We currently have places still available for children looking to start nursery for this year, with numerous options for times and days. We also have places for children eligible to 30 hours.
We are also able to offer additional sessions for both new and existing nursery pupils. Parents may wish purchase extra sessions or stay later from 2:30pm to 3:15pm.
For more information about new placements or additional sessions, please see the relevant letters (right-hand side of this page), speak to a member of the nursery team or contact the office.
Welcome to the new children and parents. We are very pleased with how well the children have settled in
Please make sure your child has their water bottle in school and that it is refilled at the beginning of each session. New water bottles can be purchased on ParentPay.
For information about free school milk, please click here.
As we are already half way through our school year there will not be enough time to ensure all children will be able to take Nursery Bear home.
Therefore, children who started in January 2020 will wait until next academic year to have the chance to take Nursery Bear home.
Please continue to look at the posters on the ‘Parents Notice Board’ to see what the children will be learning each week. This can provide ideas of what you can do at home.
We will be exploring the following books: The Gingerbread Man, Chapatti Moon and Goldilocks and the Three Bears. By listening to these stories often, the children will be developing their ability to recall the main events and characters and to also think of a different ending to the stories. We will also encourage the children to play using the small world toy characters and to role play with the dress up clothes.
We will be playing games every day to support the children’s ability to recognise numbers 0-10. We will be exploring the Numicon shapes and recognising their number value by sight as this will support the children when they enter Reception.
We will be exploring rhyming words and playing games to develop the children’s ability to hear initial sounds in words. During rhyme time we will also introduce the letter sounds. Next week we will be sending a letter home explaining this in more detail.
We are all very excited as this is when the Happy Chick Company will be delivering the eggs and equipment so we can observe the chicks hatching. Look out for the text with the live link so you can observe the chicks hatching at home.
Everyone will be accessing P.E. from Wednesday 11th March. This half term the children will be moving in different ways such as: skipping, jumping, slithering or rolling as well developing their ball skills such as rolling and catching. Please ensure your child wears their PE kit with long hair tied back where necessary (no bows or trainers).
Thank you to everyone who has brought in their Family Homework the children really enjoyed talking about how they made their pictures and models of buildings in the community.
Just a reminder, snack is 50p a week, which we will collect per half term. The total for this half term is £3.00.