A new addition to our outdoor resources is our magnificent new galleon. The children are totally fascinated by it, and we look forward to seeing many generations of pirates enjoying hours and hours of fun sailing the Spanish Main, here in Maesbury.
Our latest venture.. Our little allotments for the children to grow their own vegetables. Last week the children planted beans, potatoes, carrots and beetroot. This week they have added radish and lettuce. We have also had some donations of tomato and cucumber plants which we are so grateful for.
All has been revealed and we can't wait to show you all. Our new and exciting obstacle course on the main field. Hearing the excitement in the children as they peek through has been wonderful.
1st - 7th February
Its important more than ever to appreciate the difficulties our children are facing in these very difficult times and to realise just how wonderful they are all coping.. our little hero's.
This week we are honouring this by reading lots of stories such as ' guess how much I love you ' 'Elmer ' stories about friendship and our feeling's, with lots of different picture cards to show different emotions.
During circle time we are talking to the children about what makes us happy, sad and worried. We will be explaining that sometimes its ok to feel sad, or a little bit differently.
On our writing table we have the mirrors out for the children to draw different facial expression. Or to make a picture for someone special, and pictures to go home to someone important to them.
We will be doing lots of music and movement, as what better way to make us feel happy by singing and dancing.
16th - 20th November
This is a very exciting week in the nursery as it's dedicated to "Nursery Rhymes" themed crafts and activities.
Remember fancy dress on Wednesday if you would like to join in
This weekend is remembrance day, at nursery we will be making poppies as our way of showing our respects.
We will also be collecting any donations if you would like to contribute.
Lets not forget
The Tiger visited nursery today and had afternoon tea with us all in the garden!
Toddler room are exploring the story and making their own colourful masks on the creative area and on the mark making tables are creating their own 'invitations'. They have made a post box using red paint and junk modelling too!
Brilliant job ladies, the children were mesmerised
Sunday 17th May
10am - 4pm
Did you know that we we were recently inspected by Ofsted and we were delighted to have been judged Good.
The inspector commented. "Since the last inspection, the provider has made rigorous improvements. The appointment of a well-qualified and experienced manager has strengthened the leadership team" and "All children are looked after by caring and experienced staff who have a high regard for making children feel safe and emotionally secure".
Fun filled and action packed childcare during the summer holidays for children aged 5-11.
There are half and full day options where you can decide to bring a packed lunch or we can provide nutritious delicious meals.
We are Ofsted registered and our dedicated staff offer the highest standard of care possible encouraging the children to grow, thrive and most importantly - have a great time!
Getting ready for Sports Relief on Friday!!
Sponsored crawls and walks plus our own guessing game involving children and staff!
Dress up sporty and enjoy our own Unicorn Nursery Sports Relief! Medals to win, Fun to be had... A difference can be made! 🏃♀️🏅
🌟🌟 A massive 'Well Done' to all the children, parents and staff that took part in our charity event for SPORTS RELIEF today! 👏 We raised a great amount and it's looking above the £100 mark at the moment.... So a BIG THANK YOU to everybody that sponsored and helped out!! 🌟 🌟
We are delighted to announce that our Forest School is now up and running.
A one and a half acre site, our own Forest School is full of incredible teaching resources, all based in the former Maesbury Primary School.
Run by teachers, so that your child is educated, not just managed
Exciting news at Unicorn Nursery Maesbury. Our bug houses have been built in the forest school using recycled items donated by the local community
Our children love learning about nature.
Thank you to Morrison's in Oswestry for their kind donations of plants and soft fruit shrubs. All have now been planted and will be watered when the children arrive back from their summer holidays.
The children will love watching them grow