Morpeth (Mrs Dillon Nursery)

Welcome to 'Morpeth' - Nursery Class Page.


Book bags need to be brought into Nursery daily.

Thursday is usually our book day but due to COVID-19 we have had to put this on hold at present.

We usually open our doors 15 minutes early at home time so that you can choose a book with your child to share at home together. They must be returned each Thursday in order to receive a new book.


We will soon be visiting 'Forest School' which is on site on a Friday.

We have some waterproof suits and wellies at school but if you would like to send some into school for your child this would be great. Please send these in a named carrier bag.

Also stay up to date by logging onto 'Tapestry'to see your children's observations and videos - Please speak to a member of the Nursery staff if you are unable to access Tapestry.


 Mrs Dillon - Nursery Teacher & Manager


We follow advice from the DfE and all photograph subjects have signed permission.

No, schools and local authorities are free to decide on their own policies relating to the use of such images or the release of associated information for their own publicity purposes. We do, however, advise that photographs and video images of pupils and staff are classed as personal data under the terms of the Data Protection Act 1998. Therefore using such images for school publicity purposes will require the consent of either the individual concerned or in the case of pupils, their legal guardians.






Look at what we have been doing at Nursery...
We have lots of fun at Forest School...
Home Learning Resources during School closure due to COVID-19
I recognise that it is a difficult time for everyone that may carry multiple pressures and that many of you will be  working from home while also caring for your children. I appreciate these difficulties and we are here to support you as much as we can in the continuity of your children's education. 
I have attached some activities that you could do with your child but please understand that these are just possible activities and are in no way compulsory. Choose the activities that work for you. The most important thing in these difficult times is to ensure the happiness of you and your family. 
If you are completing educational activities with your child please keep these sessions short and interspersed with free play and lots of opportunities to move around.
Guidance from the Government regarding helping children aged 2-4 learn at home.

BBC Bitesize Starting Primary School

Getting ready for the transition for starting Primary School is a new challenge families may have to consider and possibly think about doing at home. BBC Bitesize Starting Primary School is a website that has lots of resources to help you have fun together at the same time as supporting your child’s learning and sense of independence. There is also advice on how to make your home a fun learning zone and films to help your child develop independence skills like using the toilet and getting into good sleep habits. You can access this via: