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June Blog

Stargazer – This Month in Stargazer we have been looking at animals that are under the sea, we have been looking at and painting pictures, we have also been singing action songs and Rhymes as well as reading stories about animals under the sea. Jasmine Room – This month in Jasmine room, we have made…

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December blog

Stargazer room: They created an interactive facial board. They have been reading stories with puppets and enjoying music time. Xakani and Georgia have perfected the surprised face. Congratulations to Rose and Zekia on their walking permits, we are very proud. Joseph has started to take his first steps, let’s hope he catches up with the…

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November blog

Cherubins day nursery featured on national television, we were asked about our views regarding what age children should stop using dummies. This was a fantastic opportunity to be able to share our thoughts with others on such a controversial topic. This picture above shows the van that the GMB Crew arrived in parked outside our…

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October Blog

The children enjoyed different textures by exploring glue, sand and glitter on a display board, with coloured handprints for Diwali. The children had fun playing with the rain shakers. They have been learning the song ‘5 little ducks’. They enjoy making the ‘quack quack’ sound. Children enjoyed exploring yellow paint. They liked their hands being…

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September blog

The children enjoyed playing with jelly and cooked pasta and oats during messy play. The children are learning about different textures and exploring with their hands by touching, smashing and squeezing. Our new babies are settling well into the room and they love the large wooden bridge and the sensory bottles. Jasmine children have been…

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Ofsted graded us GOOD!!

The Ofsted inspector was happy that all the children’s needs were being fully met and their wellbeing looked after, rating the nursery ‘Good’ overall. Ofsted praised the nurseries partnership with parents, noting that; “Highly effective as staff are committed to working together with them, to ensure continuity of care and learning for children.” The staff…

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Mark Making

Mark Making Practitioners support and challenge children’s thinking by getting involved in the thinking process with them. Children begin to experiment with different shaped scribbles and patterns, this known as ‘mark making’. By providing children with a variety of mark making opportunities they are able to develop imaginatively, creatively and physically. This was written by…

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Natural Thinkers

Natural Thinkers Natural thinkers is a Lambeth programme that encourages practitioners and parents to support children in connecting with their natural environment. The children at cherubins will be focusing on Natural things such a outdoor resources e.g picking up sticks and using their imagination with natural objects. Our aim is to get more involved in…

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