Congratulations to two of our nursery children who received Special Merit awards for their fantastic paintings of ‘Feathered Friends’. They collected their prize during a special celebration at the Scottish Gallery of Modern Art – Modern One. Their paintings will be on display until 24th September. After this date they will travel to different displays – one in Giffnock and another in Dumfries.

Congratulations to all our nursery children who took part and created fantastic pieces of artwork for the competition.

Nursery in March

The boys and girls have been very busy in nursery this session. Our bulbs are starting to bloom and we have been tidying up our little garden patch. Whilst digging we found this long wriggly worm. This means our soil will be good for planting.Some have been trying out their own experiments (in the sand) to see if the seeds will grow.

The morning children have been busy building – houses, dens, ships and cars. They have been working out how tall their creations should be and what they need to use to make it. The builders are in discussion outside the cabin to see what work needs to done.

The pirates have also been in the nursery garden and some treasure has been found. We have been counting how many gold coins we have found before we put them in the treasure boxes.

Inside the children have been thinking about the different animals on the farm and where they live. Enclosures have been made for them to sleep in.

Fun in the Woods – March 2017

We have had many trips to the woods, exploring the great outdoors. Fresh air and exercise keeps us healthy

We explore our special space in the woods and find lots of interesting, wonderful things. We even found a fairy house.

We explore our special space in the woods and find lots of interesting wonderful things.

We have seen many signs of Spring. The snowdrops and daffodils are growing all around the woodland and we have noticed the changes that happen as time passes.

And we have noticed the changes that happen as time passes.

The Troll left us a letter and when we read it he was asking us to remember to close the gate into the woodland space. He also borrowed our hammock.

We found his special magic stick, but it was broken, so we had to solve the problem of putting it back together again. We used tape to join the stick up and stuck his magic egg on top.

Levenhall Nursery will be located at Pinkie St Peter's Primary from Monday 18th May 2015