We invite our nursery children to dress in their pyjamas on Wednesday, 6th March, as we celebrate World Book Day and discuss their favourite bedtime stories. It will be a fun-filled day with lots of arts and crafts activities centred around World Book Day.

Our nursery children are delighting in the experience of listening to captivating stories being read aloud, while also seizing the opportunity to independently access books from our library corner. Please help your child foster a love for reading by reading at home with them. Why not take your child to the local library and discuss what a library is?

Our nursery children are on an exciting journey of discovery as they learn to count to 10 and beyond, using the natural world around them, loose parts. as well as building blocks and Lego bricks. Please continue to help your child at home with their counting and recognising the numbers.

We thank you for your continued support.

Welcome back to Spring 1! We are diving into lessons about healthy eating and growth. This week, we’ve been immersed in the story of “Oliver’s Vegetables.” The children have been enjoying tasting various fruits, crafting their healthy eating plates, designing their own vegetables, role playing at a dental surgery and engaging in discussions about healthy and unhealthy foods during circle time.



We are using the Little Wandle Phonics scheme to help us to learn early reading skills and are currently working on Phase 1. I have attached a leaflet for parents to read. There are some useful tips on how you can help your child at home to develop important skills for reading. I hope you find these tools helpful.


Thank you,

Nursery Team

As we embark on a brand new year, it brings us immense joy to extend warm wishes to all the parents out there. Happy New Year to you all!

This week, our young learners are diving into the traditional tale of “The Three Little Pigs.” The classic story not only captivates their imagination but also provides a wonderful platform for engaging and interactive learning.

little ones are actively participating in the narrative by creating their own houses, crafting puppets, and joyfully engaging in role-playing activities. The hands-on experience allows them to explore various materials, develop fine motor skills, and most importantly, fosters a love for storytelling.



Dear Parents,

We have ESOL lessons taking place each week in our lovely school starting from January 2024. Please join us if you feel it may benefit you. Please also inform other parents/carers who may benefit from these incredible life changing lessons. I have attached the flyer for you to have a look at the details.

Best Wishes,


This week we are learning to sing aloud the song Twinkle Twinkle Little Star for our upcoming Nativity performance which will take place on Monday 18th December at 10am.

Please help your child to sing the song aloud at home. I have attached the link here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hnLpNh10Sq4 and the lyrics are below:

Twinkle, twinkle, little star
How I wonder what you are
Up above the world so high
Like a diamond in the sky
Twinkle, twinkle little star
How I wonder what you are
When the blazing sun is gone
When he nothing shines upon
Then you show your little light
Twinkle, twinkle, all the night
Twinkle, twinkle, little star
How I wonder what you are
Thank you very much,
The Nursery Team