Nursery

Miss Carr, Miss Woods and Mrs Wright (PM)

Welcome to Nursery

We would like to welcome all our amazing children and parents to the wonderful world of nursery.

Welcome to summer term! This term our topic is ‘In the Garden’ and we’re ready to dive into learning (as well as mud) Miss Carr, Miss Woods and Mrs Wright (on an afternoon) are ready to play and learn alongside your children. This half term we are excited to be taking part in ‘Little Dribblers’, football based P.E.session.

We are always ready to work together to learn, grow and play. Engaging in all aspects of play is a vital part of nursery, whether it is imaginary play using fantastic dialogue or baking cakes in the play dough area. These are all opportunities to use your creative minds to develop further.

Messy play is always enjoyed in nursery! It can take place in our nursery room or in the nursery garden when playing in our new mud kitchen. Wherever possible we protect clothing and shoes with wellies and overalls/aprons. However, accidents do still sometimes happen! If you would like to bring in spare clothing for your child please label them and leave them on their peg.

You can work as a group or by yourself to enjoy making your learning journeys, creating memorable friendships, making wonderful memories and reaching for the stars to make your dreams come true.

 

Dental Care

Some of the children in nursery were joined by Anne. She visited the children to show and talk about dental care. Anne brought along her dental resources, and when using these spoke to children about how to keep teeth clean and the techniques to use. Each child was...

Little Dribblers

The children in nursery have started Little Dribblers on a Tuesday PM. They have been working with Jack to learn football skills and understand the use of dribbling with the ball. Each week the children will be playing new games to develop team skills and football...

Gardening Professionals

The children in nursery have been helping Miss Carr and Miss Woods to take care of our nursery garden. They have been helping to plant new flowers using the tools available and have worked together as a team. Also throughout the week the children have been learning...

Down on the Mugger

This week we took an adventure onto the school mugger. We have a lot of energy in nursery and enjoy using physical activity to burn it off. We used play equipment to move around the mugger in different ways.We also explored how we could use the equipment when moving...

Woodland Trust

We have been learning how to look after our environment and part of this was to  plant trees to develop our land on the ‘big field’. We have got trees from the woodland trust and we’re hoping we’ll have even more soon! We worked hard to dig holes and plant the...

Flower Painting

The children have shown an interest in daffodils throughout the week. Some of the children have been collecting the flowers to share with their friends. Miss Woods collected some flowers and shared them with nursery also. These flowers were used as an inspiration...

The Gingerbread Man

As part of our Traditional Tales topic Miss Carr has been reading 'The Gingerbread Man'. The children have been engaged in different activities relating to the story, and as a treat they decorated their own gingerbread men. They chose their own decorations and...

What’s the time Mr Wolf?

We have had a lot of fun playing 'What's the time Mr Wolf?' in nursery this week. Miss Woods pretends she is the big, bad wolf and chases us when it's DINNER...

World Book Day 2017

Nursery thoroughly enjoyed World Book Day this week. All of the children dressed as their favourite book character, and all looked fabulous. The school also held a story breakfast morning. All of the parents/carers were invited to share a story with their child and...

Maths Week

This week in nursery we have been focusing on Maths. We have been looking at different ways to count from 1 to 20. When counting we have been using different actions to match our numbers, and some of the children have been counting out smaller groups of objects from a...

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