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Pre- Nursery & Nursery Trip to Bajkolandia

Last week, the Nursery and Pre-Nursery classes visited the soft play centre, Bajkolandia, for their first trip of the year.

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This was a fun filled morning which gave the children a great opportunity to jump, climb, slide and explore different ways of moving around the large space.

As one of the Prime areas of development, it was a fantastic chance to hone the children's physical development and particularly their gross motor skills.

Of course alongside this, it was a great chance for the children to socialise and play with their friends and we had lots of tired friends on the bus journey back to school after the morning of excitement and activity!”

Alyssa Prokic 

Crocodile Class Teacher

Nursery Learning Leader