NURSERY

Miss Hancock and Mrs Walker

Spring Term 2018

Welcome back and a very happy new year to all our Nursery children and their grown-ups. We hope you all had a lovely Christmas.

This term we continue to follow the children’s interests to help us plan our activities. Last term the children showed a great interest in our ‘Christmas Post Office’ so we have set up a permanent shop role play area for the children to use. This half term it is going to be a supermarket…we are looking forward to seeing what ideas the children have next!

We will also be planning activities related to upcoming special occasions such as Valentines Day, Friendship week, Easter and Red Nose day. This term we will be using monies raised from the Christmas performances and photographs to do cooking and baking, and growing as well as buying sensory resources for messy play. Keep an eye out for future website posts about what we have been doing!

 We are also planning our annual Nursery trip for this term. Please keep an eye out for a letter this half term with more information.

 Please also check the nursery noticeboard for our shared story and special book times for this term. 

 Thank you for your continued support

 The Nursery Team

 

 

Elmer the patchwork elephant comes to Nursery !

A mystery parcel arrived addressed to the children in Nursery and you'll never guess who was inside .......... it was Elmer ! We have been doing lots of activities all about our favourite patchwork elephant. We have painted pictures of him, used hole punches to make...

Celebrating Languages Day in ‘Fantastique’ Style!!

Bonjour! Glynwood celebrated European Languages day in style today and came to school dressed in their best French attire! We saw lots of blue, red and white stripes, berets and moustaches! Lots of children took part in our 'Tour De France' and cycled to school...so...

Nursery win the copper jar treat !

After coming second every half term so far, the copper jar in Nursery finally had the most money in !!!!!! The children were rewarded with fun on the bouncy castle. A big thank you to everyone who contributed their spare...

Water fun in Nursery

The children in nursery have been taking full advantage of the good weather and have loved the two water play days they have had. They have had fun with mops, buckets, brushes, squirters, paddling pools and the sprinkler. Everyone got soaking wet and Lewis said "it's...

Nursery enjoy family kite making !

We invited our parents and carers into Nursery to help us to make kites. We had to follow some tricky instructions but in the end we all managed to make a fantastic kite. We hoped that they would fly........ and they ALL did !! We had great fun together on the field !...

Nursery Empty Classroom Day

Mr Allom came in on Empty Classroom Day to show us how to cut wood safely. We all helped him to use a bow saw. We all listened carefully to Mr Allom's rules so that we knew how to stay safe. We all felt very grown up...

The whole school enjoy Empty Classroom Day

The whole school took part in a National day called Empty Classroom Day. The sun shone and everyone had a great time. Loads of fun and exciting projects were happening in the outside areas of school. The whole school enjoyed a picnic together for lunch which was...

Today is Empty Classroom Day

Hurray the sun is shining for Empty Classroom Day. We are really looking forward to seeing what all the classes get up to today as well as a whole school picnic for...

Nursery visit Hall Hill Farm

On Tuesday 2nd July the older Nursery children and their grown ups went to Hall Hill Farm. There were lots of animals to feed and hold and everyone went on a very bumpy tractor and trailer ride. There was even time to play on the outdoor and indoor play equipment. It...

Garden Gang gets to work !

Thank you very much to the parents/carers who gave up their morning to work in the Nursery garden. The taming of the willow was hard work but the cups of tea and sausage sandwiches helped !! Thank you for your support - it is really appreciated !...

Looking forward to learning outside of the classroom

On Friday 5th July Glynwood will be joining in with a National Day called Empty Classroom Day. Schools all over the country will be joining in to have at least one of their lessons outside of the class over the day. We look forward to hearing what all the different...

Picnic time in Nursery !

The children in Nursery have been busy growing salad vegetables in readiness for their summer picnics. They have taken on the responsibility of watering the plants every day and, as you can see, they must have green fingers ! They decided to pick some lettuce and...

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