Nursery

Mrs Foster and Mrs Wallace

Welcome

A very warm welcome to all of our new starters, as well as the children returning from the Summer term! We hope to make the transition into nursery as easy and as fun as possible. At St. Oswald’s the children are encouraged to play and explore, actively learn and think critically. We provide learning and social opportunities in both our indoor and outdoor areas.  We will be working hard on personal, social and emotional development, communication and language and physical development. Alongside this the children will be developing their skills and knowledge in literacy, mathematics, understanding the world and expressive arts and design.

 

Elephants on parade!

In Nursery we have been using the Elmer stories to help us learn that everybody is unique. As part of this topic we all made milk bottle elephants and decorated them so that each one was a little bit different. Wouldn’t it be boring if everyone was the...

30 Hours Entitlement Guidance

How parents who’ve applied for 30 hours already can access their account The information below is for parents who are having difficulty finding their code. This will mean you do not need to contact the call centre. Access to the childcare service can be found here...

Nursery Graduation

Today was graduation day for our older Nursery children.  Afterwards they enjoyed a show by ‘Magic...

Nursery Sports Day

Our typical Summer weather meant our sports day was held in the school hall, but the rain didn’t dampen our enthusiasm! Ryan – “It was so amazing to watch our future Olympians in Nursery.” Taylor – “They are all very good at sport...

Nursery and Reception’s day at the seaside

Nursery and Reception have spent a fabulous day at South Shields beach. Lexie in Reception – “I liked it when we went in the water.” Eliza in Reception – “I liked it when i built sandcastles with Nursery.” Lewis in Reception –...

Snowmen at Sunset

The Nursery children were all super stars in their Christmas production of Snowmen at Sunset today. Bobbie, Alicia, Rhys and Holly from Year 5 were fantastic...

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