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Maytree Nursery andInfants' SchoolCaring, Sharing, Aiming High

Welcome toMaytree Nursery andInfants' SchoolCaring, Sharing, Aiming High


Welcome to Nursery



In Nursery we have 4 Key Groups;


Bees - Mrs Potiwal     

Ladybirds - Mrs Williams

Snails- Miss Rashid

Spiders- Miss Muse


Our HLTA is Miss Rossiter, our Teaching Assistants are Mrs Hussain, Mrs Soomro and Mrs Farrukh




Welcome tasks 

The children continue to enjoy our welcome tasks.

Thank you for your help in getting the children to Nursery on time so we are ready to start learning straight away.

Early Years Foundation Stage


Our aim is to build firm foundations for the future and prepare children for a fulfilling and rewarding school life. This supports our ethos of ‘Caring, Sharing, Aiming High’.

Spots and Stripes Day


Thank you for helping us learn about different patterns especially spots and stripes

We have been learning about making patterns with our bodies and especially enjoyed moving to the song below


Festival of Culture

We have learnt about different types of bread from around the world, Bangra dancing, African Drumming and made Rangoli patterns. Many thanks to the parents who came and read to the children in their home language it made the day even more enjoyable.



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World Art Day

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The children learnt what it means to be an artist and did their own still life paintings of flowers.

Our Trip to the Farm

The children really enjoyed their trip to the farm and learnt about the different animals.


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Watching the caterpillars turn into butterflies

The children have been fascinated watching the caterpillars make their cocoons and then watching them come out as beautiful butterflies. We all watched them go in the garden even though some were a little sad to see them go.