* Welcome to Nursery *
We hope you all had a fabulous Christmas and New Year and a well deserved rest.
A huge thank you for your generous gifts, cards and well wishes.
This term we welcome even more new children.
The children joining us this term will stay with us for 18 months. Please bear with us as we settle in!
Our topic this half term - Who lives happily ever after?
This half term we will be exploring a number of traditional tales and fairytales. We will learn to join in and repeat simple phrases from the stories and begin to retell familiar stories using play.
We will also continue to observe changes in weather and the environment around us. We will take a closer look at ice and water in our exploratory play and begin to identify and discuss freezing and melting.
We will begin to build and develop relationships with one another and work and play together developing our listening and sharing skills.
We will sing new and familiar nursery rhymes and begin to retell simple stories.
We will recite and begin to recognise numbers to 5 and explore the world around us through our senses.
We will identify and name 3 and 4 sided shapes and use these within our play.
We will also explore the 5 key concepts of prints.
If you are one of our January starters we ask if you could please send your child in with a photograph of their family or post this to tapestry. Thank you in advance.
'Tapestry is an online journal to help record all the learning and fun of children's early years education.'
Please download the Tapestry app and make sure you have registered to receive updates on your child's progress. All parents will be provided with a log in and password to access their child's profile. Please do not hesitate to ask for support with this,
Our door is always open and we are always happy to meet, chat and listen to parents.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you need any help or support.
*We look forward to getting to know you all! *
Mrs Partridge, Mrs Jawnyj,
Mrs Petrie and Mrs McDermott
Please find our class newsletter for this half term below
Please find annual planning below
"Reading is a passport to countless adventures."
Mary Pope Osborne
How many of our top reads will you share as a bedtime story this year?
Please find some helpful website links below in regards to learning at home. There are lots of great ideas to keep you and your family busy.