Go to Bankswood Park 11am to 2pm for "Picnic in the Park": a fantastic free event by Hadfield Coming Together and Carmel Church. Sports activities, arts and crafts, packed lunches and more...
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9 children and the residents came together to have an Easter egg hunt again kindly donated by Tesco Glossop, Simmondley Co-Op and Fausto Agency who without their chocolatey support, none of this would’ve been possible.
The bond has now been made between children and residents and going forward from Easter the children will visit weekly and share weekly Reading, Playing, Art sessions with the residents and monthly we will have a Be Well takeover where we host a big event.
I have worked for Be Well for many years now doing the Intergenerational work and seeing the children and residents so happy makes all the time and effort that goes into these projects, SO worth it. We want to create bonds between the generations, breaking down those barriers and bringing Joy to older and younger. And I think it’s safe to say, we have. 💛 Vicky 🐥🐣💛🌸🥚🐑
It’s just an mdf board with a small feet at the back to stand it up.
Would anyone with a van be able to drop it off in the morning will only take two mins, I’m 5 mins from the nursery 🤞🏻 Please
I know lots of us have Children starting Big School in September! We have been buying these labels for 5 years and they are fantastic! Each day they give a free sheet of stickers depending on what the letter of the day is! Today is letter "E"! If you have a child with a name starting with E you can order a sheet for free just paying postage which is £3 :)
He was also so proud of your fundraising, £3,269.10 is an amazing achievement. Thank you from everyone here - your support means so much to us and helps us care for our patients and their families.
It's getting bigger by the day !!
Shes so proud of it.
I'm not sure what it is as she never told me. I'm thinking it's going to have to go outside now haha.
Any tips on what to do with it ?xx
Hope this is okay to post! A St Charles Mummy has set up this group for new St Charles Reception starters. They are organising a meet up at the park during the holidays :)
We are a 70 place purpose built Nursery, offering funded education places to children the term follo
Operating as usual
A fabulous free exhibition for families at The Lowry celebrating the work of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler: https://fb.watch/l_dt0NKr0U/
A huge thank you to all our wonderful families for all your kind cards, gifts and lovely comments. We are truly grateful.
We hope you all have a wonderful summer and we look forward to seeing many of you again in September.
To those children who are starting a new adventure at their new school, please come back and visit and tell us all about it! We know you will all be fabulous!
0n Friday the residents of Willow Bank came for a visit. Our children just love the visit from the residents. Quote of the day from Poppy: '"I like it when the residents come, we do nice things." This time we had seaside songs, sandcastles, flag making, and the children made the residents a jelly-fish to take home. We listened to the story of "Keith the cat with the magic hat" whilst everyone had ice cream. We finished the session with some songs. We love the residents visiting our Nursery.
Full House for tea in afterschool today
Hot hot hot , we are cooling down in afterschool today with refreshing icepops to keep us cool
Today was hot hot hot so we cooled down in afterschool club with ice cream
In afterschool today we have been on a bear hunt with Jamie from Cosmic kids .
Today we have made pizza in afterschool today we could choose cheese or ham or both . We took them home to cook for our tea .
Today in afterschool we had a relaxing 10 minutes with Jamie from Cosmic kids yoga and we had icepops to help cool us down on this lovely sunny day .
Just been to drop off a present for our residents of Willow Bank of the lovely day we had together for the Kings coronation. . We have also made a card for Norma who recently had a fall to cheer her up , let her know we are thinking of her and sending her all our love from everyone at Hadfield Nursery School.
Today in afterschool we did an experiment. We had a cup of water each and a gingerbread man , on the count of three we all put the gingerbread man into the water . When we was watching what happened to gingerbread number one , we had one to eat.
We used lots of describing words , such hard, crunchy , spicy. Also talking about what we thought would happen to the gingerbread in the water . We said it might go soft , or melt , I introduce the word dissolved.
We watched the colour of the water change from clear to yellow . . Then we tried to get the gingerbread man out , which made us all smile .
We talked about if the fox hadn't given the gingerbread man a ride this was what would happen he had to swim in the river
Today in afterschool we tasted the jelly we made yesterday. We had to decide which was our favourite. It was strawberry winning by just one. Then we had some ice cream with sprinkles. We made the most of the lovely weather and played in the nursery garden .
