Welcome to Nursery. We hope you had a great Easter!
Applications for Elston Hall Reception should be made through Wolverhampton city council as attendance at Elston Hall Nursery does not guarantee a place in the Reception year.
For more details about our learning this term click on the Autumn Term Curriculum Overview.
Aims of Nursery
* To create a caring and inviting environment in which the child’s own efforts and independence is supported and celebrated, enabling children to develop a sense of belonging.
* To offer a variety of learning opportunities, that are both fun and intellectually stimulating and in line with the Early Years Foundation Stage Development Matters Framework.
* To develop a partnership with parents and families that will help staff understand the individual needs of the child.
* To promote an inclusive environment where individual needs are recognised and respected and the diversity of children’s experiences is valued and integral to their development.
Morning session 8.45 am - 11.45 am Afternoon session 12.30 pm - 3.30 pm
Nursery really enjoyed their visit from the Police Community Support Officer.
Nursery enjoyed a visit from a 'Farm on the Wheels'
Children stroked the animals and helped to feed them.
Nursery would like to thank all the parents for attending our writing workshop. We are pleased that you found it helpful, informative and fun to share time with your child in the nursery setting. We look forward to working together to help develop your children's writing skills.
Nursery children have visited MAC theatre in Birmingham and been thoroughly entertained by ‘Sleepyhead’ ,a funny tale about a little baby who would not sleep at night time. There was so much for the children to enjoy - the puppets ,games of peepo, music, bubbles, shiny lights, dirty nappies, magic and silly games!
Photos From 2017/2018
Practising for Sports Day!
Children were able to develop a greater understanding of their immediate environment and local area by visiting the local shops. They walked in small groups to a local shop to buy some fruit and vegetables. Children have been encouraged to develop a greater awareness of the different roles that people have and how they effect us.
Children dressed up and enjoyed a royal picnic to celebrate the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle!
Nursery children enjoyed a Christmas trip on the Severn Valley Railway. We caught the train from Kidderminster and travelled to Highley. The carriages on the train were colourfully decorated and we sang Christmas songs and played bells as an accompaniment. We passed by the safari park and saw elephants, rhinoceros, and Santa’s reindeers! Everyone enjoyed a picnic lunch, which was interrupted by a man in a bright red suit and a long white beard. He gave a present to all the children. A fun day!
Enjoying Children In Need Fund Raising Day!