Welcome to Nursery

This term we will be exploring our new environment and forming positive relationships with both the adults and the children. Throughout the term we will be following the children’s interests and will be using these interests to challenge and extend their learning. We will also be focussing on self-help skills and learning how to make our own snack, fasten our own coats and go to the toilet independently.

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Miss A Bootle, Class Teacher


Class Teachers

Nursery class teacher


  • Miss A Bootle

Nursery teaching assistants


  • Miss E Otway - Level 3 Teaching Assistant
  • Miss S Ashcroft - Level 2 Teaching Assistant
  • Miss S McGovern - Level 2 Teaching Assistant 1:1

Extra Information

Session Times

  • AM - 08:45 - 11:45
  • PM - 12:15 - 15:15

Reminders

  • Snack is £1.50 a week
  • Children need a small drawstring bag with spare clothes in case they need to be changed

Letters & Sounds

We will begin letters and sounds sessions during the first half term. Throughout these sessions they will develop an understanding of rhythm, rhyme and alliteration. This will also help to develop their listening and attention skills.

Maths Focus

Maths will take place in all the areas of the classroom and the children will be encouraged to develop their maths skills through daily interactions with adults.

Special Events:

Week commencing 13th November – Nursery Rhyme Week - Nursery rhymes play an important role in early childhood by helping children master key skills such as language and communication and social, physical and emotional skills.

Physical Fortnight- 2nd October- a 2 week physical development enhancement to help develop and extend the children’s physical skills.

Christmas sing and sign- date to be confirmed- children will be show casing the songs and signs they have been learning with Funbox Jo.

Diwali week- Week commencing 16th October

Halloween and bonfire night theme week- Week commencing 30th October.

Stay and Play Sessions will start after the first half term once the children have settled in.


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