Welcome to Nursery!
Welcome to the Nursery page. Please take the time to have a look at what we have been doing so far in Nursery and also what we will be doing as the year progresses.
Our Teaching Team consists of Mrs Watson, Miss Blair, Mrs Glentworth, Mrs Franklin and Miss Smith
The excitement is building as the boys and girls in Nursery prepare to perform their Christmas concert to their parents, carers and relatives. They are working very hard on learning the words and singing in their best loud, clear voices. They are very excited as performance day approaches and we are sure their hard work will pay off.
The children in Nursery were very excited when they spotted a police officer walking past the outdoor area in the grounds of our school today. The friendly policeman was only too happy to stop and introduce himself and chat to the children. He even brought over a selection of police hats for the boys and girls to try on. As you can see, they thoroughly enjoyed their unexpected meeting with 'Policeman Tim' and made a great bunch of mini police officers!
For this year's Children in Need day, the boys and girls in Nursery joined in the school's fund-raising efforts by wearing their spots to school! They enjoyed a selection of Children in Need activities, including colouring in Pudsey bear. Here are some of our children hard at work and proudly showing off the finished results!
We have enjoyed some Halloween fun in Nursery this week. The children have been sharing their experiences of dressing up and trick or treating with each other and have had fun exploring pumpkins and jack-o'-lanterns in the Nursery's indoor and outdoor areas.
Percy the Park Keeper is our new topic for this half-term in Nursery. We will enjoy reading stories by the popular author, Nick Butterworth, which are all about Percy and his animal friends - Badger, Owl, Fox, Mole and Robin to name but a few - and the children will enjoy a range of learning activities which will focus on this theme.
This week we went on a walk around our school grounds to look for signs of Autumn. All the children had fun walking through the crunchy leaves and watching the leaves flutter from the trees. We observed all the different Autumn colours. We stood still and listened to the birds. We didn't see any squirrels but we did find a nut that one had dropped!