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Welcome to Nursery


This is Nursery's class page. On here you will find lots of important information all about our nursery.

Please feel free to look at the photographs and videos we have taken of your children.

The grown-ups working in nursery this year are:

Mrs Rawson - Class teacher

Miss Connelly - EYFS lead

Mrs Lawson - Teaching assistant

Miss Backhouse - Teaching assistant

Dates for Christmas


Christmas Fair: 9th December 2016 1pm for afternoon Nursery with a Golden ticket

Christmas Production : 10 am Wednesday 14th December 10 am St James Church- all children to be brought to the church directly at 9am on that day. NOT TO SCHOOL

Christmas Sing along: Morning Nursery 11.15 am Afternoon Nursery: 2.15pm

Monday 19th December Nursery Closes



Please click on the link below to proceed with your Reception application



Nursery Admissions


Information about nursery applications for 2017 can be found on the following page:

Things to remember:


Monday - Homework/book swap

Tuesday - Forest school Morning children (own clothes)

Wednesday - Baking/cooking

Thursday - Forest school afternoon children (own clothes)



Virtual tour of the Nursery

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Virtual tour of our outside area

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A letter from Her Majesty......Feeling proud!

Letter sound of the week

Nursery rhyme of the week

First half term- September 2016

Visit from the Firefighters!

Christmas workshop

A theatre company came into school to work with us. We visited different countries like Mexico and Norway, then we did lots of different craft activities.

Christmas festival

Our grown ups came to visit, we had cake and hot chocolate, we sang Christmas songs. We had a fire and some fake snow!

Forest school

"Forest school is an inspirational process, that offers all learners regular opportunities to achieve, develp confidence and self-esteem, through hands-on learning experiences in a woodland or natural environment with tress."

Forest School Association and Forest Educatio network

Active learning

Chinese New Year Lion Dance

Pancake day

Talk for baking is similar to talk for writing. The children come up with their own actions to remember the ingredients and movements. It is powerful because it is based on the principles of how children learn.  

Talk for baking

WORLD BOOK DAY - Janet & Allan Ahlberg

We dressed up as our favourite characters from the books that Janet and Allan Ahlberg have written.

Through hearing stories children are exposed to a wide range of words. This helps them build their own vocabulary when they listen, which is vital as they start to read. Its important for them to understand how stories work too.

We had a little visit for Easter!

French day!!

We dressed up in red, white and blue. We made flags and Eiffel towers. We tasted jam and bread, French onion soup, French cheese, crepes and croissants.

Ride the Channel bike ride

During the last week of half term, we held a sponsored "Ride the Channel". The children did absolutely fantastic as it was such a hot day. The children (and staff) had a really enjoyable day and every child took part. Thank you so much for your support and don't forget your sponsor money if you haven't handed it in yet!