Bolton School Nursery

Children Enjoy Woodland Nature Area

  • Nursery Class Woodland Nature Area

Nursery Class Teacher Mrs Louise Browning and the new Nursery Class have been enjoying themselves as they make weekly visits to a woodland nature area on the School site.

Mrs Browning said: "Although the children have daily access to outdoor learning within the Nursery setting, the woodland area provides a chance to connect with the natural world;  first hand experiences of life and growth; endless opportunities for creativity and imagination; improved fitness and physical development, leading to various health benefits, both physically and mentally.

"Over the past few weeks we have experienced the seasons first hand. Autumn has happened before our eyes! We can't wait to observe the seasonal changes over the next year."

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