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Hello to our returning children and welcome to all of our new starters. Here is a brief introduction to the adults who are in Hedgehog class each day...

Mrs Newman is the class teacher. She really loves story time and number time. She enjoys creative activities too.

Mrs Wiles loves doing puzzles and singing songs.

Mrs Agolli-Hoxha loves sharing stories with individuals or at carpet time.

Mrs Allen loves to teach us new songs and use her guitar for music and movement. She loves learning new words through song time.

We always look forward to spending time with you and helping you to explore and discover new things! Hedgehogs class (Nursery) is great fun!

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  • 19/05/24

    The Game that Never Gets Old.

    How many of you remember playing ‘I Spy’ with your family on car and train journeys?
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  • 25/04/24

    The anatomy of a story book.

    You will have seen from our recent curriculum newsletter that our topic for summer 1 is ‘A Lucky Escape and a Happy Ending’.
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  • 24/03/24

    Planting The Rainbow

    We are coming to the end of our topic for spring 2.
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  • 09/02/24

    You are invited.

    If you've never popped into Hedgehogs on a Friday morning for Share A Book, we would love to have you.
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  • 02/02/24

    Dragon Dance

    Hedgehogs have been learning a dragon dance as part of our PE.
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  • 12/12/23

    Togetherness and Community

    Last week we welcomed our families into nursery.
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  • 10/11/23

    Encouraging Independence

    One of our starting points for encouraging your child's independence is teaching them how to put on their coat.
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  • 03/11/23

    Wow Day

    Our Autumn 2 topic launched this week with a wow day on Monday.
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  • 20/10/23

    Down At The Station

    During the last two weeks we have started sound time each day with the traditional nursery song Down At The Station.
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  • 30/09/23

    Hey Diddle, Diddle.

    How many nursery rhymes can you remember from your own childhood?
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