Dance in the Nursery focuses on the development of children’s core strength, stability, balance, spatial awareness, coordination, agility and gross motor skills through a wide variety of games and activities.
All the children enjoyed making sandwiches for our picnic. We had lots of delicious food and a disco.
The children and their teddies had so much fun.
Star Award: Rakeem, Ayan and Zahra N
Ready, Respectful and Safe Award: Abigail and Udhai
VIP with Mrs Hamid-Butt for Lunchtime Award: Iqra and Muhammed
The Dojo Award goes to: Jesse
We had so much fun painting bears for our topic.
Star Award: Soleiman, Lana & to all the Nursery class from Miss Yousaf
Ready, Respectful and Safe Award: Leon, Aleen & Zahra S
VIP with Mrs Hamid-Butt for Lunchtime Award: Siya, Ajwan & Lana
The Dojo Award goes to: Ayman
Star Award: Jesse, Zahra & Leon
Ready, Respectful and Safe Award: Zahyan, Rakeem & Subhan
VIP with Mrs Hamid-Butt for Lunchtime Award: Eshaal, Layla & Jiya
The Dojo Award goes to: Omar
Star Award: Omari & Maryam
Ready, Respectful and Safe Award: Soliman & Zaynab
VIP with Mrs Hamid-Butt for Lunchtime Award: Zahra, Zarar & Zoya
The Dojo Award goes to: Jiya
We had a fantastic experience at Forest School. We went on a trip to ‘Narnia’, which is located in Blackley Forest. We worked collaboratively as a team to create dens for the animals mentioned in our new story, ‘Bear Snores On’. During our time there, we had the opportunity to explore the beautiful natural surroundings and learn about the forest during the winter season. Also, we enjoyed hugging trees.
Parents and carers were invited into the Nursery class to experience and enjoy our learning with their child. The children had great fun showing their grown ups around their classroom and letting them know what they get up to in school each day! From reading stories, counting, painting, modelling, building creations, mark making to playing in the role play. Everyone had a fantastic time. The sessions are also a great way for families to get ideas on how they can support their child’s learning.
Mrs Hamid-Butt would like to thank everyone who attended.