Nursery

Early years family fun day!

                                                                                                                                                                    Oak class and Cherry class held a family fun day to celebrate the end of our first terms topic “How much do you love me?” The children enjoyed a range of craft activities such as making  stick puppets, handprint suncatchers, decorating gingerbread men and friendship bracelets, as well as enjoying Continue reading

End of term treat!

           All the children in Cherry class have been working really hard this term, aiming to collect cubes in their key person jar as a reward for being kind and helpful in the classroom and trying hard with their learning. The winners this term were Mrs George’s red team closely followed by the green team Continue reading

Nursery Open Day!

   It’s our 10th Birthday! Come and visit us for our open day on Friday 14th November 2014 between 9-11am in the school hall. Come and join us for tea and cake, and chat to some of our parents, staff and members of the PTA. We will be offering the opportunity to meet the nursery Continue reading

Exploring the woods!

Cherry class have been visiting the woodland area this term to explore natural materials. We have collected sticks, leaves and conkers and played climbing and jumping games on the hay bales. Here we are using crayons to explore patterns by creating bark rubbings.                                

Mini Mudder

                                                                                     Cherry class had great fun getting messy at the “Mini Mudder” event on Friday.

Cherry class try martial arts!

During the last couple of weeks the afternoon nursery session have been getting a taster of martial arts. We have been playing games and exercising as well as learning some special moves using the pads. We have had great fun! www.sittingbournemartialarts.co.uk train on Tuesday and Thursday evening at Swallows leisure centre and Saturday morning at Continue reading