Welcome to the Nursery. We feel privileged to be sharing your child’s first experiences of school life. This is a time for new beginnings, making friends and learning lots of new and exciting things each and every day. Our days will be filled with lots of wonderful experiences and opportunities for learning and growing. To keep you fully informed of your child’s experiences in school, you will receive a termly curriculum leaflet and a weekly ‘Dear Parent’ letter on Tapestry.
Nursery Lead - Mrs Mainwaring Bumblebee Keyworker
Senior Early Years Practitioner - Mrs Brookes Ladybird Keyworker
Early Years Practitioner - Mr Clancy Caterpillar Keyworkers
Early Years Practitioner - Mrs Moffat Butterflies Keyworker
We like to learn in Foundation Stage One
We learn in the following areas:
Personal, Social and Emotional Development
Communication and Language
Literacy - Reading/Writing/Phonics
Understanding The World
Expressive Arts and Design
Throughout the curriculum areas the children are encouraged to play and explore, solve problems, be creative and think critically. Children are active in their learning and are given opportunities to take risks and develop resilience.
In the interest of health and safety, no jewellery is permitted in the Early Years Foundation Stage – Nursery (FS1) and Reception – Sunshine’s and Rainbows (FS2). This includes earrings, thela and religious necklaces.
My Classroom - Indoors and Outdoors
Learning At Home
Please visit the link for more information on Home Learning
Useful Resources and Links
For lots of free activities and information on Communication and Language please see information on Stoke Speaks Out
For free Phonics Games see http://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/
For free Phonics resources see http://www.letters-and-sounds.com/
If you are looking for a new challenge or something to do during the school holidays then take a look at 100 Things before you are six
t’s time to practise your singing. Join one of our local librarians for 'Singing Bears.' https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZAXY2hsO1pk
Free access to parents due to school closure https://www.themathsfactor.com/
In order to access free eBooks to read at home follow the link below, click on Oxford Owl for home and register as a parent:
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
If your child has Special Educational Needs/Disabilies (SEND) go to the Information tab and click on SEND Information.
Health and Wellbeing
Children are encouraged to eat healthily and milk/water, fresh friut and vegetables are avaiable for the children to access throughout the day on the snack table.