Nursery

 Welcome to Nursery

We aim to provide a safe and happy environment for all children, offering opportunities to meet the needs of each individual child.

Your child will be learning skills, acquiring new knowledge and understanding through the seven areas of Learning and Development as outlined in the EYFS framework.

Children should mostly develop the three prime areas first.

These are:

  • Personal, Social and Emotional Developmen
  • Physical Development
  • Communication and Language.

These prime areas are those most essential for your child’s healthy development and future learning. As children grow, the prime areas will help them to develop skills in four specific areas.

These are:

  • Literacy
  • Mathematics
  • Understanding the world
  • Expressive arts and design

 

Staff in Nursery

Miss Abbey – Year Leader – Blue Group

Miss Wright – Nursery Nurse – Yellow Group

Mrs Dilworth/Mrs Davies – Nursery Nurses – Red Group

Miss Winbolt – Nursery Nurse – Green Group

Mrs Grochowina – Teaching Assistant
Mrs Purbick – Teaching Assistant

Reminders If your child is absent could parents please write in their child’s white books as well as ringing the school. All children need to have coats, hats, bags and clothes labelled clearly. Could all children please have a named hat and water bottle every day.

Voluntary fund We kindly ask parents to donate £2 a week to our voluntary fund.  This allows us to buy extra resources to help our curriculum.

 

Curriculum

Click here for the latest curriculum overview

 

Nursery Updates

18/01/2019
We have been very busy in the nursery this week learning all about people who help us. We have even been watching Dr Ranj who tells us all  about being in a hospital. The children and their key workers have been talking all about people who help us and even chatting about their favourite superheroes.

Here is our brilliant display in the hall showing our painting of superheroes. Someone even drew a picture of their daddy who is a policeman.
14/12/2018

This week in nursery we had a special visitor. Father Christmas and one of his helpful elves came in to the nursery to read us a story. All the children sat and listened brilliantly and were very excited to see him.

A big thank you to all of the grown-ups who came to watch their children in the Christmas Carols concert on Friday. I’m sure you will agree with me when I say how fantastic they were. I could tell how been they have all busy learning all the songs at home as they all new the words so well.

07/12/2018

This week we made some snow outside. A family of penguins came to live in the garden and we really enjoyed playing with them. 
We were also scientists in the garden mixing different colours to make new ones! We used the pipettes carefully to transfer the liquid.
Don’t forget, next Friday (14th) is our Christmas carol concert. Morning session children will start at 11:15am and all day and afternoon session children will start at 2:30pm down in the nursery.

 

30/11/2018

This week we have been busy making gingerbread biscuits. We hope they were as tasty as they looked! During the breaks in the bad weather we have been wrapping up warm to get out in the garden and have a run around.
On Tuesday, some of the children made a hurdle and were running down the slope and jumping over it with great enthusiasm.

We also took advantage of the windy weather this week and flew a kite in the garden!

Please check your child’s bags this week for Christmas song words which we would be really grateful for you to practise with your children at home. You should also find the date and time for our Christmas Carol Concert.