Welcome to Nursery!
Nursery staff would like to welcome all new parents/carers and children.
Class Teacher: Mrs Troublé
Key Workers: Miss Stephen & Miss Holberry
Nursery session times
We currently have staggered entry times for all morning children,
so please check your time with the school office
Morning 8.40/8.50/9.00am until 11.30am
Lunch is 11.30-12.15.
Afternoon sessions begin at 12.15pm
Staggered pick-up times, please check at the school office as above
Extra sessions are £12 per session. Please see the office to arrange this.
Our topics change each half term and with the children's interests, so please check the website information and with staff for any other school information.
Please bear with us as we need to update some information regularly.
If you have any queries, please let us know.
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
(please note that Family Rhyme-time will not be on offer whilst social distancing precautions are in place, but there are recorded stories and rhymes on our website for you to share with your child)
If you would like to visit and have a look around our Nursery, please phone the office and book an appointment to come in.
Our Topic this half-term is
'Why do leaves go crispy?'
Crunch, scrunch and rustle. Why do leaves go crispy? What’s inside a conker? Let’s find out all about autumn in this exciting seasonal project.
This half term, we’ll go on an Autumn walk around the school ground to hunt for autumnal treasures.
Back in the classroom, we’ll watch what happens when frozen objects melt. Getting creative, we’ll press leaves into salt dough to make beautiful impressions, and we’ll explore mark-making by rolling conkers and rubbing leaves. Things could get messy in our mud kitchen when we use different tools to dig, mix and pour. We’ll also enjoy making marks in the mud. Our maths skills will help us to count conkers, and we’ll use them to make different numbers. Using sticks, we’ll explore lengths and use the language of size. It will be lovely to curl up in the reading corner to enjoy autumnal stories and poetry. After looking closely at seasonal fruits, adults will help us to prepare them. Working together, we’ll collect fallen leaves and have lots of fun playing with them! Using our senses, we’ll explore conkers and acorns, thinking about why they fall in autumn. At the end of the project, we’ll make a colourful and tasty harvest soup or fruity dessert, and read a book about autumn that will encourage us to reflect on our learning!
Power of Reading
Take a look at the books we will be reading this term to support our learning.
Please look at our photos to see what our children have been learning, discovering, creating and developing during their time in Nursery.
In Nursery, every step is a special achievement. During Covid-19 restrictions, we will be celebrating these achievements with stickers and praise. Please remember to share any special activities you may do out of school, by e-mailing pictures to us to share with your child.