Birds in Winter

The nursery children have been thinking about helping the birds in winter. During 'Forest School Friday' we worked together to build a giant nest and then had fun climbing out and 'flying the nest' just like baby birds.

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The school encourages positive links with all pupils by having a series of 'Buddy Days' through the year. This year Nursery are linked with Year 5. The older children spent time in the Nursery chatting to the younger ones and forming a bond which will hopefully help to make them feel part of the community and recognise familiar faces as they move around the School. No images found.

Mini Beasts

The children enjoyed dressing up as mini beasts after helping to make a `Mini Beast Hotel'. This was done to encourage the children to have an awareness of mini beasts and the need for them to exist in our gardens. No images found.

Small World Activities

Small World activities are very important as they develop concentrational skills, imagination, language and interpersonal skills. No images found.

Nursery at the Bakery

The Nursery children showed great interest in the bakery department at a local supermarket and enjoyed choosing a selection of bread to taste at snack time. No images found.

Autumn Explorations

The Nursery enjoyed an autumn walk in the local environment. The children looked for different colours and talked about the many shapes and sizes of leaves.
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Role Playing

Enjoying role play in the Home Corner.
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In the Nursery Garden

There are many opportunities to investigate the natural environment in the Nursery garden.
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Children love to build things...

Children love to build things...

Construction toys enable children to develop their fine motor skills and hand/eye coordination. It encourages them to think about following a plan, fitting things together and sometimes making changes to a design to make it better. Children enjoy these activities by themselves or with friends which develops social interaction and communication skills.

Developing skills

Developing skills

There are many ways that the children in the Nursery can develop their drawing and writing skills through a selection of  daily activities. Some activities are guided by an adult but many are freely available.

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