Welcome to Our Nursery Page!
Our Teacher is Mrs C Barton.
Our Teaching Assistants are Mrs J Hall and Miss E Furniss
We introduce children to Nursery three times a year - September, January and April with children starting Nursery the term following their third birthday.
Morning session 9:00am – 12:00am.
Nursery routine and Curriculum
In the Nursery we offer lots of opportunities to learn through play, including craft, games, messy play, building and small world. The children are also involved in simple Literacy and Numeracy activities which are planned to meet the individual needs of the children.
We provide a stimulating, nurturing environment that allows children to learn valuable social skills such as co-operation and independence. We also place a high emphasis on outside play with a recently developed playground area which the children love! We value the importance of healthy living with a daily healthy snack.
Copies of planning and Topics are displayed in the Nursery and on our class page, so that you can see what your child is doing each half term.
As you can see below, we have had a very busy half term! The children have enjoyed learning about various life cycles! We have had newts, caterpillars and tadpoles in our classroom and have observed the life cycles first hand. Our topic next half term will begin by learning about space! For more information, please view the half term planning above.
Have a great half term holiday! We are back on Tuesday 5th June ( Monday is an INSET day).
The Nursery sports day will hopefully take place on Thursday 21st June (weather permitting), more information to follow.
Thank you for your support!
Welcome back! This half term our topic will be life cycles. We have started by completing activities about the life cycle of a frog. This will move on to the life cycle of a butterfly. We will be observing this life cycle first hand! Our caterpillars have arrived in our classroom ; we will watch them grow and change (hopefully by the end of the half term!). Lastly we will learn about what plants need to grow. For further information please view the half term plans above.