Our nursery remains open during the present school closures. Nursery children will attend their sessions in reception class.
Our doors open at 8.45am for all children.
Pick-up time for morning children is 11.30am
Lunch is 11.30-12.15.
Afternoon sessions begin at 12.15pm
Pick-up time for afternoon session is 3.15pm
Our topics change each half term and with the children's interests so please check our school website for further details.
During school closures, home learning packs will be available to download on a fortnight basis from e-schools via our school website. You will need an e-school code to open and access this feature. Please contact the school office if you need to reset your code.
Alternatively, you can call the office if you require a printed learning pack that you can collect from school.
Please ensure that you check all messages on the Marvellous Me app as these as it contains important information and reminders sent directly by Mrs Troublé. If you are unsure of how to download the app or activate your personal MME account, please email the school office so we can give you an activation code.
Our week at Nursery usually includes...
key groups and topic information to support and develop our understanding and learning
exploring our continuous provision both indoors and outdoors,
including a range of context-based, multisensory, vibrant, engaging activities
PE sessions in the hall or outdoors using a range of equipment
story, rhyme, music & movement sessions with Reception
How much is that doggy in the window? Can I have a dog? How will I look after it? It’s time to find out all about pets and how to care for them.
This half term, we’ll learn all about our favourite pets, sharing pictures of our furry friends and listening to our teachers as they show us their pets and tell us how to look after them. We’ll handle them gently and ask lots of questions. At school, we’ll build comfy kennels for small world pets using different materials. Our role play pet shop will keep us busy, as we’ll buy food, toys and other pet supplies for our toy pets. Using our problem-solving skills, we’ll sort pet care items using different criteria. Getting creative, we’ll use stencils to create animal prints. In our Literacy work, we’ll share books, reading animal names and exploring the initial sounds. We’ll take a walk on the wild side when we practise moving like animals. Will we curl up like a cat or run like a dog? Inspired by pictures of amazing animals, we’ll draw the pet we would like and write its name. Using our maths skills, we’ll count the dogs in different sets.