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Welcome to Berry Brow Nursery Provision 

Butterflies Class


We now offer 30 hour provision including a tasty school dinner! 


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On this page you can see the exciting things our Butterflies get up to, there are regular updates from Mis Lambert and Mrs Nicholls who work in nursery. They always have a lot of fun! 

Home Learning - Week 3


Well done on another AMAZING week of learning despite the current challenges. Your hard work, determination and smiles bring a smile to my face. Below see some important and exciting information for next week. Have a good weekend. Miss Burke smiley



This week we have welcomed Mrs Nichols to Berry Brow. She will be working in Butterflies and running our 30 hour provision. She has had a fantastic start to her time with us, doing lots of singing while we have been practising our Christmas sing a long and getting very messy with the paints making our Christmas cards and calendars.

Don’t forget our 30 hours and lunch club start after the Christmas holidays.



We had a super time watching The Gruffalo. It was a fantastic show. We loved all the singing and we laughed a lot!

This week we have been learning all about owls. We have learned about their beaks, big eyes and why they have them and that they have feathers. We have talked about how they fly around at night.


We made some owl pictures.

This is Hootie. We have loved playing with Hootie and showing him our Nursery.

We will be opening up our junk modelling area. If you have any empty boxes, yogurt pots or milk cartons, could you please drop them off for us.

Thank you

This week we have finished our story map for our new story that we have been learning called Goodnight Moon.

We have been learning to retell the story and putting actions in to help us remember what is happening.


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Have you applied for your school place? We have a virtual open day on Wednesday 3rd December! We would love you to join us! 



Fireworks - boom, whooosh, bang


Nursery and reception have worked together to create these beautiful art pieces! Aren’t they great ...


Welcome Back Butterflies!


It was fantastic to see so many smiley, happy faces this morning, coming back in to Butterflies. What a fantastic start to a new and exciting half term. We all remembered where to put our bags and coats and where to sit on the carpet. Good job everyone. I was really impressed by how many of us put our coat on by ourselves. Well Done. You've obviously been practising lots over the holidays.

Just a reminder that if you have to self isolate there are lots of activities to try with your children on the home learning page and you can get in touch via the Butterflies email address.


We have a new Talk 4 Writing story for this half term. It's called Goodnight Moon.

Goodnight moon by Margaret Wise Brown. Grandma Annii's Storytime

Goodnight Moon written by Margaret Wise Brown and illustrated by Clement Hurd. It is about a child saying good night to everything around: "Goodnight room. G...

We will be learning the words to this story and some actions to help us retell the story.


This week we are learning all about different colours. We will be sorting things by colour and making rainbows. We will also be learning the words to Sing a Rainbow.

Ask your children to name colours that they see all around them.



Sing a Rainbow

Tony and the kids return with a fantastic new selection of your favourite songs.Sing a Rainbow is taken from their new hit DVD. Buy Kidsmusicshop DVD's at ht...

I can't believe it's nearly the end of our first half term together as Butterflies.

We love going outside and we're getting better at putting our coats on but we still need a bit more practise turning our sleeves the right way round and doing our zips up. It really helps us to get outside quickly.


Our children are offered free milk. Some children are wanting water so if you can send a water bottle in with your child. Thank you.


Our Talk for Writing story this term has been The Enormous Turnip. We have made a story map to help us retell the story. We have added actions too to help us remember what happened.


Why don't you ask your child to tell you the story?

Welcome to our Butterflies Class Blog!

We now offer 30 hours!


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We’ve just finished our first week altogether in Butterflies. I bet there are a lot of sleepy children this weekend as we’ve been really busy doing lots of different jobs and learning our class rules.

We’ve been building models, reading books, making pictures and getting to know our new friends names. 

We are all coming in to Butterflies on our own. Well done everyone, we’re very proud of you. 

To help us even more please practise letting your child put on and take off their own coat. It really speeds up getting ready for going outside to play and gives us more time outside which the children love.


Thank you for your support

Miss Lambert and Mrs Yong