"Many schools in England seem to neglect physical education but not here at Bolton School."

Sam Allardyce, football manager

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Creative Work

Here at Bolton School Nursery we pride our children's creativity.

Here are a few photographs which give you a little insight to what our children get up to throughout the day.

First Steps enjoying hand printing with Autumn colours.First Steps enjoying hand printing with Autumn colours.Children enjoy exploring objects and materials with hands.
Tweenies celebrating the World Cup by making England biscuits.Tweenies celebrating the World Cup by making England biscuits.Children enjoy participating in creative activities, telling you what they have made.
Autumn ColoursAutumn ColoursThe children enjoy the sensory experience of making marks with paint and rollers.This is particularly beneficial for any children who may have a visual impairment.
Tweenies celebrating the World Cup by making England biscuits.Tweenies celebrating the World Cup by making England biscuits.Children seek to do things for themselves, knowing that an adult is close by, ready to support and help if needed.
Butterflies enjoying to make patterns with a variety of materialsButterflies enjoying to make patterns with a variety of materialsThe children explore colours and begin to differentiate between colours.
Butterfly children painting pictures of their homes and families.Butterfly children painting pictures of their homes and families.The children differentiate marks and movements on paper.
Butterfly children enjoying a baking activityButterfly children enjoying a baking activityExploring ingredients and textures whilst making an amazing cake.
Caterpillars and Butterfly children having a ball with the Parachute.Caterpillars and Butterfly children having a ball with the Parachute.The children capture experiences and responses with music and dance.