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Egg Hunt

April 7th, 2017 by

The children had lots of fun today. The Easter Bunny left some eggs hidden in the playground. When we found them we were able to open them and inside was a chocolate egg. Yummy !     


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Easter Song

April 3rd, 2017 by

This week the children in nursery have been learning an Easter song for our performance that will be shared on Tuesday afternoon at St Johns Church for parents and pupils to see.

We hope you like our video!

Happy Easter!


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Making Easter Cards. 

April 3rd, 2017 by

The children enjoyed making their Easter card. First they had to name the shapes they chose to use to make a chick. 

Well done everyone your cards look amazing !


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Easter Fun

April 1st, 2017 by

This week the nursery children are having lots of fun celebrating Easter, we have been busy hunting for eggs and playing with Benjamin bunny.

We have also been playing in the Easter small world tray, colouring shape Easter eggs and singing Easter songs

We’ve had lots of fun!




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March 31st, 2017 by

The children have been learning how to play the keyboard to a clapping rhythm from Mr Cooper. Well done nursery ! Then we danced to ‘Our schools a good school’


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Autism Awareness Week

March 29th, 2017 by






Today in nursery we have been focusing on Autism awareness, we have been talking and learning about how we are all different but still special.

We made self portraits of ourselves and talked about things that make us the same and different to our friends.

Some of the nursery children walked around school to collect donations from the staff .

Thank you for all donations


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Benjamin Bunny

March 28th, 2017 by


Today the children in nursery have had a special visit from Benjamin Bunny. Benjamin sometimes lives at Miss Baker’s house.

We talked about how we need to care and look after Benjamin.

“He has to have food, rabbits like carrots don’t they and broccoli”
“He needs to drink some water when he’s thirsty like us when we am thirsty”
“And a nice warm bed aswell so he’s cosy”
” you need to brush his fur don’t you cause look some is coming off”

The children were very caring to Benjamin, the children stroked him gently and even fed him some straw

Thank you everyone for helping to look after Benjamin today.



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Red Nose Day

March 24th, 2017 by




The children in nursery enjoyed dressing up in red clothes and wearing red noses for Red Nose Day

Thank you for all donations, we very much appreciate it! 

The children also enjoyed making cakes with Mrs Kelly to take home and sell to the staff. The money raised was also donated to Red Nose Day.


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Our Mothers Day Tea Party

March 22nd, 2017 by



Thank you to all the mummy’s and Nanny’s who attended our Mother’s Day tea party, we hope you enjoyed it!

Happy Mothers Day!


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Mothers Day Activities

March 21st, 2017 by and tagged



This week the children in nursery have been working hard on their Mother’s Day cards and gifts ready for our special tea party on Wednesday.

We can’t wait to enjoy and share some treats with our mommy’s and Nanny’s


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St Patrick’s Day

March 17th, 2017 by and tagged



Today the children in nursery have been learning all about St Patrick’s Day and what people who live in Ireland do on St Patrick’s Day.
We even got to do some Irish dancing, it was fun!
We made collages of shamrocks and used different green materials to decorate them.


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Light and Dark – Exploring Colour

March 17th, 2017 by




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Science Week (Science Fayre- Exploring Colour)

March 16th, 2017 by


The children in nursery have worked very hard this week on exploring and experimenting with colour and how colours change when we mix them together.

We did lots of different experiments to see how colours change

We explored colour by mixing lots of different coloured skittle sweets and adding warm water, the colours ran out of the skittles making a rainbow of colour in the dish.

We also had a go and a walking rainbow experiment where we placed coloured water into class jars with tissue paper and watched the two colours travel up the paper and into the middle glass where a new colour was made,
We learnt that blue and red mixed together makes purple, red and yellow makes orange and yellow and blue makes green.

The children also helped to decorate our stall for the science Fayre in the hall where pupils and parents got to explore and look at what we had been doing during science week.
We also made rainbow biscuits for visitors who visited our stall, (they didn’t last long though haha)

Thank you to all parents and pupils who came to see our stall

We had so much fun!


