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Dracup Road, Bradford
West Yorkshire,
BD7 4HA
01274 578286

Red and Green Apples

Welcome to Nursery! We have two classes: Red Apples come in the morning and the children in Green Apples come in the afternoon. We also have a number of spaces for children who stay in Nursery all day. Our Nursery Teacher is Mr Brown who is supported by two Early Years Practitioners: Mrs Camden (Monday to Wednesday) and Miss Meegan (Wednesday to Friday).

In Nursery we have lots of fun learning new skills through a range of different play-based activities and experiences which aim to develop children’s learning in all the areas of the Foundation Stage Curriculum. Children have access to indoor and outdoor continuous provision which includes sand, water, ICT, music, phonics, books, mathematics, mark-making, small world, creative, construction and role play. We try to ensure that all areas of continuous provision are focused on each child’s individual needs, interests and abilities.

We may also enhance these learning experiences by inviting visitors to Nursery to talk about the topic we are learning about or by visiting new places like the farm. There is an opportunity during each session to learn independently, in small groups and as a whole class. 

Whilst our Nursery environment encourages children to make their own choices regarding the activities on offer, members of staff are on hand to provide help, guidance and educational support where appropriate.

Thank you for visiting our page.

Regards

Mr Brown, Mrs Camden and Miss Meegan

Autumn

New Beginnings

At the beginning of every year in Nursery we learn how to do new things. Here are some photos of the Nursery children learning and practising their new skills. They include things like how to line up, how to sit still and listen, and even how to eat a packed lunch!

Outdoor Learning

Here are some photos of the Nursery children enjoying their outdoor provision. A big part of their learning outside involves their physical development (climbing, balancing, kicking or catching a ball, running without bumping into anything, and so on). However, there are always opportunities to access other areas of learning such as writing and mark making, counting, turn taking, problem solving, investigating, constructing and role playing. 

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