Food Glorious Food!

We are VERY excited to begin our Summer term fun here in the Nursery! During this first half term, our topic will be ‘Food, glorious food’ and the children have already made fruit kebabs, fruit jelly and fruit tarts to take home. We plan to bake lots more yummy treats over the next few weeks, including banana bread, carrot muffins and scones to name a few! We will also continue with our daily Phonics and Maths activities, in addition to lots of outdoor learning and fun activities.

It’s an exciting term for us, as the second half of the Summer term will see the children completing their final weeks in the Nursery and preparing themselves for Reception in the Autumn, where they will continue their learning journey with their friends.

Let’s make it a wonderful term together!



A Winter Wonderland

Welcome to our wonderful Nursery here at The Kidsgrove Primary School! The children are always full of energy and ready to learn as they join us each day to explore and have fun with their friends.

This half term in the Nursery we are focusing on ‘All about Winter’. We have been exploring outside recently, looking for signs of Winter and the changing seasons. We have talked about the importance of keeping warm during winter time, winter animals and the story of Jack Frost. There is still lots more learning to do around our topic of Winter!


Traditional Tales

In the Nursery we have been learning about traditional tales. So far we have explored The Gingerbread Man and The Three Little Pigs. Each week, a variety of activities are planned around a story book to ensure the children can make links to characters, events and main themes. We hope to cover more traditional tales such as Goldilocks and the Three Bears and Little Red Riding Hood over the next couple of weeks, before moving onto our ‘Operation Christmas’ theme where we take part in various craft activities in the lead up to Christmas. We will also invite parents into the Nursery for our termly activity morning, the first one being ‘Christmas in the classroom’.

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