Welcome to Nursery

Welcome to Nursery! 

We are a 39 place Morning Nursery and a 26 place Afternoon Nursery.

Nursery Opening Times

Morning: 8.40-11.40 am

Afternoon: 12.20-3.20pm




Spring 1 2020

Autumn 2019

Summer 2 – 2018

Sports Week

We are looking forward to sports day – we had a go at some of the challenges we are going to do!

We enjoyed a dance session with Miss Whitby today, singing and putting movement to lots of different songs.  We had lots of fun!

Summer 1 – 2018

Royal Wedding Celebrations

We had a great time celebrating the Royal Wedding in Nursery.  We made our own sandwiches, decorated a cake together, talked about the Royal Family, make union flags and lots of other things.  The weather was beautiful and we were able to enjoy our party food outside!

How many colours are there in the rainbow?

We have enjoyed exploring different colours and how they change when we mix them together.  We looked at the artist Jackson Pollock and created splatter paintings using a paintbrush and flicking paint!  We learnt how to mix colours together carefully to make new colours.  We also created symmetrical butterflies using different colours.

Spring 2 – 2018

Why are eggs alive?

We celebrated Easter and explored new life in Nursery.  We went on a Spring walk around school to look for signs of Spring. We did observational drawings and paintings of daffodils and watched how flowers decayed over time.  We enjoyed having our families join us for a Easter craft session completing lots of different crafts.  We also enjoyed making Easter nests and cards to take home.



Spring 1 – 2018

Where does snow go?

We have begun our new topic ‘Where does snow go?’  We have been very fortunate to experience some more snow!  We enjoyed making footprints, listening to the crunching of the snow and then warming up with hot chocolate.  We have also enjoyed making sculptures with sugar cubes and winter small world figures and counting 1-1 snowballs onto mittens.


Healthy Eating Week – we talked about the importance of healthy eating and which foods are good for us and which foods are for treats.  We made healthy fruit kebabs choosing from a range of fruits.


We explored the topic ‘Are leaves crispy?’.  We had lots of fun exploring the season of Autumn in different ways.



































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