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 Nursery 2017-18

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All the children have now completed their stay and play sessions and I am pleased to say are settling into Nursery well. We have had another positive start to the year and I thank all the parents for their support.

This half term our topic is ‘Ourselves’. The main focus this half term is around Personal, Social and Emotional development, settling the children into Nursery, developing their self esteem and independence. All areas of the curriculum will still be covered. In Literacy the children will be looking at recognising their names and developing their speaking and listening skills, in Mathematics the children will be sorting and recognising shapes in the environment around them. The children will also be naming parts of their bodies and looking at how we grow and what we can do when. There will be opportunities to learn a variety of songs and dance to music during our weekly PE sessions. Each week we will have a weekly focus under the main focus, these may include my pets, my home, my family, celebrations, my likes/dislikes, my body, my senses, growing up, my favourite toys, my favourite foods, my nursery/environment and my friends. Themes have been included due to details given during home visits and may change through observations, reflecting the interests of the children. To inspire the children I will plan for themes, however, these may change due to the children’s interests.

 To help us when we look at our families and growing up if you can send in some pictures of your child’s immediate family and some pictures of your child as a baby and/or toddler this would really be appreciated and aid learning. Unfortunately, I cannot guarantee the return of photographs.

 Nursery’s Tadpoles  Summer Term 2017

Nursery class have been looking after some tadpoles this term. We had to look after them each day. We put them in our fish tank and made sure they had some clean water. We put some plants in to give them oxygen so they could breath. We also had to feed them fish food. WE watched them grow and change slowly over the term and they finally changed into frogs. We were all very excited. We kept them in the tank for a few days and then decided it would be kind to release them into our school pond so they can grow even more.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EYFS Nursery Lunch Club

At Priors Wood we offer a Lunch Club for the Nursery children.

Lunch club is from 11:45- 13:00 and costs £3.50. Lunch is provided by the parents/carers.

Lunch club is a special time where the children will have a familiar home experience sitting together with friends and Early Years practitioners, sharing lunch together and gaining skills to support school readiness and independence. After lunch the children will have the opportunity to engage in free play outside in the learning garden and use the wide variety of resources that are provided.

 

If you are interested in booking your child in for lunch club please complete a form at the school office or ask the morning Nursery class teacher. We do ask that you give 24 hours notice for any bookings please, to guarantee a space. You can also email bookings and changes to existing bookings to nurserylunchclub@priorswood.herts.sch.uk .

 

Registration form for lunch club