We are pleased to announce that from September 2016, Blacklow Brow Nursery will offer a full wrap around nursery provision from 8.30am – 5.00pm.  For further information, please view our brochure by clicking on the following link Final Nursery Booklet

Or alternatively, contact the school on 0151 477 8010 and we will be happy to post out the information to you.

Summer term is proving to be very busy in our Foundation Stage classes. We have welcomed Ms Traverse into our Nursery and Mrs Sergison has joined our Reception class team as Mrs Martin has moved on to Year One. It has been great to see how involved all the children, parents and carers have been in the activities organised this term.

Lots of lovely learning has been observed and collected in each child’s learning journey and the parents/carers have enjoyed sharing this learning on their visits to school for drop-ins and other events. We love to see what the children have been getting up to at home and we really appreciate the information you share with us about learning you have observed, either linked to our weekly letter or new learning ideas or interests that are coming up at home.

Thank you to all those who joined us for the Parent’s Forum, if you missed it you can access the PowerPoint here.  Parents Forum Feb 2016

Our recent Stay and Play sessions have proved popular, with all the adults supporting the children to develop their gross and fine motor skills. We would love to find out about any motor skills activities you’ve tried using the ideas from the information pack or other exciting things you’ve got up to at home to support this area of learning. Please fill in and return the ‘houses’ so they can be added to your child’s learning journey.

In response to the feedback from parents/carers at our parent forum, the next Stay and Play sessions in April will focus on the development of phonics skills. Prior to the Stay and Play sessions taking place we will be holding Phonics workshops for parents.

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The World Book Day activities were also well attended and it was great to see so many adults sharing books with the children. There is no better way to inspire readers than to share your love of reading.

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Don’t forget to check our weekly learning letter to see what we have been up to each week and how you can help at home.

We also have a weekly Newsletter:

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