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All about Me!

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

This week (wk beg 18th September) and for the next two weeks, we will be learning about ourselves and how we are similar and different to other people. We will be creating self portraits, talking about who lives in our house, learning about the emotions ‘happy’ and ‘sad’ and making face puppets. We will also be learning about our senses and we will be exploring different activities using the senses of sight, touch, smell, hearing and taste.

It’s a New Term!

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Welcome to all the families that are returning to Willow and those that are about to start with us! We are looking forward to another fun year! The first few weeks of term we will be learning about what we can play with and where things belong and generally settling into nursery life again!

Happy Holidays!

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

This week (17th July) the children have planned the week in all rooms and outdoors and have decided on their favourite activities. They have chosen a car wash outside, the target and balls, bikes, remote control cars, hand painting and water fun outdoors amongst other things!


We wish all the children leaving us to go to primary school the best of luck. We look forward to seeing all the families that are returning in September and welcoming some new ones!


Don’t Forget…..


Leavers celebration for those leaving us to go to primary school is on Friday 21st July, 10am-11.30am.

Ice Cream Parlour and Cafe

Monday, July 10, 2017

This week (10th July) we have a cafe role play in room 3 and an ice cream parlour in room 1! Lots of role play going on this week! The children will have lots of opportunities to take part in activities related to this topic including ice cream puffy painting, sequencing numbered ice creams and making chef’s hats!

Post Office

Tuesday, July 4, 2017

This week (3rd July) we will be learning all about the post office. We will be sending letters, wrapping parcels and playing in the role play post office. We will watch Postman Pat to see what job he does.