2 Year Olds

  • Dream Big. Aim High. Shine Bright. 


  • Welcome to Pre-Nursery

  • Pre-Nursery Manager

    Miss Armstrong 

  • Support staff

     Miss Dance 

  • Support staff

     Mrs McAleer

  • Morning session 


    Afternoon session 


  • Things to remember:

    Please ensure a small bag is packed with all essential items your child may need. 

    Spare clothes, pants, socks, nappies, wipes and creams. 

    We do like to get a little messy at times whilst we are playing and exploring, so we may need the extra clothes to change into. 

  • What can you do at home: 





    encouraging independence


  • Upcoming Events

    Wednesday 2nd September – School reopens
    Friday 23rd October- Finish for Half Term

    Monday 2nd November- Children return to School
    Week beginning Monday 16th November- World Nursery Rhyme Week
    Friday 18th December- Finish for Christmas


    Tuesday 5th January- Children return to School
    Friday 12th February – Chinese New Year Celebrations
    Friday 12th February- Finish for Half term
    Tuesday 16th February- Pancake Day Celebrations (We will celebrate this once we return after half term)
    Monday 22nd February- Children return to School
    Thursday 4th March World Book Day
    Friday 26th March- Finish for Easter
    Monday 12th April- Children return to School
    Monday 3rd May- BANK HOLIDAY- School Closed
    Friday 28th May- Finish for Half Term
    Tuesday 8th June- Children return to School
    Monday 5th July-PD Day
    Friday 16th July- Finish for Summer

    While we endeavour to keep to these dates and times they are subject to change due to circumstances beyond our control.
    Further dates may be added throughout the school year.

  • Exploring and learning in Pre-Nursery

    Please click on the link to view our Long Term Plan

    LTP 2020-2021 PN

  • Here are some stories that we are reading this half term; while we explore the topic , ‘ Amazing animals.’ 


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  • Pre-Nursery use Tapestry for our online learning Platform.

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  • Developing our mark making skills:

  • Dough Disco

    Using play dough is a great way to develop children’s fine motor skills. It strengthens the muscles in their hands and fingers, preparing them to mark make. Take a look at this video, to see how we practise dough disco in Pre-Nursery:

  • Squiggle while you wiggle 

    We also like to join in with ‘Squiggle while you wiggle,’ it is lots of fun for the children to join in dancing and developing their early mark making skills, using gross motor skills. Using big movements like Shonette and the children do in the video helps to strengthen the muscles in the whole body. Good gross motor skills have a positive impact on school readiness skills such as reading, writing and sitting posture. regular physical activity can help your child achieve long-lasting good health. so let’s get moving! Think big, big, big!!!!




  • Fun in Pre-Nursery

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