Bolton School Nursery

Nursery Celebrates St David's Day

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Our children enjoyed creating their own daffodil paintings as well as planting, dressing up and celebrating St David’s Day yesterday with each other.

Younger children explored different textures and colours through their play and learning and older children created dragons and daffodils by mixing colours, having watched and learned about the story of St David and enjoyed reading and talking about Zog the dragon.

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