Welcome to Term 2.
We have been very proud of your children—they have settled in well to routines and are listening very carefully to the adults that they work with. This term we will explore the outdoor classroom more—please bring in a spare pair of wellies if you are worried about muddy shoes and all children should now be bringing in a coat as the weather gets cooler. Later this term we will create a Nativity and have some Christmas activities. We are here to help you so don’t hesitate to call if you have any worries or concerns. – From our Nursery Team. x
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The adults in our class this term are:
Monday: Barb, Sally and Louise, Maria
Tuesday: Barb, Sam Stephanie, Maria
Wednesday: Barb, Sam Stephanie, Maria, Trish
Thursday: Sally, Sam, Stephanie, Kat, Trish, Maria
Friday: Sally, Sam, Stephanie, Trish, Maria
We will be playing weekly in the wooded area and encouraging the children to notice the changes in Autumn and winter You could support your child by taking to them about the changing leaves and the different colours that they can see or perhaps encouraging your child to notice the weather every day. A nice activity could be to make an autumn leaf picture.
Dates for the Diary
16/11/2020—27/11.2020 – Parent reviews
23/11/2020—Nursery Nativity practice and singing—further information will be sent out.
18/12/2020—INSET Day and then Christmas holidays
Termly Curriculum Letters
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We have asked that all Nursery children bring in a packed lunch until further notice. Please ensure it is 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!