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
The Children at Sefton enjoyed a traditional Christmas Lunch with all the trimmings. Then a visit from the Man in Red himself; Father Christmas, enjoyed giving gifts to all of the children.
Congratulations to Sue and the Team at Wind in the Willows Sefton. After our Environmental Health Inspection we have maintained our 5* Food Hygiene Rating.
The Children at Sefton, have developed a close relationship with the ‘Feel Good Factory Community Allotment’ group. The Children are enjoying learning about the outdoors and growing food with the help of Pauline and Sue. We hope to use the vegetables we have been growing to participate i
Sefton children and practitioners had lots of fun fund raising for Children in Need, they had a PJama Day a cake sale. They raised an amazing £300 for the charity. Well done Sefton!
In line with International Food Day; to support this cause all the children and families at Sefton worked with their key persons to help collect various food items and necessities for their local food bank. The children did a fabulous job collecting for their Food Bank and really enjoyed being part
The children at Sefton made their own pizzas for tea. We had a range of ingredients from pizza bases, base sauce, pepperoni, ham, cheese and they used the safe chef knives and the tongues to chop and select their own toppings. We talked about colour, taste and patterns helping develop our creative a
At Sefton we have started to locally source our fruit and vegetables to use within the children’s meals and snacks. This produce is purchased from S Robinson and am sure you can agree it looks delicious and of such a high quality and standard. The children are really enjoying these tasty goods
At Sefton the children have been helping to care for our vegetables. They have been looking at the various vegetables we have planted and what they need to help them grow ready for us to use to make some yummy food for our lunches and snacks. This helps to promote the children’s Physical ski
The children have been on a bug hunt, they have explored the world around them and enjoyed learning about different types of creepy crawlies. this has extended their Knowledge of the World.