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Delves Infant

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We are proud to introduce our new provision for 2 year olds 

Little Diggers

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This beautiful, purpose built space will help your child have fun and explore, feeding their curiosity and sense of wonder.

Our 'Little diggers' delve deep into their learning and love exploring.


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Meet our nurturing Little Diggers team

Mrs Cooper

Mrs Haque and Miss Slym


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Miss McCarthy

Nursery Lead, Stars Class Teacher

Mrs Akhtar 

Rockets Class Teacher

Mrs Henn, Mrs Woodhouse and Mrs Begum

would like to welcome all of our new children and parents to our Nursery.


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Morning Sessions: 9.00am - 12.00 pm    Afternoon Sessions: 12.30pm - 3.30pm

All day sessions (30 hours) 9.00am - 3.00pm

We also offer an additional 1/2 hour session for 30 hour children at the end of day (£2 a session).

*These sessions can be booked in for the term but cannot be changed once booked in*


The children will need a change of clothes in a draw string bag to stay on their peg in

case of any accidents or if they get wet while playing at Nursery.


In the cold weather the children will still have access to the outdoor areas, so they will need a warm/waterproof coat and suitable shoes.


Children staying for 30 hours will have the option of bringing a packed lunch or purchasing a school dinner.


Monday is our day for Commando Joe training or Forest school.

Thursday is our PE day.

We ask for all children to come to school in joggers or leggings with pumps/ trainers

to ensure they can take part in all activities safely on these days.

Friday is our Library Bus day.

The children will visit the Library Bus for a story and they can take a book home provided that they bring their library book bag to school (bags can be purchased from the school office).

Our new topic for Spring 2 is:




We’re going on a journey (transport)


In this topic we will be going on a journey and exploring different forms of transport that could help us.

We will look at different forms of transport and why we use them.


Our T4W (talk for writing) story will be ‘We’re going on a bear hunt’.


We will continue to develop our fine motor skills by using our fingers to cut, rip, squeeze, tear, wiggle and stretch. All of this finger exercise will strengthen our hands ready to write.

We will also practise ’Write Dance’ to explore our love of writing.  


We will continue to explore numbers, colours, shapes and sounds. We will work on using a range of tools such as pencils and scissors and encourage mark making in all areas of our Nursery.


We will even visit a famous train (Thomas the Tank Engine) while we visit the Zoo at Drayton Manor.


Please visit the 'gallery' page to see lots of photos of our fantastic learning experiences.


*At home talk to your child about the different transport they know.




Home learning



At Delves we believe when home and school work together to support children they will grow and succeed in a safe and caring environment.

We will use Marvellous Me to let you know all of the WOW moments your child has in school.

 If your child does something fantastic at home don't forget to fill out a WOW voucher star for them and hand them in to any member of staff in Nursery.

You can also email any work, videos or photos to

Please put Nursery or Little Diggers (for the 2 year olds) in the subject heading.

Take a look our learning so far


New photos coming soon with our new Nursery children.


PE - We're the Sticky Kids!

The Library Bus!

'Peace at Last' by Jill Murphy
Peace at last story sack.
"Meow" said the cat. "Oh no!" said Mr Bear.
Peace at last story stones.
We loved using our story sack!
"I can't stand this!" shouted Mr Bear.
Our Library bus
Mr and Mrs Bear love stripy pyjamas!
"BRRRRRRRRRR!" went Mr Bear's alarm clock!

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