Nursery News

Talk Topic

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

This week’s Talk Topic is making the children think really hard. We have had some excellent thoughts so far.

“Look at some money and imagine it’s journey to your home.  Who else might have had it? What might it have been used to buy?

Getting ready for Christmas

Thursday, November 23, 2017

Early Years have had an enjoyable second Autumn half-term so far. We are now well under way into the preparation for our Christmas nativity, which will be held for parents on 6th December at 9.30 a.m. A letter will be sent out shortly containing all the finer details.

We have had a big focus on the use of language related to measures this half-term; comparing size, length, amounts and weights. Staff have also enjoyed discussing these things with the children during our free-flow sessions and hearing the range of vocabulary being used by the children when playing.

Reception children are looking forward to the final day of term, when we will attend the pantomime at The Castle theatre. On this last day, the Nursery children will remain on the school site and join in their own special Christmas activities.

May we also remind Nursery parents that the children will be returning to school on 4th January next term, as the Nursery staff will be completing home visits for our new starters when the rest of the school children return on the 3rd.

We hope you have a wonderful Christmas and look forward to seeing as many of you as possible at the Nativity on 6th December.

The EY team

Talk Topic 3

Sunday, September 24, 2017

Following on from Friday’s ‘Jeans for Genes day’, this week’s Talk topic states

‘Lots of people wear jeans. Why?’

We are asking the children to consider why this is. Have fun finding out why people you know do or do not like wearing jeans.

Autumn Term 2017

Friday, September 22, 2017

Welcome to a new year in our Nursery class. We have had five new children join us, while many children from last year’s groups have moved onto the Reception Year.

We will spend this term focusing on ourselves with our theme being ‘All About Me’! This will include looking at our special relationships, learning more about ourselves and the world in which we live.

Alongside our play-based learning, Mrs Compton and Mrs Eremita will also be continuing their Lift off For Language groups this term. We hope that all children within the nursery setting will have a chance to participate in one of these 6 -week sessions throughout the school year as they are aimed at boosting the speech and language development of our young pupils.


We look forward to seeing your children and yourselves throughout the year!

Talk Homework

Sunday, May 14, 2017

The last two Talk topics have created some interesting discussions, particularly when asking how much chocolate is enough.

This week’s task asks children to:

Choose a favourite character (can be an animal, person or cartoon-real or fictional) and discuss appearance and personality.