The children in Nursery are taught by Mrs Pinchi and are supported by Mrs Rice. We hope that you will visit this page often and find it useful in keeping up to date with your child's learning experiences.
Mrs Pinchi and Mrs Rice
We have now moved into our new Nursery and our lovely big outdoor area!
Today Nursery 1 visited Calderstones Park, we went on a coach with Year 1. When we arrived we went into the Japanese Garden and found some beautiful red leaf trees 🍁 We collected lots of different shaped leaves and then sat and made beautiful pictures.
Look at these beautiful orange leaves.
This tree makes a fabulous den.
Lots of Autumn colours.
Coloured leaves for our pictures.
We found a pond.
We walked along paths.
We found interesting trees.
We love the park! 💗
We finished our morning with a picnic and ice-cream for everyone!
We had a wonderful day and thank you parents for helping out.
Today Chester Zoo came to visit Nursery and they brought some items for us to look at. The leopard skin was really soft and lovey to touch. We also held a snake skin which was very very long. We were surprised at the monkeys skull, as the teeth were so big!
Let’s go to the Rainforests
Let’s be an elephant
Monkey teeth 🐒
Today we visited Knowsley Safari Park and we saw lots of animals that link to our Jungle topic. We enjoyed the Sealion Show and the Sensory Workshop. Thank you to all the parents and staff that came to help and support the children it was much appreciated!
Knowsley Safari Park
Here come the monkeys
Here come the lions
The camels came to say hello.
The Sealion Show
On the slide
An elephants tooth
Gary the Giant Snail
A Lion’s Skull
A Python 😵
A Giant Egg
We had a fabulously day!
We like elephants!
Elephants are grey.
Elephants are big.
What sound does elephant begin with?
The children have returned from their holidays and enjoyed sharing their news. Some of the children have visited India, Turkey and the UK and were keen to talk about the differences in the environments. The children were particularly interested in the types of animals that can be found in other countries, especially ‘elephants.’ We read the story Elmer by David McKee and noticed the animals appearance and their different patterns and colours. We learnt that zebras have a black and white repeat pattern and tigers have a orange, black and white repeat pattern. This linked nicely to our maths lessons of pattern and shape. We have also enjoyed painting jungle animals and are beginning to hear and write some initial sounds.
The children have settled into Nursery and are beginning to explore all the environment inside and out. Please remember to send your child with a coat as it can be a bit chilly out of doors first thing in the morning.
We love the mud kitchen! It has been restocked with all new utensils! 😍
We have fairies and dragons in Nursery. 🧚♀️ 🧚♂️