In Forest school this week the children had fun making bird feeders and exploring a local nature area.
The children have had great fun playing with our new interactive learning board.
Pre-school are having their weekly yoga lesson in their new classroom today!
We are so excited to announce that our first new classroom is finished. Pre-school have begun to move in and they are really enjoying playing and running around in their new space. We hope that the new Balloon room will be ready in two weeks.
Pre-school have had lots of fun in the snow during their weekly forestry school session. They went to the woodland area to explore in the snow. They used magnifying glasses to search for natural objects and mini beasts!
Click edit button to change this text. Pre-school had their annual Nursery Nativity last week. We are so proud of the children and our amazing staff team, they really did a wonderful job. We were very pleased to see so many parents, family members and our lovely residents from St.Josephs residential home as well.
The building work is going really well. The outer shell of the building is up and the roof is on. Although there is still a way to go before it is finished, the children and staff are really looking forward to finally moving in and using the new space.
We will be having our Annual photograph day at the Nursery on Wednesday 28th November. The Photographer will be here all day. If your child does not attend on a Wednesday, you can arrange a time slot to bring your child in and have their photo taken. We recommend that all parents bring in a change of clothes and a hair brush for your child. Find Out More
The Nursery is raising money for Children in Need 2018. We will be dressing up, selling cakes and having lots of fun with Pudsey bear activities! We will have Pudsey ears and key rings in the entrance if you would like to buy them, all proceeds go to Children in Need. Thank you
Every week the Pre-school children go to visit our local elderly living facility and take along activities with us to do with the residents such as painting, building bird feeders and planting flowers. They really enjoy themselves and have great fun having time together. We feel this is a really important outlet for our children and we know the residents have a lot of fun as well.