Nursery: 3-4 Year Olds

Welcome to Nursery!

Welcome back to familiar faces and a warm welcome to children and parents who are new to Sea Mills Nursery. We hope that you and your child will have a fantastic start to the year and that they will settle confidently. The settling period for new children will last a couple of weeks and children who are already in Nursery will start back the week beginning Monday 9th September doing their usual hours. If you are unsure of your child’s transition timetable, please ask a member of staff. 

Settling into a new Nursery setting, and returning to a familiar one can be difficult and exciting at the same time. Please support your child by talking about the new routines before and while they are settling and understand that what is easy today may be difficult tomorrow, and vice versa. 

If you would like to find out more about schemas, please visit the following websites:

www.eureka.org.uk/schemas

www.rainbow-nursery.info/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/schemas.pdf

Home Learning

Read lots of books! Reading to your child is a great way for them to develop language, listening and attention skills.
If your child isn’t toilet trained yet, keep working on it and don’t give up!

The adults in our class this term are:

Monday – Jennie, Barb and Sam

Tuesday and Wednesday – Louise, Barb and Sam

Thursday and Friday – Louise, Sally and Sam

Dates for the Diary

17th Sept: Speech and Language drop in at Long Cross Children’s Centre 11.30-1.00
27th Sept: Macmillan Coffee Morning (in school hall) October: Diversity Month
21st October: Individual school photographs
25th October: Last day of term

Termly Curriculum Letters

Please download and print as required.

2019-20 T1 YN3 Medium Term Plan

2019-20 T1 YN3 Newsletter

Messages

Just a quick reminder to our families.

  • Please bring your children on time.
  • After helping the children to self register, please bring them to their Key Worker corners where you can join them to share in the learning activities.
  • The more regularly your child attends, the more we can help support their development.
  • Remember to log in to your child’s Interactive Learning Diary.  These are made with lots of love and attention.  Your child would be so proud to share their learning experiences with you at home. We welcome you to put on your own photographs and learning experiences too.  Thank you for all of you who do this regularly already.

Look at what we have been doing!