Harvington C of E First and Nursery School

‘Together we love, learn and grow’


Keep yourself and your family safe and encourage everyone to wash their hands. The children will love sharing this video with you as it will remind them of nursery.

How to wash your hands NHS song.

A child friendly song explaining how to wash your hands.



Get your fingers weaving.








A little jar of happiness.

Make a magical liquid in jars, by adding water and a mixer of paint and other ingredients from around the garden. You could also use glitter in the water or anything else your child thinks will 'Feel happy'! Decorate the jars using stickers to make them look extra colourful. 







         Let's send a hug through the post.




Explore your surrounding on your daily walk. 


It's a hard time for everyone right now and families are trying to share some brightness in the world - with rainbows.

Encourage your child to draw or paint a rainbow to put in the front window of your home or chalk one on the path in your front garden. 

The idea is so that anyone taking a walk during the current coronavirus pandemic can spot them along their route - and spreads the message that we are all in this together.


You could even go on a rainbow hunt around your house or outside- make sure you send us your pictures!


Bear Hunt


The Everywhere Bear is safe at home and feeling a lot better now. He thought it might be fun for you to place your bears in the window so that children and families going on their daily walk can

'GO ON A BEAR HUNT' counting the bears along the way. 

He has asked me to remind you to stay safe and remember to wash your hands when you get home.