School Closure Learning Support Ideas
To all our children and families, hope you are keeping well and making the most of your family time together. These are unprecedented times, keeping our families safe and healthy are priorities for all of us.
Helping nursery age children at home is not so much about academics, more developing their self-esteem and independence as they prepare for Reception. You can help by developing their independence with everyday activities (such as getting dressed, choosing toys and tidying up), encouraging role play and building stories with their small world toys.
New resources or information will be added here so please keep checking in. Remember if you have any questions you can email us at email@example.com.
Mrs Christaki & Miss Curtis
W/C 20.1.20 This week in Nursery we are continuing to explore our dinosaur theme. We have been making dinosaurs with our hand and foot prints. To celebrate Chinese New Year we have been exploring numbers in Chinese, making dragons and trying different foods at our Chinese party on Friday!
Nursery have been exploring their five senses. During the last two weeks, we have been planting and smelling herbs, listening to various sounds including music and rhythm as well as making mud pies to explore our sense of touch. We have had great fun and these experiences have also enabled us to get to know our learning environment outside of the classroom.
Congratulations to all our nursery children and parents, the children are settled and coming into nursery smiling and ready for the session! Please remember to look at our Parent Noticeboard outside which will be updated with news and recent letters for you.