Welcome to Nursery
 
 

Mrs Banks and Mrs Spooner
Miss Bridle
 
Nursery Session Times
AM 8.40 - 11.40
PM 12.30 - 3.30
 

Water Bottles - please ensure your children bring in a bottle containing water everyday; drinking water helps us to concentrate and maintain focus which is essential for learning.  Please ensure these bottles are clearly named.

PE is on a Tuesday AM and a Friday PM - children do not require a PE kit at the moment but need to wear shoes and clothing which they can take off and put back on independently.  So, no laces please!

Clothing in Nursery - please dress your children appropriately for the weather; at different times of the year this may include sun hats, waterproofs, warm coats, hats and gloves.  We go outside in most weather conditions so it is essential your children are prepared for the changeable British weather!  Please make sure all clothing is clearly named.

Book Bags - Nursery children need to bring a book bag which will be used for sending home books to share and also for Home and School Communication.  Please ensure all books are in book bags on a Tuesday so children can return them and choose new books to take home.  No water bottles in books bags, thank you!

At home - there is lots you can do at home to support your children's learning; talk with them, read with them, play (inside and outside) with them, spend time as a family - have dinner together - and support them in becoming independent with dressing and organising their belongings.

 

 

 

Dates for your Diary 

 

 

 

Autumn Term

 Guess how much I love you?

This topic will help us get to know your children; we will be thinking about ourselves, our bodies, our families, where we live and our favourite things.

The Nursery children have enjoyed settling into Nursery life.  They have been getting to know all the areas of learning both indoors and outdoors.

        

                       

We have been learning Nursery Rhymes; some of the ones we have enjoyed are Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star, Humpty Dumpty, Miss Polly Had a Dolly and The Grand Old Duke of York.

                                              

 

Lights, Lamps and Lanterns

For our topic in Autumn 2 we will be looking at a range of celebrations.  This will include Halloween, Bonfire Night, Diwali and of course Christmas.

 

                       

                            

                                                     

 

Spring Term

Winter Wonderland

In our first topic of 2017 we will be exploring the Winter Wonderland around us - and sharing a range of 'snowy books' to help us find out about the animals who live in Britain as well as the animals who live in cold, icy environments such as the Arctic and the Antarctic.

 

                        

                        

 

How Does your Garden Grow?

For our topic this half term we will be looking at things that grow.  Beginning with an Enormous Turnip and a Beanstalk that reaches to the sky we wiil read some Traditional Tales and also explore a range of vegetables,  Following on from this as we approach Easter we will begin to look at some 'chicken' stories such as 'The Little Red Hen' and 'Rosie's Walk'.  We will then also look at the life cycle from egg to chicken, or is that chicken to egg!!

              

 

              

 

Share, Learn and Play

Thank you to all those of you who have attended our Share, Learn and Play sessions - we have had a great time sharing stories and learning how to play some games together.  Sessions will start back in the Summer Term; look out for a letter confirming dates and times.

       

                                                                   

 

Summer Term

It's a Bug's Life

Our topic this term is all about 'Minibeasts', we will be learning about a range of creepy crawlies and where they live.  Alongside this we will be using some key texts to support our story telling such as 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar', 'The Bad Tempered Ladybird' and 'What the Ladybird Heard'.

 

 

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