Welcome to our Nursery class page.
We have had a very busy first half term settling into the new routines in our Nursery Classroom.
We also enjoyed our first trip - a walk to the postbox, our first family learning session, and playing with pumpkins as we learnt about Autumn!
Let's hope that the rest of the Autumn term is as exciting.
Ms Munro, Mrs Roberts and Mrs Shew.
Meet the Teacher Meeting
Curriculum Map - Autumn
’50 Things to do before you’re five’
There is a brand new app for families in Hertfordshire! It’s called ’50 Things to do before you’re five‘, it’s intention is to improve outcomes for our younger children. It’s full of ideas for activities and experiences that can be accessible for everyone that encourage communication and language, being active and trying new things. Many experiences are outdoors and open ended so the whole family can take part!
How many experiences and memories can you tick off?
A message for any nursery families that are coming to us or staying with us in September.
We look forward to welcoming children and families in September. Some children may be excited, and some may feel daunted, I’m sure many of you parents feel a little apprehensive and we all have a mixture of feelings.
I have attached a pdf story of a child starting school for you to share with your child. This will enable you to introduce the idea of going to nursery or school and possibly staying all day. This will help all children especially those that will be full time in September. Read the story and talk about it with your child. Doing this several times every now and again will help your child understand some of the experiences that will be ahead for them and help them cope emotionally for what could possibly be a challenge. It will be ‘welcome back’ to those families we know and for those that are new, we are looking forward to meeting you and beginning the process of getting to know you.
Georgina Wilson, Early Years Lead