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Flyford Pippins

                                     Spring Term 2020

                                       Nursery Rhymes 

Welcome to Flyford Pippins Pre-school 

We have 16 children and 2-3 well qualified and experienced staff depending on days and age of our children. We offer a nourishing environment in a wonderful setting where each child is treated as an individual: their abilities are recognised and nurtured.

We belive that building children's confidence and self-esteem will encourage motivation, self-discipline, independence, honesty and inherent love of learning.


Nursery rhymes'offer many opportunities, both for child-initiated and adult-led activities, which will develop children personally, socially and emotionally. When discussing how to men Humpty Dumpty, or views the the Grand Old Duke of York might have seen, children can develop self- confidence and self-awareness. Activities based on well-known picture books will allow our children to enjoy listening to stories helping to understand and to develop their vocabularies. Our children will experience working with a variety of materials, tools and techniques as they paint portraits of Little Bo Peeps sheep and models of binoculars and grandfather clocks and paint sparkly spiders webs.

They will have fun learning to move like Miss Muffet's spider or march like the Duke of York's men. Activities such as using pencils to draw spider's webs, making mice and sheep with dough or throwing beanbags into Jack and Jill's bucket will help to develop their ability to use equipment and fine motor skills.

Autumn Term 2019

The Weather 

And a little bit of Christmas

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November 2019: Baking Catherine Wheels

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Pippins Pre-School at Flyford Flavell


Come and meet Julie and Donna who provide an exciting and caring  pre-school experience  for children from 2 years plus.  

8.45 am - 3.15 pm

Funded places available.  Child care vouchers accepted. 

Pre-school children may also join our breakfast club and wrap around care sessions.

Please call for more details.

January 2019: Planting Trees

Our topic of Superheros is very popular with the children this Spring term. We have been talking about what it means to be a superhero and how they would feel to have powers. Do all superheroes have superpowers? Some have gadgets or special skills and knowledge. Who might be a superhero in our community, police, firefighters, mom, dad or grandparents!!  

We made a Superhero Obstacle Course where our children leap over large mats, raced to help others, picked up houses, pulling others to safety.

Autumn Term 1        'All About  Me'


Getting to know you! 

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