Welcome to Nursery
It’s good to be in Nursery because we have lots of fun…………..
“Playing in the water”
“Doing drawing and writing”
“Playing with our friends”
“Being doctors and knights”
“Making things in the sand”
Online and Remote Learning – Seesaw Class App
All nursery children now have access to online learning via our Class Seesaw App and Minimash. The Class Seesaw app is a great way to stay connected to each other, everyday the class teacher will upload assigned activities, videos or useful weblinks to keep your child engaged and accessing EYFS curriculum.
Please use the link below to get your child set up on Seesaw. If you don’t have an access code please email Miss Goulbourn: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our School Day
Monday – 8:45am – 3:15pm
Tuesday – 8:45am- 11:45am
Wednesday – 8:45am – 3:15pm
Thursday – 8:45 – 11:45am
Friday – 8:45 – 11:45am
- If you’re eligible for free 30 hours education your child will stay until 3:15pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Your child may stay for lunch on Friday but will need to be collected by 12:45pm as provision is closed.
Fairy Glen Bubble
Monday – closed
Tuesday – 9:15am – 2:45pm
Wednesday – 9:15am – 2:45pm
Thursday – 9:15am – 2:45pm
Friday – Closed
Miss Goulbourn – Class Teacher
Mrs Davison – Teaching Assistant
Fairy Glen Bubble
Miss Bailey – Class Teacher
Mrs Hegarty – Teaching Assistant
Mrs Williams – Head of Early Years
Mrs Rimmer – Headteacher
Whilst school uniform is not compulsory for Nursery lots of children choose to wear school uniform.
- Sun hat
- White polo shirt
- Maroon sweatshirt
- Jumper or cardigan
- Dark sensible shoes – Velcro only (no laces)
- Wellington boots
If your child chooses to not wear uniform, they need suitable clothing for school and a change of clothes brought with them each day. Children play outside in all weathers so please ensure they have suitable coat and footwear.
Due to Covid-19 children need to come into school in a clean set of clothing each day.
All About Money!
Throughout the week children will enjoy a range of healthy snacks including, brioche, crumpets, toast, yoghurt, biscuits cereal, milk and a piece of fruit. The charge for this is £1 per week.
If your child is staying in nursery all day, you can provide them with a packed lunch or school will offer them a free school meal. If they are leaving at 11:45 they will not be provided with a lunch for that day.
During the school year class outings are organised in connection with our ‘Topics’. You will then be asked to make ‘voluntary’ contributions towards their cost.
Throughout the year children are also encouraged to think of others and help by sometimes donating money for worthy causes such as Sports Relief, Red Nose day and other worthwhile local charities.
Children will engage in lots of messy play activities, this is all part of their learning journey and they will go home very messy. Please can you provide a full set of spare clothes so we can change your child if needed. Ensure they have their names in.
Each morning we will set our classroom up ready for your child to engage in a range of fine motor activities, this helps develop children’s writing skills and gets them ready to hold a pencil correctly.
Nursery will not be taught P.E by our P.E coach due to current Covid-19 regulations. Physical development will be incorporated into our daily activities and children will access outdoor areas during continuous provision to develop their gross motor skills.
If your child is fully toilet trained, don’t worry if they have an odd accident from time to time. Sometimes they are engrossed in their play and leave it too late! Please provide your children with a full change of clothing so we can ensure they are clean and dry throughout the day.
If you are currently toilet training your child, we can work closely with you and encourage them to use the big toilet at school.
We encourage all children to read at home with their families. At the beginning of each week children will be able to take a story book home to share at home over the week.
- New Beginnings – Spring 2 2021
- The Gingerbread Man – Spring 1 2021
- How to Catch a Star – Autumn 2 2020
- Stanleys Stick – Autumn 1 2020
For computing activities please click below for your children to visit ‘Mini Mash’