Hello and welcome to the Nursery homepage. The team working in Nursery are Mr Mitchell and Ms Hanton. We are very excited for the year ahead and we will keep you updated on the children’s learning on the Chatter Feed on the right hand side of this page.

We use Seesaw to update you on your child’s progress and learning, when you log on you will see snapshots of some of the activities we take part in in class. We expect all parents to interact with posts on Seesaw and to work with their child on activities set at home.

Reading is fundamental to a child’s progress. It helps to introduce your child to new words and increase their vocabulary. We recommend that parents read with their child daily. It helps to spark imagination and plays a crucial role in speech development which introduces children to the world around them and new concepts.

If you have any problems accessing Seesaw or the Monster Phonics e-books, please contact us using the parentmail@pleasantstreet.liverpool.sch.uk email address and we will try to support you.

PE – Monday and Friday

Seesaw Activities – Activities are posted on Seesaw every Friday for you to view and complete at home with your child.

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Welcome to Nursery Chatter

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Acorn Farm 2024


Nursery had a wonderful visit to Acorn Farm, building upon our Understanding of animals and the natural world

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Spring has sprung


Great to see our nursery children exploring seasonal change, and enjoying themselves in our wonderful outdoor environment

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Exploring Seasonal Change


Our EYFS garden looked like a Winter Wonderland this morning so we couldn’t resist the opportunity to explore seasonal changes to our environment………… and to have some fun 😀 ❄️ ⛄️

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A Special Visitor


We had a very special visitor in school on party day, every class had the opportunity to visit the grotto and they left with some gifts.

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Diversity Day – Marvellous Me


Today, we celebrated Diversity Day. In Nursery we read a wonderful book called “Marvellous Me”. This text allowed our children to consider how they’re different from their classmates, but how each of them are Marvellous in their own unique way.