Before your child starts primary school, we share our observations and assessments with your child’s new teacher so that they can continue where we left off. If your child is able to recognise the letters of their name by the
By the time children enter our preschool room at Little Houghton Day Nursery, many of them will already recognise their initial letter in their name. Some may already be able to identify other letters and sounds of the alphabet and
Nursery staff at Little Houghton use Treasure Baskets a lot with the babies and toddlers but sometimes it’s the first time that parents may have come across the phrase.
Some pictures from an eventful afternoon in Little Houghton. We were invited to investigate the huge tree that had just been taken down in the village. The guys even cut up some logs for us to take back to nursery!
A summer holiday can be daunting if you’ve never flown with children before. Our Senior Manager, Heather Clark, has recently returned from her first family holiday abroad with her two nursery-age children. Here are her top tips for all Little Houghton Day Nursery
Some of you have been asking for the words/music to Mr Clickety, a song the children love at nursery. We are sure they will help you out at home, but this audio recording is of them singing at nursery this
It’s been such an exciting week at Little Houghton Day Nursery. Two of our parents run a professional video company (www.richerview.co.uk) and have spent two days with us, filming some of our activities. They’ve turned the footage into a mini-film all
Despite the lack of ‘earthy’ outside space, the children have really made the most of bags and tubs this year, to grow some wonderful flowers and vegetables. They’ve been planting, nurturing and watering all summer, and this week they’ve finally
We would like to welcome our newest member of Little Houghton Day nursery, Sammy the Snail! Sammy is a Giant African Land Snail who has now found his new home in the Butterflies room with the preschool children. All of
As Little Houghton prepared for its 12th Flower Festival, so did our children: Out of our set of old Wellingtons, each child took a boot, decorated it and then planted a flower in it. Once the boots were fixed to