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Nursery

Our class teachers are Miss Clarke and Mrs Hunt. Our key workers are Mrs Exler and Mrs Weatherhead in the mornings and Mrs Toms with Mrs Exler in the afternoons.

 

Our Nursery day starts at 8.45am and finishes between 11.45 and 12. We also offer afternoon sessions for children that qualify for 30 hours funding which is until 3pm. 

Summer Term - We are learning what it means to be healthy. We will be reading the stories, Oliver's Vegetables, Kitchen Disco and Handa's Surprise.

We are learning to recognise and name healthy and unhealthy foods and where they come from. We will be creating art with vegetables, printing with them and drawing them. We will make fruit kebabs with our favourite fruits. 

 

We will also be exploring new games and sports and even have our first sports day together. 

 

We have got so many exciting things planned and are ready for a busy but exciting half term!

Summer term learning

Summer Term 1 Overview

Spring Term 2 Overview

Here are some photos of us sharing our learning with our grown ups:

Here are some photos of us enjoying our learning:

Spring Term 1 Overview

This half term we are learning about Traditional Tales. We will be reading and linking our learning to Goldilocks and the three bears, the three little pigs and Jack and the beanstalk. 

 

We will focus on counting, number recognition, shape recognition and measures in maths. 

 

We have been learning how to write our names and are now looking at all of the letters within our name.

Well done Nursery class! 

 

 

 

Curriculum information can be accessed here:

Miss Clarke can be contacted on:

 

kclarke@warrendell.herts.sch.uk

 

Mrs Hunt can be contacted on:

 

rhunt@warrendell.herts.sch.uk

 

 

 

 

There are many ways to help your child at home make progress in their learning.  Some examples of this are:

 

FMS – Fine Motor Skills – including threading activities and play dough.

Counting and recognising numbers.

Talking to your child about past events such as their day at school.

Helping your child to practise writing their name.

Reading with your child every day.

Practise sounding out words to your child and blending them back together.  E.g.  s-i-t  = sit

This site has links to appropriate phonics games:

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