Today St Nicholas’ Church visited us and performed a puppet show for the children. They really enjoyed it!
Today we had a visit from the police to teach the children about keeping themselves safe. The children met Jet the police dog, and the new police puppy, Kitch.
Thanks to a lottery grant we received, our new allotment area is built and ready for Spring! The children have been thinking about different vegetables that they would like to grow.
Now that lots of the leaves have fallen from the trees the children have enjoyed helping to clear them up.
The children are offered warm toast or porridge at breakfast club on these cold Autumn mornings.
Our N2 children had a lovely visit to Wharton Park on Thursday. They enjoyed making leaf crowns and pictures, and listening to the the story of “The Smartest Giant in Town”.
Our two years olds have enjoyed exploring pumpkins this week.
Thank you to all those families who have sent in items of food for the Harvest Appeal. They will be very much appreciated.
The children have been enjoying rolling and chopping dough this week, using rolling pins and plastic knives. As well as being fun, it also helps to develop their finger strength, in preparation for learning to write.
Today the nursery was visited by Laura from mini-first aid, who taught the children about the importance of sitting down to eat food, how we cut it up and why we need to chew it. The children practised their cutting skills and learnt about table manners.