Posts Tagged ‘high bank children’s day nursery’

A creative start

Toddlers got the year off to a creative start by doing some large-scale painting. They painted with different patterned rollers to decorate clingfilm using their sharing and turn taking skills.

They also enjoyed getting in the new tepee to share a story with their friends.

Tweenies enjoyed baking cookies and apart from the final product, which was delicious, it was great sensory experience for them as they touched the different ingredients.

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New classroom

High Bank Day Nursery has been given the go-ahead to build a new classroom after altering its original layout to keep children, staff, and parents safe during the Covid-19 pandemic.

We have received approval to proceed with the construction of the new room for our older pre-school (aged 3-5) children.

The timber-framed building will sit alongside and complement a poly-tunnel which was converted into an ‘outdoor’ classroom in the summer to provide pre-school children with their own learning bubble.

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Frank the Pig

Tweenies visit our mini farm each day and their first outing in September involved feeding Frank the Pig and goats Sally and Tinsel some yummy vegetables.

With Autumn now with us, toddlers started to look at this season of the year by painting leaves different colours and looking at the prints they make.

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