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Nursery

Welcome to Nursery's class page

In Nursery we follow the Early Years curriculum which is split into the seven areas of learning:

  • Communication and language
  • Physical development
  • Personal, social and emotional development
  • Literacy
  • Mathematics
  • Understanding the World
  • Expressive art and design

The children learn through adult led and child initiated activities, which develop key learning skills and provide new experiences in a stimulating environment.

Homework

We encourage children to take part in the Early Years challenge of the week which is displayed in the Early Years foyer. 

 

Later in the year children will come home with a name writing book to practise writing their full name.   

PE

Nursery's PE day is a Wednesday.

What we have been up to

Next term our topic is called 'Can I have a dog?' Our memorable experience will entail a friendly dog coming to visit us in class. We will be exploring pets, wild animals, extinct creatures and various other animals throughout the term.

Have a lovely break and we look forward to seeing you in November.smiley

Nursery have been making their own class scarecrows to celebrate Autumn and Harvest. Can you guess who we are?

Nursery have been making their own class scarecrows to celebrate Autumn and Harvest.
Nursery have been getting creative to make a beautiful handprint friendship flower and use their fingerprints to produce a lovely rainbow. 

Friendship

Love Monster

Next week we will be focusing on the story 'Love Monster' by Rachel Bright.  The children will be talking about who they love and why and creating their own love monsters.

Next week (WB 12.10.20) Nursery will be learning about Mary Seacole as part of Black History.  We will have a nurses role play area for the children to learn about what Mary Seacole did and they will be painting a picture of her.  

 

Our story focus for the week will be 'What if we were all the same' by C.M. Harris

Next week (WB 19.10.20) Nursery will be learning about Harvest.  We will be reading the story 'The Scarecrows Wedding' by Julia Donaldson.  We will also be having a competition with Reception to see which class can make the best scarecrow, we are sure Nursery will win!
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