Whole Nursery RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS WEEK 2021
Random Acts of Kindness Week – 15th February – 19th February 2021
Celebrated on 17th February 2021: National Random Acts of Kindness Day has grown in popularity each year. It is celebrated by individuals, groups and organisations nationwide to encourage acts of kindness. It is a favourite day to many as people everywhere enjoy doing acts of kindness for others. Throughout the week we will be looking at little acts of kindness that we can share with our friends and family.
Whole Nursery World Wildlife Day 2021
World Wildlife Day – 3rd March 2021
World Wildlife Day is an opportunity to celebrate the many and varied forms of wildlife and the multitude of benefits that conservation provides. We will be bringing this topic into our classroom planning and helping children to understand the world in which they live.
Whole Nursery World Book Day
WORLD BOOK DAY
We will be celebrating World Book Day on 4th March 2021. Please come to nursery dressed as your favourite book character and bring along your favourite book and share with the class.
Whole Nursery BRITISH SCIENCE WEEK
British Science Week
British Science Week is a ten day celebration of technology, engineering and maths that takes place between 5th – 14th March 2021.
Whole Nursery WORLD MATHS DAY
World Math’s Day –
Lets celebrate all things math related on 12th March 2021
Whole Nursery MOTHERS DAY
Mothers Day – The day we show our special people just how much we love them.
Throughout March we will be making some little surprises to share with our special people on Mothers Day
Whole Nursery St Patrick's Day - 17th March 2021
St Patrick’s Day – Ireland’s National Day is all about celebrating the Irish Saint Patrick. The day is celebrated all round the world with lots of people dressing up in green clothes and decorating their homes with Irish Flags and Shamrocks. Please allow your child to come to nursery dressed in anything green for this day.
Whole Nursery HOLI FESTIVAL
Holi Festival is Hindu festival that celebrates the coming of Spring and the end of Winter. It is an ancient festival that was originally celebrated in India, although is now recognised by many other Asian countries and a few western ones. Commonly the festival which lasts for two days is known as the Festival of Colour’s!!
We will be having a colour festival in the garden and using powder paint that is likely to get on your child’s clothing so please do dress your child in old clothing to take part!!