Nursery 2019 - 2020
Welcome to our Nursery class web page.
Our class teacher is Miss Iveson.
Our teaching assistants are Mrs Hanson, Miss Lawler and Miss Murphy.
We love to learn through play in Nursery. Our topics are child led and we encourage the children to tell us what they want to learn about. The best learning happens when we are engaged and interested. We look forward to seeing where the learning will take us each day!
On this page we will share some of the children's learning experiences and recent news.
We look forward to a happy and fulfilling academic year.
This term we are reading the story 'Shark in the Park' by Nick Sharratt.
The children will have lots of learning opportunities that link to this book. We will be talking about our local area and parks, where the children will draw their own parks and talk about their experiences.
We will make our own telescopes in Nursery and just like Timothy Pope in the story, use them in the Gift Garden to find out what we can see! Using these telescopes will help the children re-tell the story and anticipate the key events in the book. They will then start to create their own stories and think of their ideas on what they might see when looking through a telescope.
Alongside this, the children will get creative in making sharks with paint, play dough and junk modelling. They will continue to practice their counting and start to learn positional language when using the telescopes.
Please continue to read this story to your children at home. Also, follow the link below to listen to the story...
We have been busy reading the story and using our telescopes to help us...
EExAT is the assessment system we use across our Early years provision. We collect observations of pivotal learning moments on your children and use these to assess where your child is up to and to assess what their next steps are to ensure they are making progress.
You were all given your unique code to access this at home. If you do not have it or have lost it, do not hesitate to ask me.
Log in, have a look at your child's learning and make a comment! I would also love to see all their fabulous learning at home, whatever that may be! It doesn't have to be reading, writing or maths!
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