Hello Nursery, I hope you are all well and safe. This isn’t the Summer 1 term that we had planned, but we are all doing the best that we can in these unprecedented times. The important thing is that you are all staying home, staying well and staying safe. For more information about Covid-19 please click on the link below;


This website has general government advice and information.

School has been closed for some time now, we miss all of the children and can’t wait to see them again. We know that you are doing a great job of helping your child to learn and stay active at home, thank you! For ideas of activities that you can do at home with your child, please click on the links below;


This website will give you information about helping your child to learn at home.


The website above gives you activity ideas for children aged 0 – 5.


Some great ideas you can do with things you night have at home.

Stay Safe Online

Your child might be spending much more time online using apps, watching videos and playing games. Please make sure that you are keeping them safe online. For advice on how to do this, please click on the links below;




Keeping in Touch

We aren’t seeing you at school, but we are always thinking about you. Each week we will call everyone to see how you are doing and if there’s anything we can do to help. You can also message me through Class Dojo, or e-mail Kirsty or Adele;



It’s been great to see so many of you on Class Dojo. Mrs Burton and the Reception teachers also look on here to see what Nursery children are doing. We love seeing the photos and videos that you post, keep them coming! We will keep posting on here with activity ideas, stories and songs, so keep checking Class Dojo every day. If you haven’t signed up for Class Dojo yet, please let us know and we can help you. I will also send a weekly e-mail with information and activity ideas to everyone.

Everything is very uncertain right now and we don’t know when schools will reopen. We understand that this is a very difficult and worrying time. It is important that you look after yourselves as well. Please click on the links below for some information about how you can look after you!



There is also some information on here about supporting young people’s mental health.

Take care and hopefully we will see you all soon.

Stay home and stay safe!

Miss Healy and Miss Chelsea