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Welcome to Nursery - Oak Class!

Spring Term 2017/2018

What a busy term we have had! The children have enjoyed two different topics this term 'Who Helps Me?' and 'What Can We Learn From Sticks And Stones?'

In our first topic the children enjoyed thinking about the different people who help us. They also enjoyed comparing these people to the different Paw Patrol characters and inventing a new member of Paw Patrol! The topic was finished with a 'hands on' session led by a nurse. It was great fun!

During our second topic we based a lot of our work on different stories - 'Stone Soup' and 'The Three Little Pigs'. The children also enjoyed collecting, drawing with, getting creative with and building with sticks! Making nests was a particular favourite! 

We ended our busy term with an Easter themed 'Stay and Play' session and a very enjoyable trip to the farm!

Autumn 1 2017/2018

Our new Nursery children are settling into Nursery and the routines involved really well! They are taking the time to get to know each other and the Nursery staff. We have enjoyed finding out about  each other, our families and our likes and dislikes. More recently we have been 'shape detectives' finding common 2D shapes in our indoor and outdoor environment.

Within Early Years we are working hard this year to improve Maths. Take a look below at some of the ways you can support your child's mathematical development in Nursery.

Ways You Can Support Your Child's Mathematical Development

In Nursery we promote involving parents/carers in their child's learning. One of the ways we do this is through our stay and play sessions. Take a look at some of the feedback we have had below.

Stay and Play Feedback

The Early Years Noticeboard Bulletin keeps parents/carers of children in Nursery and Reception up to date with everything that is going on within their child's class. Below you will find current and past issues of our bulletin.

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