Welcome to Nursery 2021-2022
Achieving Excellence Together
Fordbridge Nursery 2022/23
Meet the Nursery Teachers
Mrs Rooke and Mrs Akins
Useful numbers - Solihull Health Visiting Team contact information:
To text a question to a Health Visitor, please use our ChatHealth service and text 07507 332563
To speak to a Health Visitor or to discuss an appointment, please ring:
- North – 0121 329 0120
- South – 0121 726 6755 or 0121 726 6756
For up-to-date service information, including information about well-baby clinics and groups, please access our social media pages:
- Can all children please be in school in suitable black shoes and complete uniform grey skirt/trousers or dress, white shirt and burgundy jumper/cardigan.
- In order to keep head lice at bay please check you child nearly every day.
Please make sure all belongings are named.
In school as part of our PSHE scheme we will be discussing the importance of the PANTS rule with all children
please click on the image below to access the PANTS rule website and child friendly Pantosaurus video.
Children in Need
The children decorated a Christopher Pumpkin biscuit.
Young Minds - Yellow Day 2023
In the book there was a wendy house with dressing up clothes. The children made a hat like in the wendy house.
The children used plastic knives to chop up tomatoes, broccoli, mushrooms and banana
The playhouse roof needed fixing apparently.
The nursery children have been settling in this week. They had such a good time they didn’t want to go home!
Recipe for play dough, this is how Mrs Rooke makes it in nursery
1 cup of plain flour
1 cup of salt
1 cup of water
2 tablespoons of cooking oil
Half a teaspoon of cream of tartar/small sachet
Few drops of food colouring
Mix all the ingredients together and place in a microwave for 1 minute 20 seconds and stir. Repeat for 20 seconds at a time stirring each time until the right consistency is achieved.
It will be very hot so make sure to cool it down, the children love feeling the warm playdough. Enjoy!
This makes quite a bit of playdough but it keeps quite well because of the salt which acts as a preservative. Wrap in clingfilm when not in use to prevent it from drying out.