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The children have been very busy doing so many amazing things!


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Welcome to Nursery!


Our topic this half term is

Amazing Animals


We will go on a Safari, a deep sea dive and a rumble in the jungle to find out about all the amazing animals and how they live.




We went on Superhero adventures and used our super  powers to  explore our talents and help others!

Superhero Day!


We had a lot of fun using our special powers to save the day.

Spiderman, Hulk and Super girl were just a few of the Superheroes that joined us on this special day.

The Prime minister phoned to ask for our help. He informed us that  Joker had stolen the Queen's crown and  jewels and was heading our way. We set to work making traps so we could catch him. All went to plan. We found the jewels and saved the day.  



Did you hear that Evil Pea had taken Supertato?

The children were very shocked to make the discovery.

Not only that he had trapped all the veggies. 

The children wrote messages for Pea saying "Keep away!" and "Give us back Supertato!"

 It sparked a real emergency as we all went on a hunt to rescue our favourite spud.

We set to work making traps for Pea. This took a lot of team work … and imagination!

Chinese New Year Parade

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Bird Watch 2020!

The children loved taking part in bird watch. They were so enthusiastic and  inquisitive. We explored the school grounds, looking for nests in the trees and  birds flying in the sky. We soon realised that if we were super quiet we would see more bird action. We saw a variety of birds, some flying solo and others in a flock. Back at nursery  we set up a bird hide and did our very own bird survey. We were super pleased that the children were able to name some of the birds and talk about their characteristics. We think we have some ornithologists in the making. 


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Fun games outdoors!

Elf got up to all sorts of mischief when we went to lunch, as you can see.

We really enjoyed our trip to Abbey House Museum to see Father Christmas.

There was great excitement when we watched the outdoor classroom being built so the children set to work constructing their very own classrooms.

"Look, it's got big wheels and big chain." There was great excitement too when a lorry came to take away the big skip.

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A big thank you to the parents and grand parents that join us for stay and play!

We're going on a bear hunt. We're not scared!

Happy Diwali!

We have got off to a great start!

Many thanks to all the parents and grandparents that joined us for lunch in the dinner hall.

Nursery Presentation for Parents

What to expect, when? A guide for parents

A useful website showing the correct 'pure' pronunciation of phonemes

Useful websites for children to enjoy

If you would like to apply for your child to attend our Nursery please read the admissions arrangements below.

Our Nursery is a 26 place Nursery for children aged 3 and 4 years and the opening hours are from 8.45 am to 3 pm, Monday to Friday term time only.  It is an education Nursery run by a qualified and experienced Early Years teacher.

If you would like your child to attend the Nursery class then you need to contact the school office secretary in person or by phone (0113 2301116) to put your child’s name on the Nursery waiting list.  We take children the term after their third birthday if places are available.  There are three intake times in the year at the start of the Autumn, Spring and Summer terms. When a place becomes available we will contact you the term before your child is eligible to start.

You are very welcome to come and visit the nursery before you put your child’s name on the waiting list.

We offer a choice of options regarding Nursery sessions. All 3 and 4 year olds are entitled to 15 hours free provision and some children of working parents  will be  eligible for a further 15 hours free provision under the government ‘30 hours free early education and childcare’ scheme.   Please click on the link below for further information about this and starting Nursery.