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Diwali 2016

Published: 4 November, 2016

October 2016

We have been very busy at Sington nursery celebrating Diwali, the Hindu Festival of light. The children made special scented cards, tea light holders called Divas and created Rangoli patterns. The day was filled with lots of dancing and singing. We listened to the traditional story of Diwali about famous prince Rama and we all enjoyed dressing up in Sari’s too.

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Sington Nursery September 2016

Published: 14 October, 2016

At Sington Nursery we are getting ready for Harvest Festival. Sington’s Scarecrow has been collecting donations for people in need.

We have planned a visit to Emmanuel church in West Hampstead on the 14th of October to drop off the donations we have collected.


Role play

Published: 6 October, 2016

Montpelier 27th September 2016

Suzy set up a hospital in the tent, Alice went to the hospital and Suzy listened to her chest with the stethoscope , Suzy examined her with the magnifying glass and then read her a story to make her feel better.

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Water play

Published: 6 October, 2016

Montpelier 21st September 2016

Children started experimenting water flow through various tracks. This activity extended to children creating river pond and eventually fishing activity. They had great fun, jumping on the puddles and making sounds- splash, Squelch, splash!


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Imaginative play

Published: 6 October, 2016

Montpelier 16th September 2016

It started with a tray of baby Powder and turned into the imaginative play of two boys.

“The digger is picking up the snow to put in the car. It’s to put in the dragons nest. The dragon will be happy if they have some snow. I will have to be quiet before the dragons hear me…”


Dog day at Acol Nursery

Published: 5 October, 2016

September 2016

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Pets are important in the children’s lives as they can provide enjoyment and help children develop responsibilities transferable to adulthood.

Having a relationship with a pet can help develop such skills as: communication, nurturing skills, empathy and a caring attitude. Taking all of this in consideration, plus the fun children can have while playing with a pet, we invited Janosch to the Nursery.

And we did had a lot of fun, stoking, feeding and learning about a dog’s habits.




Kilburn Grange School open afternoon

Published: 10 June, 2016