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 "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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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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Friday 9th November

Posted on 9th November, 2018

Hello and welcome to the smarties and sweeties

The children have been making Diwali cards and colouring in special lanterns. The children had fun at the Diwali party and had been dancing and moving to the music.

The children have been making birthday cards for their friends and decorating them using paint and glitter. The children have been using paint and glitter to make their cakes.

They have been doing lots of mark making tools to develop their fine motor skills such as chalking and felt tips and chalking. The children have also been painting and using the different colours to mix together to make their own colours.

The children have also been making lots of different poppys for our rememberance day celebrations by painting the stones and decorating them with red paint and black spots.

The children have been identifying the the first letter of their name by doing the register song. The children have been excited when they know what letter their name begins with.

The children have also been playing in the sand and using the sand to fill and empty the containers. As they have been learning about full and empty containers.

The sweeties have been having lots of fun with the Diwali party and have been doing lots of dancing and copying the teachers dance moves.

The children have also been making firework pictures with chalk and using the colourful paints. The children have also been using lolly pop sticks to create their work.

The children have been developing their self care skills by playing with the babies they have been putting them in the water and washing the dolls hair and brushing it after.

The children have been looking at the shapes in the environment looking at the ceiling in the room and talking about all the colourful shapes they saw. They also named the shapes they saw outside saying the balls are circle shapes.

What a lovely week we have had hope to see you againg next week

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