Welcome to the class pages for Nursery. We use these pages to share news and pictures of our time in Nursery.
The teaching assistants in Nursery are Mrs Jo Poppy, Monday to Friday and Mrs Coral Cooper who works on a Friday. Mrs Gothamee Abbeyrathne joins us every day over the lunchtime period. Mrs Haskins comes into Nursery on a Thursday morning to cover Mrs Weaving's planning time.
All the children have a water bottle which should come into Nursery on the days they attend. (just plain water please) We will send it home with them at the end of the day and will always refill it during the day if required.
It is very helpful if all clothes are named and if spare clothes for your child are available in their bags. Most children prefer their own clothes to change into if they get wet during play. We value the outdoor environment and spend time outdoors everyday.
Please send your children with coats, hat and gloves in the cold weather and a sun hat during the warmer months. Please could we remind parents and carers that children should have sun-cream applied before they come to Nursery in warmer weather.
We offer children an opportunity to borrow a book from our Nursery library to take home and share with their family or carers. All children will be able to change their book on a weekly basis.
The Nursery Class use the school hall for fun, active sessions on a weekly basis and have a music session every Tuesday morning.
We try to add the photographs from our activities the children have chosen to put on our board every week - click on the "Weekly Photographs" below to open them.
Welcome to the start of a new term. Over the next few weeks we will be reading lots of stories that start 'Once upon a time'. Our exploring of traditional stories will include The Three Little Pigs, Three Billy Goats Gruff and The Little Red Hen. We will be baking 'Pasty Pigs', building bridges and castles and having a puppet show. We hope with the onset of Spring that we will be able to start to get our garden areas ready and plant some seeds. The children have already started to talk about what they would like to grow.