Nursery Assistant: Charlotte Seaman
We are a high quality nursery provision for 3-4 year olds. On our webpage you will find lots of useful information about the nursery and images displaying the children's interests, great achievements in their learning and development.
|Your child is born between:||They are eligible to start for free from:|
|1st August and 31st December 2014||September 2017|
|1st January and 31st March 2015||January 2018|
|31st March 31st July 2015||April 2018|
Term 3- The Three Billy Goats Gruff.
Also this term we have been learning to tell this story using Talk 4 Writing with actions and text mapping. Other activities linked to this story included retelling and talking about what is happening in the pictures in the story and sharing stones for bridge building between the goats in our maths challenge.
Term 3- The Gruffalo.
This term we are learning the story The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson. We have been role playing the events of the story with small world toys and masks. We have also made scrambled snakes and prickly Gruffalo models. Shortly, we will be making a text map with Talk 4 Writing actions and having a go at making our own.
We have been very keen to create our own ice cream shop with the play dough the children have been very creative and resourceful in making their ice cream cones and smoothies.
At Forest School we have been revisiting some games that we have played before like 1,2,3, where are you? a hide and seek game and we have made toasted marshmallows and hot chocolate with our friends.
Term 1 All about me, My family and Birthdays.
Over the last few weeks we have been talking about and listening to each other talking about themselves and their families. We will shortly be looking at photos of our family to share with our friends. This coming week we will be looking at birthdays and what we know about this celebration from having our own birthdays. We will also be exploring our Birthday Talk Box.
These are the development matters learning points we will working hard on achieving:
· Begin to show and express own preferences and interests
· Begin to show understanding and cooperates with some boundaries and routines.
· Develop and extend our shoulder and elbow pivot.
· Begin to be independent in self-care, but still often needs support
· Use language as a powerful means of sharing feelings, thoughts and experiences.