Happy Diwali from all at Narborough! We have been very busy dressing up, creating artwork, trying new foods, dancing and making Diva lights to celebrate this festival. We were lucky to have one of our parents visit the nursery and deliver Diwali story sessions and make Rangoli designs using sand with the children.

Nothing tastes better than home grown right? Pre-school have harvested a courgette and some beans this week from what they planted in Narborough’s garden a few months back. They will taste yummy in our chicken and vegetable paella for lunch tomorrow!

We’ve been having a bit of a change round in our pre-school room at Narborough. The children have been helping move some of the areas and toys about to make it all nice and fresh again. They all seem to enjoy helping out and being given little jobs to do, what super stars we have.

Baby room at Narborough have been getting messy this week with lots of different messy play. They’ve had spaghetti hoops, custard, mushy peas, shaving foam, bubble bath and shredded paper.

Pre-school at Narborough have been learning about life cycles this week. They have been watching the tadpoles grow and today they have grown some legs. 🐸🐸

The babies have been playing with the shaving foam this week at Narborough and getting nice and messy.

Check out our fab Chinese Dragon at Narborough. Pre-school have been busy creating this ready to celebrate Chinese New Year. Kung Hei Fat Choi.🎊🎇🎎🎐⛩️🇨🇳️

Happy Pancake day. The children and staff have enjoyed pancakes today at Narborough. The kitchen was busy with all those pancakes that had to be made. Thanks to Emma our cook for making them so delicious.

“The pitter patter of little feet leave behind something dear & sweet. A precious treasure for me to keep the memories of your little feet”. The children in our cocoons room at Narborough have had fun doing feet printing this week. 👣👣

We’ve had a fab first week back at Narborough, the children have been talking about christmas and what they have been doing. The pre-school children have had a go at writing their names in the sand and have been practising forming recognisable letters.