- Category: Nursery News
- Published: Wednesday, 05 June 2019 13:45
Everyone in the Nursery enjoyed a great Sports Day. The children enjoyed participating in the various events while the parents showed a little more competition!!
Recently the Nursery children had great fun exploring the grounds around Oxford Island. They ventured into the forest, hunting for mini beasts and learning about all the wildlife that live there. The children also enjoyed a craft activity and they made their own dragonfly to take home. They ate their lunch together and even managed to have some time to play in the park before heading home!
Easter Bunnies, Bonnets and Baking in the nursery!
James Grant's Mummy and Daddy came to visit the Nursery with their rabbits Honey and Biscuit. All the nursery children enjoyed learning about rabbits and how to take care of them and they got to brush and stroke them too!
As part of our Happy Healthy Kids Programme this term, the children's parent's/grandparents came in to 'Stay and Play' with the children in their Nursery environment. Inside the classroom the children were involved in a number of Fine Motor Skill Stations and outdoor they completed some Gross Motor Skills activities. Afterwards the children all went up to the MUGA pitch for our Annual Sponsored Cycle which they really enjoyed! A huge thank you to all the parents/grandparents who came to support their children.
World Book Day was lots of fun in the Nursery. The children enjoyed dressing up and getting stories read to them.
Take a look through our gallery to see how we got on:
The Nursery recently enjoyed making pancakes and getting to eat them! They also enjoyed a variety of toppings!
The Nursery recently enjoyed a visit from the Ambulance Service. The children enjoyed seeing the Emergency Ambulance car and also trying on the reflective clothing and helmet needed in emergency situations.
Take a look through the photo gallery to see how the children got on:
The Nursery children have been learning all about people who help us and were very excited when Jake's daddy came to visit with his Fire Engine and other Firefighters from work.
We also had a visit from Mrs Savage who taught us all about her job as a nurse. Mrs Savage also ran our Teddy Bear's Clinic, the children loved getting their teddies attended to!