Nursery

Miss Graham assisted by Miss Cranson

Welcome

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.

 

Nursery News

A big thank you to everyone who has raised money for our Sponsored Toddle! We have collected £460.50 so far - thank you! Nursery children have been practising hard for our forthcoming sports day events. A reminder that our morning nursery class will be having theirs n...

Nursery Bake Off

  The royal bake off really was a whole school event, with even our youngest pupils getting in on the act! I was asked to judge the winning cake in both the morning and afternoon classes – not an easy task!  In the end, I chose Alfie’s super-summery ice-cream...

Sponsored Toddle and Royal Picnic.

On Friday 10th June, we took part in a sponsored toddle around the school field. As we were celebrating the Queen’s 90th birthday we took flags and masks that we had made with us!  We built up a good appetite for the cakes we had made for the competition and sat in...

Thank you!

Staff and children from Fellside Nursery would like to say a huge thankyou to Trish Errington for her very kind donation of a brand new camera.  We sometimes struggle to afford these resources from our Nursery budget so we are truly grateful for this generous gift. We...

Nursery Provision from September 2017

  Changes to Nursery Provision from September 2017 It has been well reported in the media recently that eligible working parents may be entitled to claim 30 hours of free childcare for their 3 and 4 year old children from September 2017. Currently, the...

Spring Songs

Please click on the link to access the songs the children will be learning this term. Feel free to print them off. spring 1 songs 2016

Dancing Superheroes!

As part of our topic on Superheroes we made our own Superhero dances. We listened to the music (Ghostbusters and Mission Impossible theme tunes). We started off in Superhero poses and then danced to the music – we had to stop and pose when Mrs Duncan clapped her...

Shape Hunt!

    We have been on shape hunts looking for shapes outside. We found lots of different objects and we are learning the mathematical names for the shapes we could see – circles, squares, rectangles and triangles. Can you count how many sides they have? Can...

The Gingerbread Man

  This half term, Dr Brendan Renwick is visiting our nursery to tell us some musical stories. This week we have heard the story of The Gingerbread Man. We had great fun acting out the story and learning new songs too.           We then...

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