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Miss Cotton & Miss Ward

Miss Clarke, Miss Mesjasz and Miss Bradshaw, Miss Harrison, Miss Longshaw, Miss Gorksi & Miss Carter. 


A warm welcome to family and friends of Nursery. Our class page is frequently updated to share our fantastic learning and exciting experiences in Nursery.


Our Nursery day is always a busy one, filled with lots of exciting activities support to your child's development in all areas of the early years curriculum. 


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If you have any curriculum specific questions please does not hesitate to send an email to the following address:

It would also be fantastic to hear all about your home learning experiences, so please share any pictures or videos of your children at home using the email address.

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In Nursery, we have been busy practising our Autumn leaves song. We have had lots of fun learning the new song & it has also supported our understanding of the autumnal changes we have been observing in the great outdoors. We hope you like our song!




In October, we have been celebrating Black History month. As part of Black History month, Nursery explored in detail the story of Ruby Bridges and discussed ways in which we could welcome Ruby into our school family at St Thomas of Canterbury. The children discussed lots of exciting ways to befriend Ruby Bridges, such as sharing their toys, making her food, reading a book with her and giving her a big hug! 


We have recently been exploring the forest school provision based behind the Year 6 annexe to develop our understanding of seasonal changes. Now the leaves have begun to fall & the weather is becoming colder, the children have been looking for signs of Autumn in forest school. We have been searching for leaves, creating autumn collages and making natural salt dough faces on the forest trees.