We had lot’s of fun celebrating world book day! The children, staff and some of our parents dressed as their favourite book character. We had the Gruffalo, Alice in wonderland, Iron man, characters from Beauty and the beast, and many more come to nursery! There were some fantastic costumes and the children all received a… Read more »
Our children enjoyed celebrating Chinese new year with lot’s of fun activities. Our babies made a pig to symbolise the ‘year of the pig’. The preschool children made a Chinese dragon and toddlers made fun ‘pig’ masks.
As part of our drive to promote British values, we had a visit by Inspector Ian Gould. He talked to our preschool children about why rules matter and ‘stranger danger’. The children loved it and were really engaged.
Tom brought all his animals into nursery for the children to look at. There was Bernard the enormous chicken! Oreo the guinea pig, Ted the rabbit and Timmy the hedgehog. Along with cockroaches, millipedes, giant snails and grass hoppers. The children were so brave at holding them all (much braver than the staff!) Thank you… Read more »
The children had great fun today doing a barefoot walk in the sunshine! Spaghetti, porridge, shaving foam, sawdust………….lots of mess but lots of fun!!
We now have a nursery facebook page – have a look at some of the fun activities we do each day! http://www.facebook.com/stlawrencesgnosall/
The ‘lions room’ children have enjoyed making collage pictures today with feathers, glue and lots of paint………….. what a messy time they have had!!
This week the pre-school children have been enjoying listening to a new story ‘we are going on a bear hunt’. They took their teddy bears on a walk around the church yard and enjoyed learning the actions to the ‘bear hunt’ dance
Welcome to St Lawrence’s Private Day Nursery, a former Victorian school situated in the heart of the village of Gnosall. Fully restored to its former Victorian elegance it provides a bright and spacious 50 place day nursery for children aged 6 weeks to 8 years. As a mother to 3 children myself, I fully understand… Read more »