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Invitation to Little Nursery parent and child to visit 

Highfield Outdoor Nursery and Forest School at Dyson Gardens

Every Thursdays (speak to key worker prior)

Morning session       9.00- 11.00

Afternoon Session    1.00 - 3.00  

UNICEF Article 24 Health, 25 Goals of Education, 31 Play

To enable Little Nursery children to have access to high quality, outdoor learning and forest school experiences children we will be based at Highfield Outdoor Nursery at Dyson Gardens each Thursday.

Dyson Gardens offers an outdoor environment where free play, fresh air, exposure to the natural world and physical activity are an integral part of learning. The environment supports children’s communication, imagination and thinking skills; building confidence and resilience. Outdoor play supports children’s wellbeing, physical development and cognitive development. 

All Little Nursery staff will be present in the Outdoor nursery. It is important that a parent stays with his/her child for the first session. Outdoor clothing and boots are provided for children.

Speak to your child’s key person for more information about the session.

 

 

 

Invitation to Messy play workshop

Big Nursery Studio with creative artist Sally

Natalie: Thursday 23rd November 2017

Melanie: Thursday 7th December 2017

Shamsun: Thursday 14th December  2017

Ana-Marie - Thursday 21st December 2017

8.30 – 11am (AM session) 12.30 – 2.45pm (PM session)

UNICEF Article 31 Right to take part in artistic activities

The workshop will give you and your child time together to explore and experiment with a range of materials including paper and paint and make something to take home.

Studio workshop environments enable children to develop basic skills like cutting, fixing and attaching materials. This helps children to develop the motor skills required for pre-writing. Children’s mathematical development is promoted through counting and measuring. Interacting with exploratory sensory materials like paint and clay promotes children’s communication, imagination, problem-solving and thinking skills.

Aprons will be provided, however please wear clothing that you do not mind getting messy in. Speak to your child’s key person for more information about the session.