NurseryMiss Quinn and Mrs Houston-Stewart
Welcome to Nursery! Our teachers are Miss Quinn and Mrs Houston-Stewart We are busy welcoming lots of old and new friends into Nursery and learning about how we play together and follow instructions. This half term we are learning all about ourselves and what it is that makes us special and unique. We will be watching the season change from Summer to Autumn at Forest School and will be looking carefully at nature in and thinking about all of the changes that happen to prepare for Winter. We have been having lots of fun doing ‘finger gym’ activities to get our hands ready for writing. We are looking forward to lots of fun and lots of learning this half term!
We are very excited to be taking part in Elmer's Great North Parade this year in support of the fantastic local charity, St Oswald's Hospice. Do you remember the Snowdog trail in 2016? This year, the North East will be taken over by a herd of fabulous and unique...read more
Nursery have had an exciting week as we discovered lots about space. To help us with our space themed week we read the story of Whatever Next by Jill Murphy. Using our creative and technology skills we have constructed rockets, planets and spacecraft using a variety...read more
We have been reading the story of Billy’s Bucket by Kes Gray and Garry Parsons. The thought foundation helped nursery create some wonderful under the sea art . Using sponges, bubble wrap and fruit netting and a variety of different shades of blue, green and white we...read more
TikTok is a video-sharing app. Users can upload and share short videos of themselves lip-syncing to songs or acting out comedy sketches, and add special effects. They can gain followers (‘fans’) and browse other people’s videos. TikTok has a reputation for being...read more
Well done to our Early Years children, staff and parents for running a mile for MIND this morning! It was so lovely to have so many people running in support of the mental health charity. We all really enjoyed taking part and raising money for such a great cause. We...read more
Yesterday, the whole school took part in the Stations of the Cross. They journeyed through the stations as Jesus did 2000 years ago and reflected on the events up until His crucifixion. The children answered questions in groups which challenged them to think the way...read more