Nursery Blog
20 Apr 2017
Nursery Green Fingers - Planting

The children have helped replant cuttings from last year’s plants, which were carefully stored through the winter in our nursery greenhouse. These have included sweet pea, runner bean, nasturtium and sunflowers. It has been very exciting to see our o...

19 Apr 2017
Nursery Green Fingers

This term in nursery we have an exciting project that we have been working towards with Mrs Watson. We have entered the Pallet Garden Competition, organised for Gardening Scotland by the Scottish Gardeners’ Forum. Gardening clubs, schools and nurseri...

06 Mar 2017
World Book Day

 On the morning of World Book Day the Primary 4 girls visited nursery to read the children some stories. The Primary 4 girls clearly had put lots of thought and effort into their story choices – they read very expressively to the nursery children. It...

28 Feb 2017
The Importance of Play in the Pre-school Year: Key Facts Every Parent Should Consider

Do you have a daughter who is 3 or 4 years-old who will be entering her pre-school year in August?Are you wondering what she should be learning in pre-school?Developing and learning through play form the foundations of all our early learners’ experie...

01 Feb 2017
The Care Inspectorate: what happens when they pay a visit to your nursery?

  We asked Lisa Nettleton, Head of Nursery, to tell us what happens when the Care Inspectorate arrive for an unannounced one day visitThis is what she said…Early last term, our Nursery had a one-day, unannounced inspection by the Scottish Care Inspec...

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