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Every child must bring a bag containing spare clothes to nursery every day. Don’t forget to include socks, underwear, trousers/skirt and t-shirt.
Children must also have a waterproof coat, hat/sunhat and wear appropriate footwear (no crocs/sandals) as we play outside every day in all weathers.
Every day we offer children a healthy snack and a drink of milk. We ask for a contribution of £1.00 a week. Payable weekly or half termly.
Children who stay all day must bring a healthy packed lunch. Please chop small fruit such as grapes and avoid including fizzy drinks.
Please support your child with their learning at home. Please read stories everyday and complete and return home school diary tasks on time.
This week we have been exploring the different areas! We have made a stage in the construction outside, painted pictures, coloured in our favourite characters to practice holding a pen, read stories, had picnics in the playdough, played ‘house’ and played football outside.
Look at what we have been doing in Nursery!
Look what Peter Rabbit has been doing during the holidays! We can’t wait to hear what you have been up to when you come to Nursery in September!
Abigail found a blackbird’s nest in her garden. Her family have been watching the baby birds hatch and grow and have kindly shared photos and videos with us at nursery so that all the other children can enjoy it.
The images are below to share with your children. What do the baby birds look like? Are they changing? what is happening to them?
Happy bird watching!
Watch the video below to see what nursery did during the Shakespeare Festival.
Last week, the children in nursery were problem solving. We thought about how the gingerbread men were hiding from the fox. They couldn’t cross Carr Mill Dam because they would get soggy! They knew they couldn’t trust Mr Fox because he would eat them up. The morning children decided to make a boat for the Gingerbread man and the afternoon children thought they would make a trap to capture Mr Fox, so he couldn’t eat them.
Here are some pictures of our work.
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