We would like to welcome all our children back after the Easter holidays. We hope you had a restful and fun break. We are looking forward to having some fun this term, we have lots of exciting things planned for the lead up to summer!
Below is the parent forcast for you to have a look at the things we are going to be learning in school.
Hello everyone! I hope you all had a lovely Christmas. It's that time again to go back to home learning. Below is a home learning menu to keep you all busy as we start to roll out the home learning again. I have set some work on 'Purple Mash' for you to complete, and will be in touch soon to talk to you about the home learning. As before we would love it if you could post photos and videos of you completing the work onto 'Evidence Me'. Any questions please email me through 'Purple Mash'.
I can't wait to see all the fun activities you get up to at home.
We have set up a new platform for remote learning called Class Dojo. Below is a letter explaining how we are going to use it. Lots of you have set it up already and using it and it is great to see.
Nursery Christmas Class Photo
Reading in Seedling Class
You might have seen the email I've sent to you through Purple Mash about reading at home. We are trying to encourage children to share reading at home with their grown-ups and siblings. The early stages of reading with our children will be retelling stories they have heard. Children will often want stories they love to be read to them over and over again, this helps them to be able to retell the story without actually being able to read the words. We want children to enjoy stories because this will support them in enjoying reading independently when they move to that stage of their reading journey. I would love it if you could email me through Purple Mash when your child has listen to a story on Oxford Owls. Below are documents you might find useful when reading stories together with your child. I look forward to hearing some of the stories you have shared together.
Work for isolating children
Please see below a home learning menu to keep your children busy while learning at home. There is also work set on 'Purple Mash'. I have sent you an email on 'Purple Mash' explainig what I would like the children to do. Please email me with any questions or ring school.
Friday 27th November was 'Fun Friday' in school. Here are some of the fun things the children in nursery got up to!
Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree
We are learning the words to the song 'Christmas Tree, Oh Christmas Tree'. Below is the link for you to practise at home. We have also asked you to send us pictures of the nursery children stood next to their Christmas tree at home through 'Evidence Me' or the email system on 'Purple Mash'.
Here We Are!
We’ve been reading a story called “Here We Are”. The children really enjoyed the space part of the story so chose to learn about planets. The children painted paper plate planets choosing which was their favorite planet and talking about the colours they needed. We then decorated rockets and glued our faces on making it look like they were the astronauts flying through space. Finally as a whole class we used paper mache to cover balloons and paint them like all the planets.
In nursery we have been learning about the season autumn. We went on an autumn walk and talked about what has happened to the leaves on the trees. The children noticed the leaves falling off the trees and that the leaves were changing colour. They told me that the leaves were red, orange, yellow and brown. We went back to nursery and the children painted these beautiful trees.
Children In Need celebrations at home
We hope you’re all having fun at home and doing something exciting for Children In Need. We can’t wait to see the photos of what you get up too!
Stories with Miss Jones
Stories with Miss Harrison
Our Nursery Environment
Here are some pictures of what our nursery classroom looks like inside and outside. Our role play does change every few weeks to match our topic or an important celebration. There are lots of arts and craft activities for you to do, and we often change the small world toys for the children to play with.
The adults you will meet in nursery are;
Miss Jones- Nursery Teacher
Miss Harrison- LSA
Mrs Mitchell- LSA- Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
Miss Clifford- LSA- Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Welcome to Nursery!
In nursery we start off by learning to do good listening and good sitting. We are learning how to follow the instructions and routines of nursery. The grown-ups in nursery are, Miss Jones, Mrs Mitchell, Miss Harrison, Miss Clifford and Mrs Bennett.
In a morning parent sharing runs from 8:40am until 8:50am. In an afternoon parent sharing runs from 12:25pm until 12:35pm.
Monday Normal Parent Sharing Normal Parent Sharing
Tuesday Writing our names Counting and number recognition
Wednesday Sharing Stories Sharing Stories
Thursday Counting and number recognition Writing our names
Friday Normal Parent Sharing Normal Parent Sharing
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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