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Music with Mr Cooper

March 10th, 2017 by and tagged ,


This morning the children in nursery enjoyed working on the keyboards with Mt Cooper
Mr Cooper clapped out a beat and asked the Children to copy the beat using keys on the keyboard, the children worked very hard.

Mr Cooper told us we would have to practice very hard as we are going to be performing in a special convert, were very excited


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World Book Day 2017

March 2nd, 2017 by and tagged , ,




< Today we had lots of fun celebrating World Book Day, we all dressed up as our favourite book characters and shared our favourite books with our friends.


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World Book Day – Story Hunt

March 2nd, 2017 by




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Painting Daffodils for St David’s Day

March 1st, 2017 by and tagged , , , , ,

Today we have been learning all about St David’s Day.
We looked at some real daffodils and the children enjoyed painting there own picture of some daffodils for our St David’s Day display. They got to look at some real daffodils in a vase, and observed and talked about the colours they might need to paint their picture.
The children noticed some of the daffodils had not opened yet, we talked about why this could be.

” they need water”
“I think they still growing” ,
“I think the flowers died”
“Lots of flowers are open, these ones are just green look”

The children even got to practice their writing skills and had a go at writing the word Daffodil.

The pictures look great, Well done Everyone!




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Pancake Cafe

February 28th, 2017 by



Today the children in nursery got the chance to have a pancake from the pancake cafe in school, the children were able to choose what topping they wanted on there pancake.
There were lots of different toppings like strawberries, cream, syrup, chocolate, banana and many more.

Thank you to the mommy’s that made them for us, The children really enjoyed their pancakes, they were very yummy!



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Pancake Day Activities

February 27th, 2017 by


The children in nursery have enjoyed exploring the different pancake day activities, they have been practicing their flipping skills by making Play Dough pancakes and flipping them in a frying pan, they’ve also been busy decorating pancakes with their favourite toppings and working on the maths table matching the correct amount of pancakes to each numbered frying pan.

We can’t wait for our pancakes tomorrow!


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Star of the Week

February 17th, 2017 by



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Carl the Firefighter

February 16th, 2017 by


Today we were very lucky to have a visit from a fireman called Carl

Carl talked to us about what firemen do and how they help us, he talked about the different kinds of emergencies that fireman have to go out to
Like house fires, car accidents, and maybe to rescue people when they get trapped somewhere.

Carl told us there’s lots of things firemen do, they don’t just stop fires, they can carry out first aid on people if they have been injured they also rescue animals from rivers and canals when they have fallen in.

We talked about the number we have to dial if we need the fireman
“We call 999”
Carl told us they we could also call 112
Carl tested our knowledge by asking us what we need to tell them on the phone

What’s the Emergency
Your name
Your address

We learnt all about things that fireman have to wear to keep them safe
like special boots that are very heavy, a helmet and gloves so we don’t burn our hands.
They also have lots of special equipment to help them, for example a torch because when there’s a fire there’s lots of smoke and it makes it hard to see in front of us (a torch can really help)

Carl also told us about the importance of smoke alarms and how they save lives everyday.

Thank you very much to Carl, we have learnt lots today!


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The Three Bears Porridge – Filling and Emptying

February 14th, 2017 by


The children in nursery have enjoyed filling and emptying in the porridge tray, they have been using lots of different containers to fill and empty with using lots of mathematical language such as more, less, full and empty


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Goldilocks and the Three Bears Sensory Tray

February 13th, 2017 by



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Size Sorting (Big, Medium and Small)

February 13th, 2017 by


Some of the children have been busy on the maths table this morning sorting out all the big medium and small objects.


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National Story Telling Week

February 5th, 2017 by


This week the whole school celebrated national storytelling week.

We had a lovely day in our in pjs sharing different stories. We even got to have some milk and cookies, which was very yummy!

In the morning we were very lucky to have some of the year 6 children come down to read stories with our nursery children, which they enjoyed very much (Thank you Year 6!)

What a lovely end to the week!


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