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Every Child is an Artist

  July’s Artist of the Month is Claude Monet – a French artist who founded the Impressionist movement.  Our Toddler and Pre-School room have used a variety of media to recreate Monet’s masterpiece ‘Water Lilies’ by using real flowers and pinecones to recreate the textures of the painting and life like imagery of the water. Fine

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We are Re-opening July 1st 2020

We are delighted to announce that Puddle Jumpers Nursery will be re-opening on Wednesday 1stJuly 2020.  Our Nursery Manager Heleanna is now arranging show-rounds of the nursery. Please contact us here to if you would like to take a look around our space and hear more about the Puddle Jumpers experience. In the mean time, you can visit

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The Great Outdoors

  Our Nursery is based in Limehouse where outdoor space can be limited. Many of us live in apartment blocks hence a key part of our ethos is to ensure that children are able to get outside and explore the natural world daily. We are lucky enough to have a small garden that children can

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Introduction to Yoga and Mindfulness at Puddle Jumpers

At Puddle Jumpers we use Yoga as part of our daily routine. Not only does this promote physical wellbeing but also works as a time for children to listen to their bodies, develop their concentration and build a positive self-image too. Yoga is used to relax the body and mind but also works well as

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Ready Steady Cook

We use every opportunity to cook as often as possible with children of all ages. Our cooking activities are sometimes inspired by the children themselves following a particular interest they had that day or they may be adult led where we have pre-planned it into our routine. We take our Toddler and Pre-School room on

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Christmas

The festive period was filled with lots of fun activities for both children and parents. We decorated Christmas baubles that the children had made from salt dough, we made reindeer food, decorated gingerbread houses, designed personalised mugs and even made some lovely smelling bath salts to give as gifts. The children were amazed by some

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