At Pudsey Bolton Royd we are proud to provide enabling environments that spark the children’s imagination and creativity both indoors and outdoors. We develop children’s natural desire to learn and their early years’ experience with us develops independent thinking.
The early years are some of the most important years in a child’s life and education. They build the foundations for life-long learning and are the beginnings of their journey to be the adults of tomorrow. Through our caring relationships with children and their parents, we build on what the children already know and can do.
“You’re off to great places. Today is your day.
Your mountain is waiting. So…. get on your way!” – Dr. Seuss
As a school nursery, we create a stimulating learning environment where children are given a fantastic start to their first years at school. Children acquire lots of skills to support their future learning in the early years and beyond.
By building on children’s communication skills, we support the development of relationships with their peers through play and social interactions. We empower children to be inquisitive, independent and competent learners who successfully take responsibility for their own learning and development.
“It is the supreme art of a teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge” – Albert Einstein
The Nursery team is:
Mrs I Sharp (Teacher in Charge)
Mrs L Harding (Cover Teacher)
Miss L Driscoll (Support Staff)
Mrs C Milner (Support Staff)
Mrs R Nazir (Support Staff)
Mrs Y Butt (Support Staff and Bi-Lingual Liaison Officer)
These documents will enable you to support your child’s playing and learning at home.
- Top Tips for Reading Together at Home
- Let’s Get Moving
- Early Reading
- Jolly Phonics Action
- Nursery Outdoor Workshop
Useful Weblinks –
Here is a snapshot of some of our learning journeys in Nursery so far this year.
In Nursery we have been particularly interested in the seasonal changes and the animals and minibeasts in the playground. We have made a bird hide-out, left messages for the squirrel and found lots of wiggly worms!
We celebrated Diwali by making cards and creating Rangoli Patterns.
As part of Anti Bullying Week we came to Nursery in odd socks!
We used this opportunity to talk about patterns, shapes and most importantly what makes us unique.