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Mrs Owen-Nursery Teacher
Mrs Davies-Nursery Nurse
Miss Broadfoot-Nursery Nurse/Families First Link Worker
Miss Lawler-Teaching Assistant
Mrs Nelson-Volunteer and School Governor
Miss McLaughlin-Student teaching assistant
A warm welcome to the new children who have started nursery. This term we will be busy growing our own vegetables. We will be planting peas, radishes, carrots, potatoes, onions, beetroot and courgettes. This project will enable the children to learn first hand the importance of looking after living things. As part of our ongoing topic on life cycles the children have been observing the life cycle of a frog, currently at the tadpole stage! Later on in the term we will be learning about the process of a caterpillar changing into a butterfly. We hope this will be an interesting project for everyone. The children will also be learning about transport including space travel, and the zoo.
Key stories for this term include Jack and the Beanstalk, The Hungry Caterpillar, Monkey Puzzle, The Naughty Bus and Whatever Next.If you would like to share these stories at home and they are not in the library please ask a member of staff for a copy.Reading with your child is a fun way to help them learn and develop language.
During key worker time the children who are starting school in September will be continuing to learn counting and number recognition from 1-10. We will also be learning some letter sounds in preparation for reception.
The children will continue to spend a lot of time outside. Please ensure they bring a coat and wear sun cream on a hot day to prevent sunburn.It would be helpful if children could wear velcro fastened shoes rather than laces.
Please take time to look at photos in the gallery to see our activities last term. The children will enjoy talking to you about their learning.
Thank you for your continued support
A warm welcome to our new children, starting this term. The children all looked very smart in their new uniforms.
Topics for Spring Term
Winter and Spring- To identify features of the seasons and to understand changes over time
Goldilocks and the three bears- To retell a traditional story through role play, story maps and using small world.
People who help us- For the children to begin to understand the important role of the emergency services.
Chinese New Year- Understand the story behind Chinese New Year and appreciate the celebration of a different culture.
Easter- To begin to know the events of Holy week and Easter.
We will continue to develop understanding of number, shapes and letter sound awareness during key worker time.
The children will be continuing to help prepare and cook their own healthy snacks including vegetable soups and fruit muffins. We will also be going into the hall for PE, the children will be practicing movement skills through games and dance.
Please check out the gallery section of the website to see photos of last terms activites. The children will enjoy talking to you about them.
Top Talking Tips
Make comments instead of asking lots of questions
Give your child plenty of time to speak and give them your full attention
Repeat back what your child says adding a word of your own. Them: 'Dog'. You: 'Yes,it's a dog.'
For advice and further information, visit: www.talkingpoint.org.uk
A warm welcome to the new children starting this term. All the children look very smart in their uniforms. A very big thank you for your fantastic support at our End of Term Fundraiser. We raised £130.00 towards our vegetable plot. This money will help to buy compost, seeds and plants for next Spring.
This term the children will be learning about family, ourselves, Autumn, Harvest and celebrations including Christmas. Activities this term include role-playing in our Nursery Hospital, playing games to help improve fitness and physical skills, such as throwing, catching and balancing. We will be making bread and home-made vegetable soup. Also, we will be creating masterpieces in the style of Jackson Pollock the artist.
The stories we will be sharing this term include:
The Tiger Who Came to Tea
Peace At Last
The Little Red Hen
The Enormous Turnip
Copies of our key stories for this term can be borrowed from Nursery library.
Top tip Sharing stories with your child is the best way to help their early learning.
Please take some time to look at the photos in our gallery of some of last terms activities. The children will enjoy talking about them with you.
Thank you for your continued support
A warm welcome to the new children starting this term. We look forward to getting to know them. This term we will be busy growing our own vegetables. We will be planting peas, radishes,carrots, potatoes, onions,and tomatoes.We will also be growing a variety of herbs for the children to touch and smell.
As part of a topic on lifecycles the children will be observing first hand the process of a caterpillar changing into a butterfly. We hope this will will be an interesting project for everyone.
The children will also be learning about pirates, under the sea,Summer time, the zoo and water for life as part of world water week (7th-11th July).
Please take the time to look at photos in the gallery to see our activities last term. The children will enjoy talking to you about what we did.