We would like to say a massive thank you to all the parents and children for all their lovely gifts that we have received, we wish you all the best at big school and we are very honored to have watched you grow into the wonderful children you all are today.  

The pre-school and holiday care children at the city site have been exploring various textures this week and getting good and messy. We have looked at pincer control, writing in couscous, making patterns in slimy soup and discussing how cornflour has a hard and slimy consistency at the same time

It’s that time of year again at Grace Road where we all say our sad goodbye to the school leavers; we wish you all good luck at your new schools. It has been a privilege to help everyone grow into the wonderful children that they have become, it’s always sad to see them go but […]

On behalf of Leicester’s Food Plan, Leicestershire City Council and Leicestershire Nutrition and Dietetic Service, St George’s Nursery, William street have received their certificate on ensuring that they are encouraging and promoting healthy, balanced and nutritious food and drink. The team have been encouraging children to eat well and learn about food in their early […]

The Staff at the city site have worked really hard over the last few months to ensure that they get reaccredited for their eat better start better accreditation this week and they achieved this with flying colours. This accreditation shows parents that we work alongside the Leicester city council to ensure that we are providing […]

Please see our 3-5’s new display at Grace Road, we made some beautiful handprint and footprint flowers, where the children giggled as it tickled their fingers and toes.           

Our story of the month within our 3-5’s class at Grace Road is “Handa’s surprise”. The children have been creating their own fruit baskets by colouring in the fruit that they would like to select and sticking them in a basket which has been placed on top of the child’s photo on their heads to […]

Our 2-3’s at Grace Road have been creative learning the traffic light signals, how we use them in the classroom and crossing roads safely. Red means stop, yellow means slow and green means go.

On Tuesday everyone at the City Site all took part in celebrating St Georges Day. All the children enjoyed craft activities they made their own shields and hats. At lunch time everyone got together and all enjoyed a delicious roast dinner.

Today our 2-3’s and 3-5’s at Grace Road went to visit the elderly at Alton Care Home where we handed out hot cross buns and wished the residents and carers a happy Easter. The residents and carers were very happy to see us and the children took pride in handing out the hot cross buns […]