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Achieved quality assurance award

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2016




 "Children enjoy ample opportunities to be active, and extend and test their physical skills. The nurturing staff team places a clear focus on promoting the children's personal, social and emotional development."

  

(Ofsted, January 2016)





Food hygiene rating '5' achieved for the ninth year

  running 2017




"Disabled children and those with special educational needs are fully included and valued. Staff work sensitively with children, planning precisely for their learning and ensuring they make sustained progress in relation to their starting points."



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''Staff are highly responsive to the needs of children to secure their safety, welfare and well-being. As a result, the children show a real sense of belonging, confidently exploring their environment and are happy."

(Ofsted, January 2016) 




Food Hygiene rating '5'Achieved again for the ninth year running 2017 

 




"The leadership team has an excellent overview of the nursery, staff practice, quality of teaching and the progress children make. Self-evaluation is used astutely to drive continuous improvement."

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Fri 16th November

Posted on 16th November, 2018

Hello and welcome back to Jelly babies and Jelly tots blog

This week the Jelly babies have been using different objects to paint pictures. They have been using wooden blocks, paint brushes and their body parts to create their lovely work.

They have also been making cakes for the cake sale, the children took turns to mix the ingredients and practising using their tools.

The children have been using felt tips to create their lovely pictures of Pudsey to celebrate children in need.

We have been playing with our new role play tools cooking and moving. The children have been pretending to tasting for the food.

The children have been playing in the sand, using different tools such as utensils, buckets and spades.

They have also been playing with the corn flour.

We have also been making hand prints with different colours.

This week in Jelly tots we have been enjoyed using our fine motor skills to create lots of lovely and colourful marks on our Pudsey bear pictures for children in need.

We have also enjoyed dressing up in Pudsey bear themed clothing and colours with bear ears.

We have also enjoyed mixing lots of ingredients together to make gooey chocolate brownies to sell at our cake sale.

We have also done lots of sensory play using dry rice, sand and water. Filling little tubs with the pasta and the tipping it out onto the tray.

We are also still working on our Makaton signing and we are still learning how to do the ABC song in Makaton.

Thank you for reading our blog see ypu next week.

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