Category Archives: knowledge & understanding

Nursery Blue Group at the Manchester Museum

Nursery Blue Group at the Manchester Museum

The Blue group had an enjoyable morning at the museum on Friday, and like the Red group and Yellow group before them they behaved brilliantly! We all had a great time in the Living Worlds gallery, the Vivarium and meeting Stan the T-Rex.
Blue Group at the Manchester Museum(1) on PhotoPeach


Blue Group at the Manchester Museum(2) on PhotoPeach


Blue Group at the Manchester Museum(3) on PhotoPeach

Nursery Yellow Group Museum Visit

Nursery Yellow Group Museum Visit

The Yellow group had a fun morning at the museum on Thursday. Thankfully the weather stayed dry and we had a great time. The children’s behaviour was excellent and we were complemented by the Museum staff. We were even praised by a gentleman on the return bus journey who said how much he had enjoyed Yellow group’s singing!
Yellow Group Museum Visit (1) on PhotoPeach


Yellow Group Museum Visit(2) on PhotoPeach

Yellow Group Museum Visit(3) on PhotoPeach

Red Group at the Museum

Red Group at the Museum

Despite the rainy weather, the Red group had a fantastic morning at the Manchester Museum on Wednesday. We travelled to the University campus by bus and enjoyed seeing all the animals and Stan the T-Rex.
Red Group Museum Visit (1) on PhotoPeach


Red Group Museum Visit(2) on PhotoPeach


Red Group Museum Visit (3) on PhotoPeach

Nursery:Animals In-Tuition

Nursery:Animals In-Tuition

Nursery and Reception had a fantastic treat this week. We had a visit from Andrew and his animals. All the children were very brave and handled the animals with gentle hands. It was very exciting to meet the guinea pig, sand fish, tortoise and tree frog.

‘Animals In-Tuition’ – Blue group on PhotoPeach

‘Animals In-Tuition’ -Red Group on PhotoPeach


‘Animals In-Tuition’ – Yellow Group on PhotoPeach

Nursery:Connect Project

Nursery:Connect Project

On Wednesday we performed our sunflower songs for our families and it was the big launch of our school song composed with the help of the Royal Northern College of Music with the accompaniment performed by RNCM musicians. It was very exciting for the children and we would like to thank our parents for bringing in green tops and tee shirts for the children so that they looked the part. A couple of parents have asked “why green ?” It was simply to represent the stem and leaves of the sunflower. Thanks to all those parents who ordered tickets and came along to watch the event.

Connect Project:Sunflowers on PhotoPeach

Rehearsing The Sunflower song from Carol Reece on Vimeo.