking photos of each other!  On our way, the children were encouraged to use their senses and talk about what they could see, hear and smell around them.  First of all, we heard our footsteps as we marched across the playground.  Then we stood very still, listening for environmental sounds around us.

 

"I can hear the birds singing" - Charlie, 4

"There's a dog barking" - Leo, 4

"There's more birds now." - Lola, 2

"I can hear a car on the road." - Mason, 3

"What are those birds saying?" - Charlie, 4

 

We used spotter sheets to record what we had spotted and to practise our mark making skills.  The children were pleased to have found many signs of Spring including daffodils, blossom, frog spawn in the pond, buds, minibeasts and birds collecting nesting materials.