Welcome to Nursery
Ms T Russell (Maternity cover teacher)
Miss C Riley (Teaching Assistant)
Miss A Brown (Teaching Assistant)
Mrs. S. Meath (Teaching assisstant)
Mrs. J. Mottram (Teaching Assisstant)
Nursery Class has adopted the Gospel value & virtue of 'happiness' and 'beauty'.
Happiness - Ephesians 6:2-3
The commandment that ends with a promise is: Honour your father and your mother so that you may live a happy life.
St. Paul reminds us, in his letter to the Ephesians, that those who honour their father and their mother will have a happy life.
Beauty - Psalm 8:3-4
When I look up at the heavens, the moon and the stars you set firm - what are we that you think of us: we are so small, yet you care for us.
Think about the world around us. Notice the beauty of the trees and the flowers, of all the different people and animals. Look up at the sky and the clouds: the sun in the daytime and the moon and stars at night.
Nursery Class have adopted the British Value of 'Friendship'.
Throughout the Nursery year, we will be learning to become good friends.
Our topic this half term is 'Ourselves'as we enjoy getting to know each other and settle into our nursery and become familiar with our new routines. We will be talking about the things we love, our families and our experiences. Autumn will help us discuss colours and animals that hibernate.
We love books and hope you will love sharing books at home with your child.
When sharing a book look at the front cover and discuss -what is the title, what do you think it is going to be about, who is the author?
As you share the book encourage your child to turn the pages and talk together about what you see and what is happening using the pictures as prompts.
Reading and sharing books will help your child's learning and developmant as well as building strong foundations for later reading and writing.
I will put the books we are sharing each week on the class dojo with links.
We loved the story of the 3 bears but some children wanted to know what porridge was so we counted scoops for different sized bowls and then we tasted it! Some of us loved it and ate it all up just like goldilocks.