The children really enjoyed painting daffodils on cling film – it’s a great way to mix colours in an inventive way. We looked at the daffodils, discussing how they should be able to see them around the village now (as
The children really embraced the snow last Thursday! They wrapped up warm and raced out to our all-weather garden to play in the snow. It was a great opportunity to do lots of mark making and investigate if you go
In light of the weather forecast for heavy snow overnight and freezing temperatures, Colden Common Pre-School will be closed tomorrow, Friday 2nd March. We will re-open on Monday 5th March. Be safe and have fun in the snow!
We are open today despite the snow! Like always, we will follow Colden Common Primary School, so if they close, we will close. Please keep an eye on these links (as well as our Facebook page) for updates throughout the
To celebrate Chinese New Year the children made lanterns. The lanterns involved drawing straight lines using a ruler, lots of precise scissor work, using sticky tape effectively, an opportunity to practice writing their name as well as decorating the lantern
The children have been busy making different types of bird feeders for their gardens at home and pre-school. We talked to the children about what birds they knew and why it’s important to try help birds in the winter months
To ensure effective learning, the practitioners provide activities that are engaging and of interest to the children. Today the children made Paw Patrol masks. The children enjoyed selecting their favourite character, colouring the picture and carefully cutting around the edge
Colden Common Pre-School returns with its popular community event next month. Join us for our famous Easter Egg Hunt and venture around the village in search of clues to decipher the code and receive a chocolate egg! Plus arts and
Colden Common Pre-School is wishing everyone a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year! We hope you had a fabulous Christmas and look forward to seeing you on Thursday 4th January.
With the arctic weather we experienced before Christmas, we thought we would invite some polar bears and penguins to the pre-school garden. The children compared the sizes of the ice blocks, discussed the temperature and talked about how ice is