Reception parents making Easter baskets with their child.
Nursery children and their parents visit to the Planetarium in Greenwich
BookTrust visited the Nursery Hatty from BookTrust came to the Nursery. She read the story Max the Brave. Afterwards the parents joined the workshop led by Micki Garvey and made a puppet that they can use while reading the story at home.
The Importance of Play and Sleep in Child Development workshop
Reception parents taking part in a Maths workshop
Reception Class Reading Workshop
Nursery parents comments on making fruit kebab with their children
Nursery parents making fruit kebab with their children
Wiggly wild show
Christingle workshop for EYFS parents
Reception Class Easter Workshop
Booktstart workshop for EYFS Parents
EYFS Art Project
Reading workshop for Reception Class parents
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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