The children have loved looking at this classic 1969 book by Judith Kerr so much, that we are continuing to explore it next term too! We shall also be celebrating Mother’s Day and Easter at Summerfields by making cards and doing some baking.
Next term at Summerfields Nursery, we will be looking at the classic children’s book “The Tiger Who Came to Tea” by Judith Kerr. First published in 1969, it tells the tale of a little girl called Sophie and a very hungry Tiger who drops by unexpectedly! We have lots of fun activities planned covering all learning areas including making some of our own
The Nursery has raised money by guessing what Pudsey’s favourite food was and having a duck race! We beat last year’s total and raised a fantastic amount for this worthwhile charity. Well done everyone!
Our theme for Autumn Term 1 will be one of the children’s favourite stories The Gruffalo. We are planning a series of fun activities that can be extended depending on levels of engagement from the children including: Making Gruffalo crumble and cakes Building a forest using recycled resources Gruffalo hats and masks Harvest festival and where our food comes from Grandparents stay and play
At Summerfields Nursery we believe that healthy eating and physical activity are an important part of a child’s learning and development. Nursery HEPA Grant We applied for and have been awarded a grant from East Sussex County Council. We had to be audited and produce an action plan detailing how we will use the grant to increase physical activity and promote healthy eating in
This week we’ve been raising money for BBC Children in Need 2016. We had a grid of activities that Pudsey might enjoy and people had to pay £2 per square with the winner getting a prize. We’re pleased to announce that we raised… Many thanks to all our parents and everyone else that took part or donated.
We are pleased to announce the launch of our new website. Please have a look around and let us know what you think 🙂