Welcome to Nursery!
Welcome back after the half term holiday. The nights are drawing in and the weather is becoming more wintry. Please make sure your child is wrapped up nice and warm as the temperature drops. We are excited about noticing the changing of the seasons and will be doing some local are walks in the next few weeks. Please let us know if you can help out.
If you would like to find out more about schemas, please visit the following websites:
Read lots of books! Reading to your child is a great way for them to develop language, listening and attention skills.
Sing lots of nursery rhymes—there are lots of CDs available and youtube is also a good place to find them.
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
Odd Sock Day: Tues 12th Nov
Pyjama Day for Children in Need: Weds 13th Nov
Children in Need: Fri 15th Nov
Local walk: TBC
Library trip: TBC
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.
If you are providing a packed lunch for your child, please ensure it is a healthy, balanced and varied. Please see below some information on the range of healthy foods to provide and remember that NUTS are NOT ALLOWED, chocolate bars are not allowed, grapes need to be cut in half and there should only be one sugary snack. Please take the time to check the sugar content of yogurt drinks and snacks as it is very easy for your child to be consuming more than their daily intake of sugar without you realising. As a rule of thumb, foods that are unprocessed and fresh contain less sugar and artificial colours and flavours.
Look at what we have been doing!