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Here are some of the wonderful things we've been doing in nursery in 2020/21.
It's a happy hoppy day at Walbrook - our tadpoles have turned in to frogs!
Investigating small creatures from the garden - 15.6.21
Eid Celebration Day - 21.5.21
Our nursery children had an incredible learning experience when the Animal Club came to visit. They got to meet and touch some new and exotic animals, like a spider and a snake, and some more familiar creatures such as a rabbit and a guinea pig. It was just one of the many wonderful things our children get to experience in nursery.
We've got chicks and tadpoles in our Nursery!
We're so excited to be back for our Summer term! We've got tadpoles in our nursery and we are learning about how a tadpole grows legs and becomes a frog. We also had some eggs in an incubator. We were able to watch them crack open and now we have 9 tiny chicks to care for.
Releasing our butterflies - 1.4.21
Art in the Sunshine
We've gone coconuts!
Chinese New Year - 12.2.2021
Today we have been learning about Chinese New Year. We have tasted some new foods, like lychee and spring rolls, played with sensory noodles, we did some mark making with Chinese symbols and we tried using chopsticks. Then we all made some ang-pau envelopes to take home.
Pancake Day - 10.2.2021
Goldilocks is trying to steal our porridge! 1-5 February 2021
We've been making potions! - 1.2.2021
We have loved using lots of different tools to mix and twirl and whisk up these brilliant concoctions. A dash of enthusiasm, a sprinkle of imagination and a whole lot of fun!
We are enjoying a new year of nursery fun - January 2021
Feeding the chickens - 22-1-2021
Outdoor learning is fun! December 2020
Rehearsals for our Christmas production are in full swing - 7.12.20
We love exploring at Walbrook!
We're so happy to be back at nursery 1.6.2020
A message to Walbrook families (March 2020):
Over this unusual time, we at Walbrook Nursery would like to help you entertain the children with quick, easy and fun activities that you can fit into your normal daily routine and will help your child to stay happy, healthy and content.
These activities should last no longer than 5-10 minutes, so you can spread them out around meal times and other household responsibilities (because, as we all know, being a parent is hard work).
It is entirely up to you how many you do per day but remember that your family’s well-being is the most important to us, so do not pressure yourself to formally educate your child. When our school re-opens we want your children to come back to us with happy family memories that will inspire them to learn in our care.
We've got some special visitors in nursery! March 2020
Raising Healthy Children workshop 6.3.20
Miss McAnulty ran a workshop for parents on raising healthy children. To see the presentation given, please click on the powerpoint file below.
World Book Day
Thursday 5th March was World Book Day and the nursery children enjoyed dressing up as characters from "The Tiger Who Came to Tea". We had a tea party for our snack and all of the children tried a sip of tea.