Feed the Hungry Shape Monsters Links to EYFS Communication and Language – Understanding Physical development – Moving and Handling Mathematics – Numbers, Space, Shape and Measure You and your child can make this funny feed the hungry shape monsters sorting game at home using pi
The children and practitioners at Woolston, have been working hard on achieving the Royal Horticultural Society Campaign for School Gardening, (Level 3). Vicky and the team have submitted a 200 word essay with supporting evidence to show how the children have met the following criteria: Mini project
We have Covid- 19 risked assessed each setting, implemented operational procedures to meet the Government’s guidance. However the children’s care learning and development is still our priority. All of our updated policies and procedures are available to view if you contact the Nursery Ma
It’s the time of year where we say goodbye to our wonderful children as they embark on their new adventure to ‘big school’! We will miss each and every one of you and wish you all the luck for your futures. We will be holding some party days to celebrate your graduations. We will have [&he
The children at Longbarn have enjoyed Forest School sessions this month. Making dream catchers to take home, using twigs and wool.
Woolston held a stay and play session with families and children on Monday 9th March. The children and their families used coloured cornflour in Tuff trays using it to make patterns and mix colours. Jelly cube play for building and creating shape and patterns. Marble painting using different mediu
At Woolston we understand the importance of sharing books and stories with children. That id why we celebrate World Book Day every year Children’s vocabulary skills are linked to their economic backgrounds. By 3 years of age, there is a 30 million word gap between children from the wealthiest an
For the past 18 months Zoe and Liza have been attending work shops at Everton Children’s Centre. These workshops have strengthened their knowledge and skills in supporting children’s language development. The URLEY project was funded by the Department for Education and is researched base