Havelock Street Lancashire, BURNLEY, Lancashire, BB12 6AJ

01282 436928


Rosegrove Nursery School

Our Learning 2019/20

Welcome ...
We would like to welcome the new children to our nursery. We hope you enjoy your time with us. The nursery staff are looking forward to getting to know you and your child.
The new children have enjoyed exploring nursery and making new friends ...

Fun in the rain ... (27/09/19)
We made the most of the rain today, we put on our wellies  and we had an amazing time splashing about in the puddles!

Harvest time ...
We are collecting for the Burnley Women's  refuge. We are grateful for any donations. Thank you.

Baking with Emily ... (08/10/19)
Every Tuesday we bake with Emily. This week we made spider cakes ... Yummy!

Tatty Bumpkins (0910/19)

Every Wednesday we join in with Tatty Bumpkins. This helps us to become bendy, giggly, clever and strong!

Tatty Bumpkins combines yoga movement with story telling.

Halloween Party (30/10/19)
Everyone was invited to the after school club Halloween disco, we enjoyed joining in with lots of party games and dancing along to spooky music. We also enjoyed eating  yummy hot dogs!

Bonfire night ...(05/11/19)
We have been thinking lots about bonfire night, we have enjoyed sharing our experiences, making firework pictures, making firework patterns in glitter and moving around in different ways pretending to be fireworks! We also talked about keeping ourselves safe.

The Leaf Man story ... (11/11/19)
This week we are thinking about the leaf man story. We went on an Autumn walk in the nursery garden and we collected lots of leaves, we noticed that the leaves were lots of different colours and sizes and that lots were falling from the trees! We are going to use the leaves to make collages, leave prints, leave rubbings and we are going to make our own leaf man!

Baking spotty buns with Emily ... (12/11/19)
Today we baked spotty buns, we are going to sell them on Wednesday to raise money for Children In Need. 

Children In Need ... (15/11/19)

To raise money for Children In Need we wore spotty clothes, we also enjoyed learning a Pudsey dance. Thank you for all your donations.

Bed time reading Trail day ... (20/11/19)
For the bed time reading trail day parents were invited to join in completing reading themed challenges ...

Reading event ... (25/11/19)
Parents were invited to a reading event at Rosegrove Infant School. There was lots of reading activities to choose from.

Hedgehogs ...(27/11/19)
We have been thinking about the story 'Ouch' by Ragnhild Scamell. The story is about a hedgehog who is about to go to sleep when OUCH! an apple lands on her back! Will her friends be able to help her? To support this story we have been doing lots of hedgehog activities we also had a go at baking 'hedgehog' bread ...

Children In Need ...
Well done to everyone for your donations we managed to raise an amazing £93.53p!

Getting ready for Christmas ... (w/c 02/12/19)
This week we have been getting into the festive spirit... Each day we open the Advent calendar, we have been making Christmas cards, learning new Christmas songs, making Christmas decorations and helping to decorate the nursery Christmas tree ...

Wear something red and bring in chocolate (04/12/19)
Everyone wore something red and brought in chocolate, the chocolate will be used for the Christmas tombola. 

Christmas fudge ... (10/12/19)
Today we enjoyed learning how to make fudge, we melted chocolate and butter and then we added evaporated milk and icing sugar, we mixed it all together and put it in the fridge to set ...

Family Christmas Celebration event ... (11/12/19)
Families were invited to join us, we enjoyed singing Christmas songs, making snowmen, making reindeers, Making reindeer food and lots more! (This event was for children who are leaving nursery to start primary school in July 2020)

Christmas Jumper Day ... (13/12/19)
We all helped to raise money for 'Save The Children' charity by making donations and by wearing our Christmas jumpers.

Stay & Play ... (16/12/19)
Parents were invited to stay & play, we enjoyed completing lots of Christmas challenges, We built Santa's sleigh, we made elf puppets, we went on a present hunt, we decorated baubles and lots more! 

Christmas party ... (18/12/19)
We all had an amazing time at the Christmas party, we enjoyed joining in with lots of party games, watching a magician show off his magic tricks, dancing along to Hart Beeps, eating lots of yummy food and you will never guess! We got a special visitor ... yes SANTA!
Happy Christmas everyone!

Stick Man ... (w/c 07/01/20)
Welcome back everyone and Happy New Year!
This week we are thinking about The Stick man story. We have been busy making our own stick men and we even baked a stick man!

Stay & Play ... (22/01/20)
We had an amazing time when our mum's and dad's joined us for stay & play day. We enjoyed sharing all the exciting things that we have been learning about ...

Chinese New Year Celebrations ... (23/01/20)
We have been learning all about Chinese New Year, We watched a clip of a dragon dancing and we had a go ourselves ...

Australia Day ...(29/01/20)
In relation to the story 'One Snowy Night, where we have been learning about caring for animals, we have been talking about the devastating fires in Australia. Many of the animals have lost their homes and are in need of lots of help. it is important children are aware of some of the issues that are going on in the world and as it's Australia Day we decided to have our own bake sale to help raise money for the animals affected by the fires. As well as baking biscuits the children have also been learning about some of the different animals that live in Australia.

Thank you ...
We raised £94.60 this will be sent to support the Australian Fire Fund.

Safer Internet Day ... (11/02/20)
Safer Internet Day is held on the 11th February. This week we have been learning how to keep ourselves safe online.

Stay & Play ... (12/02/20)
For stay and play today we had a Valentines Trail Day, there was lots of activities which promote 'Love' and 'special people' such as drawing a picture of somebody that you love, painting hearts, making love potions and lots more!

Pancake Day ... (25/02/20)
Today everyone listened to 'Mr Wolf's Pancake' story and then we learnt how to make yummy pancakes.

World Book Day ... (05/03/20)
Today for world book day we dressed up as our favourite book characters and we listened to our favourite stories.

Puppet workshop ... (06/03/20)
Children that are moving onto big school in September were invited to a puppet workshop. There were lots of story telling activities as well as making your own puppets ...

Rainbows, rainbows everywhere! 
We have been painting lots of rainbows to remind everyone that 'we are all in this together'. The artwork is displayed in windows to lift everyone's spirits, but also to show support to the NHS staff and front line workers. Stay safe everyone.

People who help us ... (w/c 29/06/20)

This week we are thinking all about how people help us, the book we are focusing on this week is 'Emergency' by Margaret Mayo and Alex Ayliffe. There are lots of exciting activities to help us learn lots about this!

How the crayons saved the rainbow ... (w/c 13/07/20)

This is the book that we are focusing on this week.

In this story the sun and the clouds are best friends. Together they keep the world warm, the gardens growing and the sky full of beautiful rainbows. However one day they get into a fight and refuse to be in the sky together. Which you can only guess means there are no longer rainbows.
In this story you discover that without rainbows, the colours start disappearing until the earth was left with no colour ... except for one little forgotten box of crayons ...

This story teaches the importance of team work and perseverance through the eyes of some colourful crayons!

We have been busy creating our own rainbows ...

Welcome back everyone! (September 2020)
Welcome back everyone it is lovely to see you back at nursery. We would also like to welcome our new children, we are looking forward to getting to know you and your families. 

The Dot ... w/c (14/09/20)
We have enjoyed listening to' The Dot' story by Peter H Reynolds, this is a self confidence story of a little girl Veshti who is upset and angry that she cannot draw anything. Her teacher helps her out.

We have been busy creating our own dotty artwork and we even came to nursery wearing our spotty clothes!