Nursery’s Den Day!

The children have had a fantastic day today, building their dens to help raise money for Save the Children, raising nearly £70 between the two sessions!  As you can see, we’ve had a lot of fun for a worthwhile cause!

Teddy Bear’s Picnic

Dear Parents,

The Nursery will be holding a Teddy Bear’s Picnic on Wednesday 24th May during the normal session.  Children are welcome to bring in their favourite teddy and can wear non-uniform.  All food and drink will be provided.  No money is required.

Please note that, weather permitting, the picnic will take place outside, so please ensure your child is adequately protected from the sun.  The picnic will take place inside the Nursery if the weather is not suitable.

Staying safe in the sun

Dear Parents,

Hopefully this is the start of the good weather!  As we will spending a lot of time outdoors in the coming weeks, staff ask that children could be sent to Nursery wearing suntan cream to protect their skin.  Unfortunately, due to the number of children in the Nursery, staff cannot put suntan cream on every child, so please apply this at home.  Children are more than welcome to bring a sunhat to wear, although their name should be written on it to prevent loss.

Oral hygiene

Dear Parents,

As part of our work on the‘t’ sound, we will be looking at oral hygiene and tooth care.  For this reason, please could your child bring in their toothbrush on Wednesday 3rd May (labelled in some way) so that the children can practise brushing their teeth?

Many thanks,

Miss Bowie

Nursery Easter Show

Dear Parents,

The Nursery would like to invite you to come and see their Easter celebration show on Wednesday 5th April at 9.30 a.m (morning  and Mon – Wed children)/ 1.15 p.m. (afternoon and Wed – Fri children).  The Nursery children will perform some Easter themed songs for you.  Afterwards, you will be able to look through the children’s learning journeys and speak to staff about your child’s progress!

We look forward to seeing you there,

The Nursery Children.

Nursery Remembers

This week, the children have been learning about Armistice and what the poppy symbolises.  They then created their own poppy fields using cardboard edges and their finger prints.  They also used paper plates and crepe paper to create their own poppy.  Haven’t they worked hard?