Thank you to all the parents and carers who joined us at Blythe Hill Fields for the picnic. The Nursery staff all feel very grateful to work with such wonderful children and families!
In Nursery we made the most of the heat wave by having a ‘splash’ day. As you can see, we had great fun!
During Mud Day, we enjoyed… …retelling the story of Mrs Wishy-Washy, getting stuck in the mud, painting with mud, and washing the cars clean again.
Thank you to all of the parents, carers and siblings who helped to make our trip so special!
A huge thank you to everyone at Moon Lane Books who made Nursery children and parents feel so welcome during our recent visits. While exploring the shop we noticed a huge giraffe… …and a hot air balloon! We look forward to returning for more stories soon!
This week we sang goodbye to our five butterflies. Flutter, flutter butterfly Flutter off into the sky Flutter high and flutter low Wave to me before you go! “It’s flapping its wings…they gonna get out!” “The butterflies will lay eggs!” “Let’s go an look for some eggs!”
This week in Nursery we have used the childrens’ interest in musical patterns as a starting point for exploring repeating colour patterns. We enjoyed talking about the patterns on each other’s socks and began to create repeating colour patterns. Having read Socks, written by Elizabeth Lindsay and Nick Sharratt, we created imaginative sock drawings of our […]
This week in Nursery, we have enjoyed learning the story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle. We have been excited to look after our very own caterpillars, observing how they have changed throughout the week. “Look! It’s moving…but they wake up. It’s spiky!” “They’re moving! It’s bigger with this.” “It’s growing…it’s […]
NURSERY PLACES AVAILABLE FOR SEPTEMBER 2017
Nursery have been very busy blasting off to space with baby bear inspired by the story ‘Whatever next’. We love all weather! It has been a fantastically windy week for kite flying, aeroplane gliding and parachuting. Afternoon nursery children did amazingly well in their DT workshop. They used all their learning attributes during the workshop […]