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Welcome to Tanworth-in-Arden Nursery

 

Bookings are being taken now for September 2020 intake. 

For information, bookings and viewings, please call:

Mrs Finnegan - Tel School Office: 01564 742284

E-mail: tanworthnursery@welearn365.com

 

We welcome visits to our Nursery.

We are Ofsted rated to provide care for 38 children within our dedicated nursery facilities.


We'd be delighted to show you around our facilities and introduce you to a fantastic environment for your child's early years.

If you are interested in a place at our nursery please contact the nursery office on 01564 742284 to make an appointment.

Our Nursery Staff

 

EYFS Lead

Mrs Shelley Bamford

 

Nursery Managers

Tracey Chambers and Jade Beattie

 

Nursery Assistants

Louise Stephens

Emma Gidley

Eve Winsper

Gayle Paterson

Catherine Vanderson

 

Sports Leader

Kyle Nicholls

 

Forest School Leader

Lesley Ashmore

Meet our lovely Nursery team.

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Nursery and Reception class farm trip. 

Last week we enjoyed the most wonderful festive trip to Umberslade farm. 

We enjoyed a host of brilliant activities and experiences during our time there including playing on the super slippy slides early in the morning, being involved in a live nativity where we were all able to dress up, meeting and feeding the barn animals, holding and cuddling the small animals, playing in the play barn and best of all meeting Father Christmas. Our trip was finished off in style as we traveled back down the farm drive towards school on the tractor and trailer. The children's behaviour and manners during the trip was outstanding and all staff were so proud of how grown up everyone was while we were out. 

 

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Week beginning 11th November 2019

 

Our new topic for this half term is celebrations, each week we are focusing on a different celebration. Last week we focused on bonfire night and explored many exciting activities which involved fireworks, bonfires and sparklers. We particularly enjoyed our boogie beats session where we got to move around the room like different fireworks. 

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This week we have thought all about remembrance and poppies. We have focused on how we use poppies to help us to remember people who help us. Miss Beattie and Mrs Gidley joined the remembrance services on the green with the preschool children and were so proud of their excellent behaviour​​​​​​. During the week we have celebrated poppies through craft, making biscuits and even setting up our own little role play poppy shop. 

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Forest school 23rd October 2019

 

We would like to say a big thank you to the huge turn out of parents and carers that we had join us for our end of term forest school fire. It was wonderful to see so many grown ups enjoying time with their little ones and seeing how much fun we get up to over at our fabulous forest school. 

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Week beginning 14th October 2019.

 

We have had a very busy week at Nursery this week. We have started our two week celebration of Autumn. Our story of the week was 'Stone soup' this lead to us making and tasting our own soup. We also made stone soup in the role play area and tough spot with real vegetables. Also in our fun filled week we have been on listening walks, practicing our early writing skill, painting vegetables, going on a leaf hunt in the church grounds and much much more.    

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Week beginning 23rd September 2019

 

This week we have been enjoying the last bit of sunshine, along with lots of rain which created us the most wonderful mud at Forest school. We are working hard to become independent, we love washing up our own plates and cups after snack time. 

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Week beginning 16th September 2019

 

This week in Nursery as part of our 'Me, myself and I' topic we have been thinking all about ourselves. To celebrate ourselves we have been painting pictures of ourselves, making biscuit faces and creating play dough faces. We have also been singing 'head, shoulders, knees and toes.'

 

On Monday afternoon we discovered more blackberries had grown down on the football field, we collected up as many as we could reach. We were excited to take our pickings over to Forest school and get messy squishing them and painting with the wonderful purple juice.  

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We were also excited this week to have a very special baby visitor. He came to visit us with his Mummy, we watched him kick around and gurgle and thought all about what it was like when we were babies.

The visit prompted lots of lovely baby role play with all the children in the Nursery later on in the week.

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Fun in Nursery

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