St Peter's Church of England Primary School

Cromwell Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS9 7SG

0113 2934411

liz.holliday@stpeterscofe.org.uk

Nursery

Nursery Superheroes!

Nursery have been working hard this week. We have loved seeing what they have been doing on Purple Mash. Well done nursery and especially to this week's superheroes! Click below to see...

Nursery Superheroes!

Nursery have been working hard this week. We have loved seeing what they have been doing on Purple Mash. Well done nursery and especially to this week's superheroes! Click below to see...

Nursery Superheroes!

Nursery have been working hard this week. We have loved seeing what they have been doing on Purple Mash. Well done nursery and especially to this week's superheroes! Click below to see...

Nursery Superheroes!

Nursery have been working hard this week. We have loved seeing what they have been doing on Purple Mash. Well done nursery and especially to this week's superheroes! Click below to see...

Nursery Superheroes!

Nursery have been working hard this week. We have loved seeing what they have been doing on Purple Mash. Well done nursery and especially to this week's superheroes! Click below to see...

Nursery Superheroes!

Nursery have been working hard this week. We have loved seeing what they have been doing on Purple Mash. Well done nursery and especially to this week's superheroes! Click below to see...

Nursery Superheroes!

Wow! Nursery children have been working hard and have been sharing their brilliant learning on Purple Mash just like the older children! They have done brilliantly! Each week Mrs Gray will choose some children who have been Superheroes.

Click below to see who is a superhero in nursery this week!

Click above to go to the Purple Mash site

Purple Mash

We are trying to do all that we can to help you and your children to stay in touch with their teachers while schools are closed. They older children in school have been using ‘Purple Mash’ where they can leave messages for their teacher on the ‘Blog’ and the teacher can send them messages or set some learning activities or '2dos'.

Mrs Vickers has kindly set up usernames and passwords for the nursery children. You will receive a text on Monday telling you what they are. Please log in with your child and tell Mrs Gray what you have been doing on the Blog. She would love to hear from you. Those of you with older children in school will be able to help! Click on the instructions below to help you. 

If you don’t receive a text by Wednesday 13th May, please email sarah.parry@stpeterscofe.org.uk to let Miss Parry know.

Purple Mash Blog Instructions

Purple Mash Letter

 

Please read the document below, which will help you work with your child to learn at home.

Meet a Creature visit

The children had a fantastic time meeting Dean the ranger and all of his animals from Meet a Creature. Dean brought a tortoise, snakes, a bearded dragon, a chinchilla, a tarantula, a giant African snail and a gecko to Nursery. Everyone was really excited to stroke and hold the animals some children even had animals on their heads!

Pancake Day Races

Meet a Creature!

Nursery Newsletter

Parent reading sessions

The children enjoyed sharing stories with a grownup. The children loved listening to the stories and talking about the pictures to their adult. Parents and carers are welcome to join us for reading on Fridays at 8:45am and 12:15pm. We look forward to seeing you there!

Nursery Newsletter

Find out about what we will be learning in nursery.

Share a story

Every Friday we would like you to come at the start of the nursery sessions to share a book with your child.

Forest School Week 1

We went on a listening walk around school. We heard an ambulance, birds, a helicopter, crunchy leaves, wind chimes in the prayer garden and traffic. We also made loud and quiet sounds by tapping on different objects with sticks.

Christmas in nursery!

We had lots of fun at Christmas. We even had a very special visit from Santa!

Christmas Songs

Nursery performed lots of lovely songs for their Mums and Dads today. They were dressed up and joined in brilliantly. 

Teddy Bears' Picnic 

For Children in Need, Nursery had a teddy bears' picnic. We made teddy bear biscuits and sang teddy bear songs. All the children brought a special bear to join us at the picnic. We had a lovely day!

Helping your child with phonics

Have a look at some for the games you can play with your child to help develop skills for learning phonics. We will share different aspects of what we are doing regularly. Thank for your help! 

Teddy Bear's Picnic for Children in Need

Nursery newsletter

Find out all about what we are doing at nursery!

International Week 

We had a great time learning about the countries in Africa. We enjoyed visits by some of our parents too. We looked great in our special clothes!

Our Autumn Walk

Nursery went on an autumn walk Look at the pictures to see what they saw. 

Superhero Day!

As part of our superhero topic the children took part in Superhero day. They dressed up as superheroes and took part in a superhero assault course. Everyone looked amazing and had a fantastic day! 

Easter Egg Hunt

The nursery children were so excited to find the eggs the Easter Bunny had left us in our garden. The children looked all around the garden collecting the eggs in a basket. The best part of the day was eating the chocolate eggs - Yummy!

Vets and Pets

The Nursery children have been learning about vets and pets. The children have been learning how to take care of animals and how to make them better when they get poorly. 

Forest Schools

What is Forest Schools?

Forest Schools helps children develop confidence and self-esteem through hands-on learning experiences in a woodland or outdoor area.

Some nursery children are currently taking part in Forest School Activities.

Forest Schools Week 1:

We have been on a Listening walk. We heard birds, cars, a drill and even a dog bark!

Forest Schools Week 2:

We explored our outdoor area and collected natural objects such as leaves, stones and sticks. The children were very clever and made fantastic sculptures out of the things they had found.

Forest Schools Week 3:

The children worked together to build a brilliant tent. Afterwards we sat inside the tent and read the story Owl Babies.

Forest Schools Week 4:

This week the children carefully looked around the outdoor area to find mini-beasts. We found a centipede, some worms, some slugs and a few woodlice. A few children were very brave and held the mini-beasts in their hands!