Miss Carr, Mrs McGuire and Mrs Thompson

Welcome to Nursery

Miss Carr is extremely proud of all the children within Nursery, they absolutely love to learn through first hand experiences which allows the children to thrive and learn through their play. Every day, inspiring learning opportunities are planned with stimulating resources being provided to develop the children’s skills across the curriculum. The children love exploring the Nursery Garden to learn actively alongside their teachers and friends. Nursery has a Yellow Class which is the morning group and Lilac Class which is the afternoon group. We are excited to introduce children accessing 30 hours and who will be in Nursery on a full time basis and even get to stay for packed lunch!

 Mrs McGuire and Mrs Thompson are the Teaching Assistants in Nursery who love to support all of the Nursery children allowing the to blossom into independent, successful learners!

 We have some very exciting topics planned this year so keep checking the Nursery blog and twitter to keep updated on the exciting things that the children have been learning.



We had lots of lovely feedback about our space themed stay and play session! The children were very excited to take their parents and carers around the different activities which all had a literacy focus. I think some parents were really impressed with their children... read more


The children in Nursery absolutely loved our theme last half term which was all about Space! They celebrated the end of the topic with an Alien Tea Party and the children all turned into aliens for the day! They were able to play alien party games and even taste alien... read more


The children in Nursery are loving our Space theme this half term! They have been exploring the different planets and even creating their own! They have been finding each other’s houses online and were able to direct their friends to their home! They were very... read more


Nursery have absolutely loved exploring the snow last week! They enjoyed making snowmen, sledging and even making snow angels. The children were able to describe the snow and share their experiences of snow with friends. We also observed the snow melt in the water... read more

Christmas Party Time!

The children from both nursery and reception had a fantastic time at their Christmassy party. They enjoyed dancing, party games, party food and even a visit from Santa Claus!... read more


The children in Nursery absolutely loved exploring the outdoor enhancements in the garden this week! They were mixing paint with different animals, vehicles and people and discussing the effects it had! They were also role playing in the beach themed tuft spot and... read more


This week in Nursery the children in Miss Carr’s phonics group have moved on to learn specific sounds! Today we looked at the sound ‘a’ and the children used their magic finger pens to write the ‘a’ sound into coloured sand! We were all... read more


This week in Nursery our theme has been Birthdays! We have even had our own birthday party with music and games. The children in Nursery have been able to write invites, make birthday cards, bake cupcakes and also decorate birthday hats! We have had a lovely week and... read more


Both Nursery and Reception has a fantastic turn out for the bike parade! The children absolutely loved showing off their brightly decorated bikes and clothing. There was lots of support from their friends as they travelled around the Nursery road. The children were... read more


  The children in Nursery were absolutely fantastic at writing their names onto their rocket. They had to concentrate carefully on forming each letter correctly and being able to say what the sound was. The children have been practicing both in school and at home... read more


This year we are collecting items to fill shoe boxes to send to disadvantaged children. Please help us support this appeal. Each year group has been assigned the following shoe box. Reception – Girl Age 2-4 Nursery – Boy Age 2-4 Year 1 – Girl Age 5-9... read more
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