This week at city site the children and staff took part in dressing up as super heroes to help raise money for children in need.

Happy Diwali from all of the staff and children at the city site.

This week at the city site, all rooms have taken part in Halloween stay and plays , taking part in lots of creative and messy play with their mummies , daddies and grandparents

This week at the City Site, we have been getting ready for Halloween , all the rooms have been getting busy and decorating also getting creative with different activities such as , dressing up , painting and making spooky stain glass windows.

  The children at the city site have been getting ready for Diwali celebrations in a couple of weeks. The children in the 3-5’s room have made diva’s out of clay and will be decorating them next week.

The children have been busy cooking this week at the city site. The 3-5’s have been discussing what foods are healthy and they wanted to make a treat that was yummy but a healthier option. So they decided they would like to make a banana cake. The children all enjoyed, measuring, mashing, mixing and pouring […]

  Over the last couple of weeks we have been asking our parents at the city site what about their child makes them proud. we then made the comments into a proud cloud board. we have had so many lovely things said about our children that we just had to share them.

This week at City Site the children have all enjoyed the sun and did a lot of outdoor play. They have been getting adventurous by exploring the materials making dens also getting their hands messy with shaving foam and paint play. also this week the 3-5s have had a taster session with Leon from super […]

Today at William Street the children have enjoyed celebrating the royal wedding that is happening tomorrow, by dressing up as prince/princesses or in red, white and blue,  they started off with dancing and joining in with party games, then the children had a tea party in the garden.

This week in the Badger Room the children have been learning about plants, they have made their own Cress heads with clear plastic cups so they are able to see the different stages of the seed transforming into cress.