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Fun & Creativity

Messy Play is so much fun


We use varied resources to provide activities that will stimulate the children's senses; touch, sight, hearing, smell and taste.  These activities help the child to interact with and make sense of the world around them.

Christmas Concert


At Bright Beginnings, Music is seen as an essential part of our day.  Children have the opportunity to get involved in listening to music/nursery rhymes, singing, dancing, and exploring musical instruments and we even make our own instruments. Rhymes and songs develop a child's literacy skills.

Outdoor Play


We have lots of space for the children to explore and learn physical skills through movement. That could be games, dancing and sports.

Did you know we learn more physical skills in our first five years than at any other time in our lives?

Early Years Literacy


We promote and support language and literacy skills at nursery through play, reading books, mark-making, role modelling, speech and interactions with peers and practitioners.

Solid language development in the early years will promote success in reading and writing in the future at school.



Maths is fun, and we like to make it fun. Children build maths and numeracy skills through play.

We use everyday activities like counting, looking at shapes, and talking about sizes.  We also use many nursery rhymes with numeracy, such as "10 little monkeys jumping on the bed".

Loving Nursery Life

Outside Play

Every child loves to spend time outside, and our BBN children are no different.  We love to explore our big garden, local parks, and our local beaches, and we even go on the bus to take us further afield, such as Aden Park.  We go out in all weathers, whether it is with our suncream on or wearing our thick coats and hats.

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