Welcome to Summer 1
We hope you have all had a lovely Easter and are all keeping safe and well. Our main focus for this half term is “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” However, as always we will use the children's interests as the starting point for our planning and activities. We would also like to welcome any ideas from you as parents of your child's interests and activities they have done that we can build upon these.
Please remember our voluntary toy fund is 50p a week or £2.50 for this half term.
Please send in all family observations via evidence me
Thank you for your continued support.
Miss Priestman, Miss Wallace, Mrs Peart and Miss Sheeran
Our class Saint is St Mary Mother of God.
Our class Saint is St Mary.
We will continue to ask Mary to pray for us and look after our families
Understanding the World
Please listen to your child read at least 3 times a week (school policy)
READING EVERY DAY WILL HAVE MOST IMPACT
Please make sure PE kits are in school and clothes are clearly labelled with your child’s name.
This term we will be focusing on Dreams and Goals.
We will think about what a challenge is and what we can do to overcome these challenges. We will also think about what we might like to do when we are older.
Please continue to complete "Magic Moments" when you feel that your child has learnt anything new as this will allow us to provide next steps in their learning. These can be submitted via evidence me.
Our class target this ½ term is…
I can get myself dressed and undressed.
Please encourage this at home
Class Diary- trips, assemblies etc.
10/5/22 Trip to Tunstall Park
6/5/22 Nursery celebration assembly 2.30 pm
Please see the school website / calendar for further information.
The children had a great morning finding the biggest tree and the biggest branch. We compared the branches to find out who had found the biggest branch. The children then had great fun running, and rolling, down the bank! We saw lots on our Muddy Monday walk, we even saw a kestrel! In the afternoon the children had fun to see who could blow the biggest bubble.
The children in the nursery class had a wonderful time exploring the snow. The sledge was a great hit with everyone!
Visit to Lower Drayton Farm to see Santa
On Tuesday 30th November all of the children in the Foundation Stage went to visit Santa. We had a super busy day - seeing Santa, playing in the snow, visiting the farm animals and playing in the soft play area.
Christmas Lunch 2021
On Tuesday 14th December, the Nursery class enjoyed their first of many St Marys Christmas Dinners
Ho Ho Ho....!