Today in afterschool we made jelly: a strawberry and a blackcurrant one .We talked about the jelly being a solid which turns into a liquid when the hot water dissolved the jelly cubes . We were all involved in the process from the cutting of the jelly, stirring the hot water, which we did very carefully to pouring the jelly into the tray . After our snack today we washed our cups and plates ourselves.
With the lovely warmer weather upon us please can all parents and carers make sure that your child has sun screen on before they come to nursery. Please can you make sure they bring a named hat too!
Let’s keep everyone safe this summer!
Yesterday in afterschool club we did some weeding in our Nursery garden as you can see we worked really hard and there were lots of weeds to be dug up . We then had a much deserved tea of beans on toast and cheese , all that hard work made us all very hungry.
This free event may be useful for our families. If you click on the link you can find out more information and sign up.
Family Connect: screens in the early years How early should you give your child access to a device? And what are the risks to young children accessing online content?
Today in afterschool club we did cosmic kids yoga and we went on a bear hunt , then we had well earned ice pops . Later we played build a beetle and had a yummy snack
We hope all our families enjoyed the long bank holiday weekend and the children enjoyed wearing their Coronation medals 🏅 If your child was absent last week they should come home with theirs today.
Today we invited the residents of Willow Bank care home for afternoon tea to celebrate the coronation of King Charles. We sang nursery rhymes and we taught the residents a new song called "if you are Ķing and you know it", with lots of different actions to go with it. We all made coronation crowns. Then it was time for Victoria sponge, scones with jam cream and strawberries and a little non alcoholic fizz for the grown ups. We finished off with a story, "the King's pants". A good time was had by all, both young and old enjoyed each other company and we can't wait for their next visit.
Can anyone help!!!! We ordered Kings Coronation Medals which finally arrived this morning but they’ve not sent the ribbons so the children can wear them. Does anyone know where we can get ready made medal ribbons today like in the picture?
While sorting out the nursery today we came upon this gem of a toy.
The Easter bunny is visiting Carmel Church...
We have six healthy chicks. Two Andalusion, two Welbar bantams, a Copper black and a Cream Legbar. They are enjoying their rest in the warm and humid incubator, and will move to the brooder tomorrow.
Three chicks have hatched today: two Cream Legbar and one Andalusian. We have two more on the way...
Great excitement at nursery our chick's are on their way. Our afterschool children are helping to get them to hatch by pipping the incubator, so the chicks think it's their Mummy and we are saying "wake up chicks". So by morning we will have chicks.
There's great excitement at nursery - two of our rare breed chicks are hatching: an Andalusian and a Cream Legbar. I wonder how many chicks will greet us tomorrow morning...
We are "Talking Pants" this week supporting the NSPCC campaign to help prevent abuse from happening to any child. We have read the NSPCC book "Pantosaurus and the Power of Pants", and sung the Pantosaurus song to start our discussions. You can view both of these on YouTube: https://youtu.be/LnroTxz7USI and https://youtu.be/IT3YEdv6a3E
Tonight in afterschool club we made our own sandwiches. We could choose from ham, jam or soft cheese. We buttered it ourselves, folded it, cut our sandwiches in half, and then we washed our plates when we had finished.
We are celebrating Global Recycling Day by launching our Big Battery Hunt. Each year we throw away 600 million batteries, with more than 20,000 ending up in landfill. The materials from recycled batteries could be used to make new batteries, grass fertiliser and even skyscrapers.
The children will bring home a collection box for AAA, AA C and D batteries (we are NOT collecting button cells). They can then put their collection in our battery collection box by the children's entrance, and you can reuse your recycling box. If you count your batteries we can keep a total of how many batteries nursery has collected.
We have acquired lots and lots of lost property!
When you come into the nursery tomorrow please do have a look and see if anything belongs to your child!
We are just having some technical difficulties with our email this morning.
Please where possible could you share the messsge that the nursery is closed today.
Thank you to all. Have fun in the snow today!
Due to the severe weather conditions we have had to take the difficult decision to close Hadfield Nursery School today.
All parents will be notified by email but please could you pass the message on where you can.
Thank you and stay safe everyone.
We had great fun dressing up today for World Book Day. We enjoyed exploring activities linked to our favourite books: Superworm; Room on a Broom; Dear Zoo; Stickman; The Three Little Pigs; The very Hungry Caterpillar; The Three Billy Goat's Gruff and Aliens love Underpants. We especially enjoyed reading stories and playing with our friends from St Andrews School, and we would like to say a big thank you to them.
Ready for World Book Day fun tomorrow..
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