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  • Multi Cultural fortnight

    Published 21/02/24
    Our Multicultural fortnight has been a real celebration of the many different cultures, traditions and languages spoken by our wonderfully diverse community at The Lawns.  To kick off the event Lucas's mummy came in and shared the story &quo
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  • Christmas at Nursery

    Published 15/12/23
    The children have had a really festive and fun time at The Lawns in the build up to Christmas. It was so lovely to be able to share all of our Christmas Songs at our Christmas Celebration for parents, carers and friends. The children did so well to l
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  • Goldilocks and the Three Bears - Hobgoblin Theatre Group

    Published 29/11/23
    To begin our Christmas celebrations we were so excited to welcome the Hobgoblin Theatre Group to The Lawns. The children were a credit to us all as they listened and joined in enthusiastically with the performance of "Goldilocks and the Three Be
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  • Autumn walks

    Published 10/10/23
    The children are visiting the beautiful woodland grounds of Oakfield School this week looking for signs of Autumn. They have experienced hugging trees whilst looking really closely at the shapes of the branches and leaves and the texture of bark. The
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  • Yoga

    Published 17/07/23
    The children have been practicing yoga outside on our new yoga mats. We like to plan in a few minutes of yoga a day as it has so many benefits for young children. It improves their posture, flexibility, strength, balance and co-ordination as well as
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  • Spatial reasoning and creative story telling

    Published 26/06/23
    The children have been taking their creative inspiration from the book Junk DNA by Care Thompson. Junk DNA is a wordless comic created from the arrangement of recycled loose parts including nuts, bolts, old scrap metal items, keys, spanners, spa
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  • Sponsored Sports Challenge

    Published 01/06/23
    The weather was kind to us as the sun shone all day for our Sponsored Sports Challenge. We were so proud of all the children as they enjoyed taking part in their 10 physical challenges and the way in which they supported and congratulated each other.
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  • The King's Coronation

    Published 10/05/23
    The children have been learning about the concept of a coronation so that the celebrations that took place in their home town this weekend were more meaningful to them. We provided a range of activities including role play, stories, bunting making an
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  • Playball

    Published 24/03/23

     

     

     

     

    The Playball team visited The Lawns for a block of sessions recently. They introduced the children to lots of new ball skills, exercises and games to help support them with their co-ordination skills whilst fostering a love of sport. The children participated with great enthusiasm and loved the challenges that coach Mike and Lara set for them. We have noticed this reflected in the children's play as they are now choosing to play with the bats and balls and footballs a lot more which is reinforcing their new skills.

     

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  • Earthsong Multicultural Music Workshop

    Published 17/03/23
    We were fortunate to have a visit from Earthsong Multicultural Music Workshop this month. The workshop is a fully immersive experience for the children where they get to 'go on a journey' around the world whilst exploring world culture t
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  • Multicultural Fortnight

    Published 03/03/23
    Thank you to all the parents who have recently been in to nursery to share their wonderful and diverse range of cultures and traditions with the children. We really are so fortunate to have such supportive families at The Lawns from so many different
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  • PC David visits Nursery

    Published 01/02/23
    We've been very lucky to have welcomed PC David and his colleagues twice to The Lawns Nursery School recently. David is the author of the brilliant set of stories aimed at pre-school children called PC Ben. David read to the children and they wer
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