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
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 […]
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
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
The children at Longbarn have enjoyed Forest School sessions this month. Making dream catchers to take home, using twigs and wool.
The children and staff had a marvellous day celebrating World Book Day. We shared Stories and used lots of different activities to support the children’s understanding of books, stories and vocabulary. As you can see the staff team where replaced by Minions for the day and the children loved t
The pre-school children have enjoyed lots of performances on our new outdoor stage. The stage has been created from a scrapped pallet and garden arch by our very dedicated Manager. The children are really enjoying putting on performances for their friends, this supports the children’s imaginat
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.