Nursery children get taste of life at primary school

The Advertiser Series: CULTURE: Children from the Learning Tree Nursery and Carlton Miniott Community Primary School get to grips with chop sticks during day to mark Chinese New Year. CULTURE: Children from the Learning Tree Nursery and Carlton Miniott Community Primary School get to grips with chop sticks during day to mark Chinese New Year.

CHILDREN at a nursery have begun preparing for life at school by celebrating the Chinese New Year.

Carlton Miniott Community Primary School’s reception class joined youngsters at the Learning Tree Nursery in trying a range of oriental foods and eating with chop sticks.

Lisa Lovell, the nursery’s deputy manager said the children participated in a range of Chinese-themed activities, including making a Chinese dragon, lucky charms and lanterns, as part of a scheme to help with their transition to school.

She added: “The children had great fun and enjoyed tasting the curry, sweet and sour , spring rolls and noddles.”

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