Welcome to the Nursery
The Staff in the Nursery class this year are
Miss Priestman, Mrs Bissell, Mrs Edwards and Miss Sheeran.
Welcome to Summer 2
I hope you have had a lovely half term break and are all safe and well. Our main focus for this half term is “The Train Ride” 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 so that we can build upon them.
Please ensure that your child brings a full bottle of water every day. Also as we are hoping to be outside a lot of the time please apply sun cream and provide a sun hat for your child.
Please send in all family observations via evidence me
Every Monday we have lots of outdoor learning so please could you make sure your child has some wellies in school.
As the weather gets cooler please also ensure they have a coat, hat scarf and gloves to wear too.
Miss Priestman and the nursery team
On Friday 19th July Nursery class enjoyed a super seaside day
Everyone had so much fun, recreating a fun filled day beside the sea
We welcome any ideas from you as parents of your child's interests, places they have visited, activities they have enjoyed to build on this within our planning. In the Foundation Stage we use 'Evidence Me' to build up a profile of your child's learning. You as parents can contribute to your child's profile by downloading the 'evidence me' app. You will receive observations and photographs of your child at school and you can also send in photographs and 'wow moments' from home - we love to see them!
Please see the information below on how to use evidence me.
Online Reading Library
Oak National Academy are working with the National Literacy Trust to launch a new online library for pupils. The Virtual School Library hosts free reading and writing content from children’s authors, providing a free-to-access book every week from the platform’s author of the week.
This week’s author is Jacqueline Wilson. A great way to keep children reading at home!
Our class Saint is St George. The children will be asking St George to pray for them.
This day of celebration is Friday 23rd April 2021
Our class texts
Autumn 1 'Brown Bear, Brown Bear
Autumn 2 'We're going on a Bear Hunt'
Spring 1 'Dear Zoo'
Spring 2 'Jasper's Beanstalk'
Summer 1 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar'
Summer 2 'The Train Ride'
Class Diary- trips, assemblies etc.
Please see the school website / calendar for further information.
We will be focusing on Special Celebrations, such as weddings and will refer back to the work on Baptism covered last term.
Using vehicles to paint tracks
Making bridges and vehicles from junk modelling
Moving in different ways
Using instruments to make traffic sounds
Singing transport songs and rhymes
We consider all children’s interest within the Foundation Stage and adapt our teaching and learning to these interests.
Understanding the World
Trains and train tracks
Making bridges and ramps
Comparing cities, towns, countryside and seaside
Different ways to travel
Shape – recognising and naming 2D shapes (introduce 3D where necessary)
Problem solving (practically adding and taking away)
Everyday language of time and money
Story Focus –The Train Ride
Phase 2 Phonics— all initial sounds
Blending and segmenting CVC words e.g. mat, pan, sock
Nursery Rhyme of the week – transport songs and rhymes
Show & Tell
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 or emailed to email@example.com
Please put your child’s name on the back of the photograph
Please listen to your child read at least 3 times a week (school policy) Please record this in the reading diary. Please return books on Mondays and Thursdays by placing in the box by the gate. We will change books when they been returned.
READING EVERY DAY WILL HAVE MOST IMPACT
Being healthy including eating healthy foods
P.E. Skills this ½ term– team games, ball skills
PE is on Tuesday and Friday please come to school in clean PE kits
Please make sure all clothes are clearly labelled.
Please make sure all clothes are clearly labelled.
(no uniform required on these days but could we please ask that the PE kit is washed in between sessions)
We will continue our eurhythmics work, listening and responding to a range of music using gross motor movement all together and taking turns in smaller groups.
This term we will be following the Ten:Ten ‘Life to the Full’ programme for RSE.
We will be focusing on Module 2 and 3. Please log into the parent portal to access Information about the programme your children will be following, access to resources and suggestions for further activities at home. You will need the following login credentials for our school:
Our class target this ½ term is…
I can write my name. (If your child can write their name already ensure all letters are formed correctly and start to recognise and write their surname).
Please encourage this at home. Thank you.
Your Child's Health and Wellbeing
All children are entitled to free NHS dental treatment.
Take your child to the dentist regularly to make sure their teeth are healthy and developing well.
First Week at School
Topic Day, Friday 20th September 2020
On this day the children in Nursery class came to school dressed as 'when I grow up'
Nursery NATIVITY costumes
World Book Day Thursday 4th March