Little Lennie's Nursery
Our Little Lennie's Nursery forms part of the Early Years foundation Stage (EYFS) which continues through to children's first year in school - Reception class. If you would like to view our EYFS and Blackbirds class webpages, you will find a wealth of information about children's final EYFS stage and what we offer at St Leonard's.
Another story for our Little Lennie's to watch and listen to, The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister.
We hope you enjoyed your Easter break and that the Easter bunny left lots of chocolate surprises!
Listen to our latest story about someone who ate more than a few chocolate eggs...The Very Hungry Caterpillar!
Another story for our Little Lennie's at home.
The story is 'You Choose' read by Mrs S.
Hello to our Little Lennies. We hope you are happy playing and learning at home.
Miss T is missing reading you stories so she's recorded one for you (with her little helper). Hope you enjoy it.
LOOKING AT NATURE
We enjoyed making bird feeders. We wanted to invite the birds to Nursery so we made them a lovely space to eat. We really did enjoy watching nature on our doorstep and the birds loved the food!
Little Lennie's Home Learning
We are missing our Little Lennie's, so a big thank you to our parents and carers for your wonderful photos.
It's lovely to see them happily playing and learning at home.
Stay safe and keep sending the photos for us to share here. It's nice that the children can still see what their friends are doing, even if they can't play with them just now.
Please click on the link below to view all you need to know about our Nursery
Please find below links to our curriculum design and medium-term plans.
We use these to generate weekly learning experiences for the children alongisde continuous provision opportunities.
OUR WOODLAND WALK
Look at us as we explored our amazing woods. We enjoyed looking for signs of autumn and bringing back collections of leaves and sticks. We will use the sticks for our self-registration board! We even had time to splash in the stream... what fun!