Parents could you please bear the following in mind:

  1. If there are changes to the person collecting your child please could you inform Nursery staff at drop off or please call the office
  2. Please could all children bring in a waterproof warm coat to nursery each day. We always access our outside area throughout the sessions and the weather is not always kind.
  3. Please remember to check the “Parent Information Pocket” for newsletters and information.
Autumn term 2017 Topic web for Little Owls

Nursery News

Today we had a very special day in nursery, Sathyaa’s family were celebrating Diwali. Sathyaa’s mummy, daddy and baby brother came in to join in with snack time. They brought lots of treats and yummy food to share together. The children were really excited to take part in Sathyaa’s special celebration. We made clay Divas and talked about The Festival of Lights and the different customs that take place. Thank you so much to Sathyaa’s family for sharing this special day with us.

The children have been discussing what happens when we move from summer to Autumn. They said, ” the leaves change colour, the leaves fall, it gets darker, we have fireworks “. The children loved making Autumn crowns and played Kings and Queens of Autumn.

The nursery children have been baking some yummy cakes.

Today is our final day as our little nursery family. We are excited for our fancy dress party and our celebrations this afternoon with families. As a team we have had the wonderful pleasure of watching these little people blossom and grow over their time with us. We will miss our older children but know they will really enjoy the exciting things ahead with Miss Morgan. For our returning children and families we look forward to seeing you all in September. Have a lovely summer.

Nursery are so clever.  It looks like the feet painting might have tickled!

Today was an exciting yet sad day for pre school as we released our butterflies. The children were so patient waiting for the butterflies to find their confidence to fly. Reuben proved to be a popular resting choice!