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Welcome to Nursery

The Nursery Team are:


Nursery Teacher: Miss C Forster

Teaching Assistants:  Mrs P Park, Miss N Reed, Mrs T Scott

Let's Meet Our Nursery Children

September 2020

Welcome back to a brand new year in Nursery, and a very special welcome to all of our new Nursery starters and their parents and carers. 

Although some things are a little different this year, we have still planned lots of new and exciting experiences for the children to enjoy, we will be helping them to learn many new things and having lots of fun! So, we are really looking forward to the year ahead, with hopefully as little disruption as possible. But, most importantly, we hope that everyone stays safe and healthy.

If you have any concerns or questions about any aspect of Nursery, please come and speak to a member of the team. We really want to resolve any issues as quickly as possible and can always make time for a quick chat or we can make an appointment to discuss things in more depth.

We look forward to working with you all.




Our topic for the Autumn Term is:

God Bless Me and My Family

During this topic, we will talk to the children about their family and help them to understand how important they are. Every two weeks, we will focus on a different traditional tale; we will talk about particular family members and carry out various activities related to the story.

The children will also learn what makes them unique. For example, we will look at our thumb and finger prints through a magnifying glass and the children will make pictures using fingerprints and handprints.  After half term, we will focus on our body parts and our senses.

Throughout the term, the children will be making and tasting some delicious food and we will be visiting our Forest Schools area regularly and carrying out a range of activities related to the forest and our topics. 


We will also be learning about Autumn and Harvest.

Settling In

The children in Nursery love to take part in ring games. Our favourites are: The Farmer's in his Den, Here we go Looby Loo and There was a Princess Long Ago. 


The children really enjoyed their first visit to the forest this year. We reminded them of this week's topic story: 'Goldilocks and the Three Bears' which was set in a forest, and thought about what the bears might have seen on their walk. Then we explored the forest - looking for bugs, picking up branches, blowing away the seeds on dandelion clocks and climbing trees. The children all chose an item of forest 'treasure' to show their friends, and we finished with a cup of yummy hot chocolate and a biscuit.


This week, our topic story is ‘Goldilocks and the Three Bears’. We took the children to our forest schools area and read the story. Then, the children went on the hunt for pictures from the story. They had to collect pictures of each of the three bears and Goldilocks, putting each one in their bag. 

We went back to the Fire Circle to check that we had collected all four pictures, then the children enjoyed some time playing in and exploring the forest before having our yummy hot chocolate and a biscuit.

The children loved our forest hunt and were very excited to find all of the pictures.


In Nursery, the children listened to a poem called, 'Out And About', which was about a girl who went for a walk on a windy day with her dog and waving a stick ribbon streamer.

Then, we went to our Forest Schools area and the children looked for a stick which we tied a ribbon to, to make our own stick ribbon streamers.

The children loved waving these around the forest. 

Making Ham Sandwiches

We read the story 'The Three Little Pigs'.

We talked about where ham comes from and the children made ham sandwiches. They were yummy! 

Sponsored Obstacle Course

On Wednesday, 14th October, the children in Nursery took part in a Sponsored Obstacle Course in the school hall. We were hoping to raise enough money to buy some new resources to develop the children's fine and gross motor skills.

The children had great fun and did brilliantly well, all managing to complete 5 laps.

A big WELL DONE to all of the children and a huge THANK YOU to parents, family and friends for all of your kind donations. 


The children enjoyed helping to make bread.
They listened to the story of The Little Red Hen. We talked about how the animals in the story didn't help to make the bread, so the hen told them that they couldn't eat any of it.
Unlike the animals, all of the children were keen to help to make the bread!
They enjoyed the feel of the dough as they squashed it in their hands.
The children were surprised to see how much it had risen in the tin before it went in the oven. We talked about how the yeast makes the dough rise. 
We ate our bread the next day. It was yummy!

Making Fruit Salad

In R.E. this term, we are teaching the children about Harvest. We are helping the children to understand where in the world different foods come from, giving them the opportunity to try some different foods and thanking God for his Creation and for the Harvest. 

The children helped to chop the fruit to put into our yummy fruit salad, which contained: orange, apple, pineapple, pomegranate, strawberries and mango.
The children learnt where in the world the different fruits come from and placed them on a large map of the world.
They then learnt how to chop the fruit safely before we put it all in a large bowl and shared it out. It was delicious!