The children have settled back in to Nursery after the half term holiday and have already been very busy!
They celebrated Bonfire Night by doing a collaborative firework picture using a splatter paint technique and made individual pictures by rolling a marble across a piece of paper.
We learnt about Remembrance Day and made poppies to remember the Soldiers. We also used loose parts to create poppy art work and painted some fantastic poppies.
Welcome to Nursery!
The children have got off to a flying start in Nursery and I am really pleased at how well they have settled into their new environment. The children benefit from having access to a range of resources daily in Nursery including water and sand play, outdoors activities, mark making, art and craft, construction, role play and playdoh. They will also have the opportunity to be involved in a range of weekly activities including baking, sport and games, music sessions, circle time, technology and messy play. We will be helping the children to grow friendships in Nursery and will be talking about their health and self care. The children will also learn some letters sounds and will develop their ideas about shape and number.
Our topic this half term is 'One in a Million' with the focus being on learning lots about the children, their interests and what makes them special. We have already learnt a lot about the children in Nursery and look forward to learning much more!
Nursery Class of 2016/2017
The children in Nursery have had a fantastic year!
We started the year reading the Owl Babies and got the oppurtunity to meet some real owls.
Over the past twelve months we have explored space and visited the moon, helped Super worm with his challenges and been on a magical mystery tour.
The Nursery has been involved in the SEMH project that promotes and encourages collaborative play. This has helped develop the children speech and language development, their social development and how they manage their own feelings and behaviour.
The older Nursery children are very excited about moving up to Reception.
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