Latest News at Brimpton House Nursery
The Pre-school Room are all going to be taking part in the matchbox challenge. This will involve them taking home a matchbox and filling it with as many items as they can. This will then allow for lots of discussions about what we have been able to collect and where we found the different things. We will use the items to make a display within the room. Pre-schoolers please keep an eye out for your matchbox and to see what everyone has been able to collect.
Over the coming weeks we will be exploring all things wild and wonderful within nature. We shall get up close and personal with bugs and creepy crawlies as well as using our senses to explore a variety of different textures, sights and sounds. Please keep an eye out for opportunities to contribute to your child’s learning journey.
The Preschool children are getting ready for the transition to school through taking part in PE sessions to support their independence skills whilst also developing their social skills by participating in show and tell. The younger children are also getting ready to transition to the older rooms by developing self care skills such as potty training, using a knife and fork and getting our own shoes on independently.
Following on from our new addition of fish into the preschool room we are going to be inviting a variety of pets into the nursery for all the children to see such as a Tortoise, Guinea Pigs and Rabbits . If you have an interesting pet that you would like to bring in to show the children please let us know.
The children will also be looking forward to our upcoming summer parties. Dates to follow.
We will be looking at variety of activities to explore science, technology, engineering and mathematics. We shall be developing our numeracy skills, finding out how things work and taking part in different experiments.
Please remember to provide your child with a sunhat and sun cream now the weather is warming up.