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Welcome to Nursery!


The Nursery Classes are;

NBW - Miss Williams, Mrs Richards and Mrs Madams

NJS - Mrs Stevenson, Mrs Richards and Mrs Madams


We welcome Miss Nichol to Nursery who will be covering NBW while Miss Williams is on maternity leave.


If you have any questions or need to contact us, you can send us an email;




Drop Off Times 


Drop off - 9:00 - 9:10 am via the front gate and up the ramp. We will meet your children at the door ready to take them into class. Please limit what your children bring in, essentials only (packed lunch, if needed, coat, water bottle, spare clothes). 


Collection - Our day finishes at 3:10 - 3:20pm and pick up is in the same place as drop off. We will only release children to a known adult.


Wednesday Drop Off and Collection


NBW - Drop off at 9:00- 9.10am and collect from 11.20-11.30am.

NJS - Drop off at 1:00-1:10pm and collect from 3.10-3.20pm, your child will need to have lunch before they come to Nursery. 







Here are some links that might help families during these unusual times.

Welcome to Term 6


Our topic for this term is "How many pebbles on a beach?". If you are visiting a beach over half term, we would love for you to share this experience with us via your child's Interactive Learning Diary.



Homework Challenge

Could you collect some beach treasure for us such as pebbles, shells or drift wood to bring back to Nursery for us to explore?


Remember to follow us on our instagram page @parsonstreetnursery where you can see all the fun and amazing activities that we do.

Arts Trail Video

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Here is our Arts Trail video celebrating a week of Arts across the school from Nursery through to Year 6. Enjoy!



Wednesday 30th June 2021


Please can children come to school wearing sporty clothes such as legging,  t shirt, shorts and trainers. Remember to bring a bottle of water, sun hat and apply sun cream. Sports Day will happen within the school day with photos being posted to your child's Interactive Learning Diary. 


During Term 5 we continued to explore our topic "Are eggs alive?" and have enjoyed hatching eggs and caring for chicks and also looking after caterpillars. 


We have also introduced a loose parts maths play which we have enjoyed exploring. Check out the photos to see our lovely explorative play. 

Welcome to Term 4


Our topic for this term is 'Are eggs alive?'. We have lots of "eggciting" things planned for the coming weeks such as going on a walk around school to spot the signs of Spring around us, investigating and finding out about Spring animals such as chickens and their life cycle.


We would like some frogspawn for us to observe how they change into Frogs. Do you have a pond with frogspawn that we could have some in Nursery? If so, please get in touch and let us know. 






We are loving having tadpoles in Nursery- As part of our spring topic 'Are eggs eggs alive?' We have been discovering which animals hatch out of eggs..

Spring has arrived at Parson Street Nursery. We have been exploring our meadow area and noticing the changes that are happening there. The sun is shining and the cherry tree is covered in beautiful blossom. The children were inspired to change our bare winter trees to a spring one, the trees are displayed in our Art Area.

We have Frogspawn in Nursery

Where's My Egg? reаd aloud

We are kick starting our topic by reading this lovely book by Tony Mitton and Jane Chapman

Welcome to Term 3


Happy New Year! We hope that you had a festive Christmas holiday and were able to spend some quality time together as a family. We would like to give a warm welcome to Miss Nichol who is joining NBW as Miss Williams has gone on maternity leave.


Our Topic for this term is 'Where does snow go?'. We are kicking off our topic by reading 'One Snowy Night' by Nick Butterworth. 


This is also a polite reminder that you need to apply for your child's Reception place for September 2021 by Friday 15th January,  please click on the link below.


Do get in touch if you have any questions or need help with this. 


Many Thanks


Nursery Team


We have put together some ideas for you to do at home for each of the Early Years areas of development. It is not intended to be a tick list but something you might like to dip into when you have time. We will continue to add things daily onto the Interactive Learning Diary. The main thing is that you and your child enjoy the activities and have fun!

We are kicking off our topic by reading the story 'One Snowy Night' by Nick Butterworth

Welcome to Term 2


We hope you had a relaxing half term and were able to get out and collect Autumn Treasures to put in the bags that we sent home. Please return them to school so we can explore and investigate what you have collected.


Our Topic for this term is "How many colours are in a Rainbow?"


Children in NBW, you are invited to come into Nursery dressed in a colour of the Rainbow on Monday 16th November. 


Children in NJS, you are invited to come into Nursery dressed in a colour of the rainbow on Wednesday 11th November. 


We will be reading the story "Brown Bear, Brown Bear what do you see?" by Bill Martin. We will explore a weather station outside, where we will be weather reporters using binoculars and clipboards to investigate the weather around us. Creating Rainbow Towns using construction toys and exploring colour and light using torches and our lightbox. 


We will be reading this story to kick start our Topic "How many colours are in a Rainbow?"


Our Topic for this term is "Can we explore it?". We are looking to forward to exploring the Nursery with you.  We have been very busy setting up lots of fun activities for you to explore and enjoy!


Wednesday 7th October 2020


Dear Parents and Carers,


We are so proud of how well the children are settling into Nursery, thank you for your support. 


We are having lots of fun exploring the activities and outdoor space as part of our topic; Can we explore it? We are especially enjoying exploring our Garden Kitchen, being creative with paints and sticking and getting to know our pet tortoises Big and Small. 


We are enjoying reading the book Owl Babies by Marting Waddell. We are also having fun singing the number rhyme '5 Little Ducks' using the duck wooden spoons and toy ducks smiley 

Can you guess who lives here...our Nursery pets are looking forward to meeting you