We will be taking part on FRIDAY 14th MAY in the BookTrusts pyjama day. Staff and children will be coming into nursery in pyjamas. There will be hot chocolate and a bedtime story. Our Story of the day will be Dear Zoo, by Rod Campbell. You can read along with Vicky who will be posting […]
We continue to develop our enviroment for the children. This enables meaningful interactions and significant learning oppertunities. The rich, engaging sensory play children partake in while playing with mud allows them to express their creativity while enhancing their fine motor skills. Our mud kit
Each week we take the children to the local shop to pick some fresh flowers for our dining tables. They walk beautifully and enjoy choosing the flowers. They then help to scan them through the checkout. When we get back to nursery the children help to arrange the flowers in our vases. This is always
We would like to say a big thankyou to all our staff, parents/carers and the community for all the fabulous egg donations! We have had around 100 eggs donated to the food bank, these eggs will make such a difference and we couldn’t of done it without the help from everyone so thankyou again
We will be having our Easter bonnet parade on Tuesday 6th April at 3pm. Your child (and you) can have lots of fun making a bonnet/hat at home. The best bonnet wins a prize
Thank you to the families who have made their Easter Bonnet, they now have pride of place on the Easter display in reception.
We are absolutely blown away by everyone’s kindness and generosity! A huge thankyou to one of our wonderful parents. Beth Johnson and her cousin for raising an amazing £200 to be donated to the community food bank. This will truly help so many families in need. Thankyou
We placed a basket of small gifts for the local people in the local shop to remember and reflect on the past year we have all been a part off. In light of the last year we remember today There’s just a few things we would like to say Although the days of this feel […]
Sefton are celebrating Chinese New Year, with a day of dressing up, food tasting and fortune cookies. All of our activites have a Chinese theme and the children will enjoy a traditional banquet at lunch time.
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