Miss Graham assisted by Miss Cranson and Mrs Wilkinson


Welcome to Fellside Nursery! We work closely with the Reception staff as part of the Early Years Foundation Stage, to ensure the children in our Nursery receive the best possible start to their education. Our highly qualified and experienced teaching staff ensure that each child’s time here is exciting, engaging and memorable.

Our Nursery is open during term time from 8.30am until 3.30pm. We offer a range of provision including the funded 30 hours (subject to eligibility) as well as a funded 15 hours provision over 2.5 days or 5 mornings (8.30am-11.30am) or 5 afternoons (12.30pm-3.30pm).

We have a large indoor area which includes a sizeable soft play room, as well as our garden which includes a brand new sand pit, slide and climbing equipment.

At Fellside Nursery, staff plan directly from the children’s interests and needs so that they are engaged and in control of their learning. Activities are carefully planned so that children are supported and challenged to achieve their potential. Each child’s experience in Nursery is documented in their ‘Learning Journeys’ which are available to look through at in the Nursery at any time. We also frequently post our activities on here, as well as information and events. Any comments and feedback are always greatly appreciated. 

If you require any further information about our Nursery, please do not hesitate to get in touch with the main school office or check the Nursery Admissions under the ‘About’ section of this website.


Our Mystery Reader this week

Our Mystery Reader this week gets extra brownie points for coming in a second time! This time we listened to the story 'Paper Dolls' by Julia Donaldson and Rebecca Cobb. It was all about a little girl who had made some paper dolls. She gave them all funny names and...

We’re going on a worm hunt!

A couple of weeks ago we noticed that there were a lot more worms in the garden. We decided to find out more about worms and learnt that they are really important to help things grow because of the tunnels they make. When they make tunnels, the rain water gets deeper...

Jambo Nursery!

We had some special visitors today called Oswin and Steph. Oswin is from Tanzania in Africa. They taught us a song in Swahili which is a language spoken in parts of Africa. The song is called Jambo Bwana which means hello everyone. Jambo, Jambo bwana. Habari gani,...

Our Mystery Reader this week

This week our Mystery Reader brought the story 'The Highway Rat' by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler. Another much loved story in Nursery all about the mean rat who steals everyone's food and ends up being tricked by the clever duck and the echo!

World Book Day in Nursery

This week we celebrated World Book Day with a pirate theme. We have made our own pirate ship outside and have made treasure maps to find our buried treasure! We have also been learning some pirate songs and played some pirate games in the hall. On Thursday we came in...

Pancake Day!

Today we made some pancakes. We made batter by mixing together our ingredients of flour, eggs, milk and water and put the batter into a really hot frying pan. When the pancakes were ready we took them to our pancake station and decided if we wanted jam, lemon juice,...

Our Mystery Reader this week

Thank to our mystery reader this week who brought the story of 'The Gruffalo' in by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler. This is definitely one of our favorites in Nursery and I think we impressed our reader by knowing so many parts of the story by heart! 

Nurse Wendy and Nurse Ashley visit Nursery

Today we had some special visitors in Nursery! Nurse Ashley and Nurse Wendy came to tell us all about the different people who work in hospitals and what their jobs are. We talked about why you might need to go into hospital and the different rooms and equipment you...

Our mystery reader this week

Our mystery reader this week brought the story 'The monkey with a bright blue bottom' by Steve Smallman and Nick Schon. It's all about a cheeky monkey with a paintbox who goes around painting all the jungle animals with spots or stripes! When they wake up from their...

Our mystery reader this week!

Our mystery reader this week brought in 'I need a wee!' by Sue Hendra. We love Sue Hendra because she also wrote 'Supertato', 'Barry the fish with fingers' and 'No-bot - The robot with no bottom'. It was a really funny book all about Alan the bear who needed a wee but...

Kung Hei Fat Choy!

This week we celebrated Chinese New Year. We learnt where China is in the world and how the Chinese prepare for their New Year by cleaning their house, putting up red decorations and lanterns, having a meal, giving good luck money envelopes and watching dragon...


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