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Summer term second half topic - 'How many pebbles on the beach?'

 
Week beginning 20th June 2016

The children used their imagination in the role play launderette.

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Week beginning 13th June
This week at Nursery we have been exploring fresh fish.
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Week beginning 6th June.

 

This week the children enjoyed our 'beach experience' in the nursery garden.

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Summer first half term topic - 'Can we explore it?'

 

Click on the link below to read our medium term plan.

 

 

Week beginning 16th May

 

We would like to thank Frankie's dad, Paul Prendergast, for coming into nursery to join the children in a whole range of activities. We hope you enjoyed it as much as the children did! 

 

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Thank you also, to Henry's dad, Roger White and Madison's dad, Grant Webb for helping us make some fantastic tunnels. Their creativity was amazing! 

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Picture 1 We went exploring and found a tent!
Picture 2 Inside the tent we found a box!
Picture 3 The box belonged to Mr Baker!

Week beginning 2nd May 2016

We recently sent a letter to the nursery dads inviting them to come into nursery to support the children's learning. Our first dad to respond to this was David Ball, Joe's dad. He stayed for the morning and joined the children in all areas of their learning, but seemed to particularly enjoy enhancing their role play in the garden. We would like to thank David for giving up his time to support learning in the nursery. 
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