Nursery

Mrs Hedley
NURSERY

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.

 

Chameleon visit

Nursery had a special visitor in to see them to help with our animals topic – Grumpy the chameleon! He loves to hang upside down by his tail and he can swing backwards and forwards. He tried to steal Mrs Hedley’s pen, he has a very strong grip! Mason knew that the...

Who’s afraid of the big bad wolf?

In Nursery we have been reading lots of fairy tales this half term and have done lots of exciting activities. We have looked at big things and little things when looking at the story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears and decided which items belonged to which bear....

Nursery Christmas Party

The nursery children had a fantastic time at their Christmas party, they played games with the Reception class then enjoyed their party...

Nursery and Reception Nativity

Our wonderful Nursery and Reception children performed a fabulous Nativity for their parents.   "I liked skipping around the fire." - Poppy "I liked singing." - Matthew "I liked it when I gave a present to the baby." - Reuben "I loved doing the actions." - Ava "I...

Bonfire Night

Everyone has been very excited about Bonfire Night and they have been sharing all of the fantastic things they have done over the weekend. To celebrate we have made firework paintings with metallic paints and pipe cleaners, we used glittery play-dough to make...

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...

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