Nursery

Mrs Mills, Mrs Jones, Miss Dover and Miss Edgar.
Nursery

Welcome to the Nursery class blog

Mrs Mills, Mrs Jones, Miss Dixon and Miss Edgar welcome you.

We will begin the Autumn term by exploring our ‘Nursery Rhymes’ topic. Visit our blog often to see what we’ve been doing.

Do you enjoy reading to your children? Click here to see a list of recommended titles from the Book Trust, for 0-5 year olds. 

Class Blog

Nursery get farming!

The second group of our nursery children visited Ouseburn Farm and as you can see from the pictures we had lots of fun! [gallery columns="2"...

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Down at the Farm

The first half of our nursery class enjoyed a day at Ouseburn Farm this week.  We travelled by minibus and were met by Dotty our guide.  The children took part in a morning of workshops where they were able to:  herd the sheep into their field; feed the chickens; pet...

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Nursery get Green Fingered

The children in our Nursery and Reception classes worked with Governor Janis to plant some seeds that will grow in our outdoor area.  We spent a busy morning preparing the compost, planting the seeds and then watering them.  Lots of the children could explain that the...

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Parent Easter Craft Day in Nursery

It was so lovely to share our Easter Craft Day with the parents of our nursery children.  We used lots of the skills we have been learning in nursery, such as: printing, cutting, sticking, mark making, turn-taking and following instructions.  Everyone was so proud of...

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Little Rugby came to Nursery

We had our first Little Rugby session in Nursery last Friday when a coach came into school.  The children had so much fun playing games and learning how to balance the rugby ball on different parts of their bodies.  We can't wait for our next session! [gallery...

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Nursery have fun on the farm!

As part of our topic 'Down on the Farm,' we visited Ouseburn Farm today with the children from our morning nursery. We took part in two workshops - the first of which involved us herding and feeding the sheep and their lambs; scattering food for the chickens; feeding...

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Nursery love the library…

To kick start our new topic 'Once upon a Time,' the nursery children were lucky enough to take part in a story-telling workshop at Gateshead Central Library.  We had our first ride on the school mini-buses and brought along lots of our parents too!  Cathy, the...

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Nursery Get Physical

Physical development is one of the seven areas of the Early Years Foundation Stage and is classified as one of the Prime areas of learning. Supporting children's Development in the Early Years will help develop both children's fine and gross motor skills. We have been...

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