Geoff from the Longbarn Residents Association and Natalie from Anwyl Construction; visited Wind in the Willows Longbarn, with the 50 Selection Boxes they have donated to the nursery.
Longbarn raised £31.30 for children In Need this November.
We had some lovely visitors this week when the Longbarn Residents Association came to see the children. We showed them our Forrest Garden, and the outstanding outdoor space. The Residents enjoyed some coffee and cake as well as some time playing in the nursery.
Longbarn has added an outdoor classroom to their nature garden so children can get extended learning opportunities outdoors and learn more about our environment. We have been using this classroom during our Forest School Sessions too and it provides us the opportunity to learn outdoors in all weathe
Longbarn now has a local book shop which offers a weekly sessions for singing and story time, some of our children go over to the shop once a week for the session and a small snack which we really enjoy. WE are happy that Tell Tales has opened as this allows us to visit our […]
Longbarn children have been busy making up their own games in the garden and making use of our large mud kitchen area where we have found lots of vegetables growing. We love exploring the garden and learn lots about our outdoor environment. #outdoorplay
The Longbarn Residents Association have kindly donated us a planter on the Longbarn estate as they strive for Britain in bloom once again next year. We have been given the responsibility to look after the planter outside nursery next to the shop. Today our pre-school children went out to plant bulbs
The children from Longbarn went on a shopping trip to Asda to buy some food items for Gez to use to cook our meals. It was very exciting as they got to ride on the bus to Asda making sure they thought about road safety and remained close to a practitioner during their trip out. […]
The children at Longbarn have been exploring the Autumn leaves in the garden helping to clear the garden brushing all the leaves into one area before having lots of fun playing in them, listening to the sounds they make when we stand, jump and walk through them. We also had lots of fun throwing them
Longbarn had created a Scooping Station with a range of materials and scoops to help promote ma thematic skills and language. They looked at counting scoops, filling and emptying containers independently and with practitioner support. In addition this activity helped to encourage and promote physica