The mud will wash off, but the memories will last a lifetime.
The 3 and 4 years had lots of fun today
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Fountain Farm Fountain House Farm, Watton is a small family owned working livestock and arable farm. This provides a more flexible environment for your child.
The Nursery began in February 1997 and is managed by Christine Martinson a qualified and experienced early year’s teacher. At the Nursery we recognise that safety and security are paramount. The Farm and Nursery are set in a rural location with ample private car parking facilities allowing a safe point for dropping off and picking up children. The purpose built nursery has specific well-designed a
Operating as usual
The mud will wash off, but the memories will last a lifetime.
An activity that parents can do to promote Communication and Language- Sing songs and rhymes everyday
An activity to promote Communication and Language is to talk about the different sounds you can hear when on a walk
We would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year
Our nursery closes for the Christmas holidays at 6pm on Thursday 22nd December and we re-open on Tuesday 3rd January
****** PARTY *****
just a reminder that our annual nursery Christmas party is tomorrow so please feel free to dress your children in their party clothes ready for lots of fun and a visit from Santa 😁🎅🎉🎄
Our books that we are listening to this week are
Cherry room- We're going on a Bear hunt
2-3yrs- Remembrance Day
3-5yrs- The 3 little pigs
Fountain Farm Children’s Nursery will be closed on Monday the 19th September so we may pay our respects to Queen Elizabeth 11.
Open Tuesday 20th as normal.
Happy first day to all the children starting school
The start of our messy week in the Beech room😀🎨
Look what we stumbled across on our daily woodland walk..🚜
The children in the Beech room (2-4 year olds) have been busy painting flowers for their Driffield show entries
Like a butterfly, time has flown,
you have learned and you have grown.
Tiny chairs give way to desks,
book reports and spelling tests.
So take off now, spread your wings,
soar to new heights, learn new things.
Just remember, as you do,
Fountain Farm is so proud of you!
School Leavers Party 2022 🎪💛
To celebrate the Queens Jubilee, the 3 and 4 years old have learnt the national anthem
Huge congratulations to Kirsty and Josh who finally tied the knot on Saturday. We wish you all the happiness in the world ❤
is there anything nicer on sunny spring day than going to visit the new lambs?
* Parents notice * this will be our last week of hot teas, from next week sue will be starting to introduce her summer menu and yummy sandwiches for tea 🥪
The sheep are in so that can only mean one thing.................
Lambs2022 coming soon 😁
The focus story in the Beech room this week is The little Red Hen
We had a busy day at our 'Monster Rocks' party on Friday!
We made chocolate monsters, marshmallow monsters, monster face party hats and played feed the monster bean bag throw and pin the eye on the monster 👾
Thank you for all of your donations for Comic Relief.
This week in the Beech Room our focus story is, Jack and the Beanstalk 🧑🐄🌱
*** Beech Room Comic Relief Reminder ***
We have received an invitation from the Love Monster, to dress up as a monster and join him at a Monster Rocks Party, this Friday (18th).
Donations welcome for this deserving charity.
The focus book this week in the Beech room is
The 3 Little Pigs
Our new lending library at the Beech room entrance.
Browse our books
Sign it out in our note book
Take it home to share with somebody special
Return for somebody else to enjoy
The Story in the Beech room this week is
Little Red Riding Hood
World Book day
Some story book characters left some surprises in the woods for us to find.
We had afternoon tea and then we went to Cinderella's ball !
Who said World Book Day is just for children ?
Guess our fairy tale.....?
The children in the Beech room are looking at different fairy tales this half term.
This week our focus story is Cinderella.📚
⭐️Don't forget World book day on Thursday the children have been invited to dress up as a Fairy tale character. ⭐
"mess washes off, memories last a lifetime."
This morning we read in a book how Astronaut's have to strap themselves down when they sleep.
The children recreated this situation through play, using masking tape.
They also repaired the well played with space ship.
Today the 3 and 4 year olds have been helping to plant horse chestnut trees
The children in the Beech room are talking about space this half term. Tonight we looked at the moon through binoculars and a telescope.🌙💫🪐🌟
Our environment is very important to us here at Fountain farm and we are always curious to find out who is living deep within our woodland area, we are fortunate to have a local expert who comes to visit us and keeps track of the wildlife we have, below are his findings
Here is a summary of birds seen and ringed at Fountain Farm in 2021
Species seen: barn owl, blackcap*, black-headed gull, bullfinch, buzzard, carrion crow, chaffinch, chiffchaff*, collared dove, common gull, dunnock, fieldfare~, goldcrest, goldfinch, greenfinch#, green sandpiper, grey heron, grey wagtail, greylag goose, herring gull#, house martin#, house sparrow#, jackdaw, kestrel, kingfisher, lapwing#, lesser whitethroat*, linnet#, little egret, magpie, mallard, marsh tit#, meadow pipit, moorhen, pheasant, pied wagtail, pink-footed goose, red kite, red-legged, partridge, redpoll, redwing~, reed bunting, robin, rook, siskin, skylark#, sparrowhawk, starling#, stock dove, swallow*, swift*#, tawny owl, teal, treecreeper, tree sparrow#, whitethroat*, willow warbler*, woodcock~, wren, yellowhammer# and yellow wagtail*#.
* = summer visitor from Africa
~ = winter visitor from Iceland and Scandinavia
# = red list species i.e, birds of greatest environmental concern whose population has decreased by >50% in the last 25 years and/or breeding range has contracted by up to 50% in the last 25 years.
So more than half the species on your land are long distance migrants and/or red list species which demonstrates how important your habitat management efforts are!
Birds ringed: blackbird 7, chaffinch 2, goldcrest 2 plus 1 retrap^, great tit 2, long-tailed tit 1, robin 2, song thrush 1, swallow 3 adults plus 9 pulli and wren 2.
^ = first ringed as an adult on 17 April 2020 which means it must be four or more years old, a very good age for a goldcrest.
Butterflies: common blue, gatekeeper, holly blue, large white, orange tip, peacock, red admiral, ringlet, small white, speckled wood and small tortoiseshell. Now you have thinned out some trees and let more light in I would expect to see more butterfly species next year.
To help keep our wildlife happy and to continue to do our part for the environment we have begun our "big tree plant 2022" Neil and Christine with their help of friends and neighbours so far have planted over 120 trees! Oak and horse chestnuts
Throughout the next few weeks the children will be out in the woods to help plant even more.
Its important for the children to learn all about their environment and how we can all play a part in helping it thrive no matter how old you are
here are a couple of the babies exploring very early mark making, we made some thick paint changed them into some vests and let them explore. some marks made it to paper but mostly they just wanted to feel the paint with their hands and feet...... and some their face! we love some messy fun
The children in the Beech room have been helping to decorate the Christmas tree. We have also had some visitors to nursery that have left us some treats.
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