Welcome to Nursery
Miss Martin, Miss King and Mrs Bunn welcome you to Nursery!
Our Nursery project for this term is ‘The Great Outdoors’
During our project the children will be given the opportunity to choose what they would like to learn and how they would like to develop their project. We will share some of the exciting things we learn with you as our project develops through regular class updates (see below). Throughout our project the children will be developing as:
- ambitious, capable learners, ready to learn throughout their lives
- enterprising, creative contributors, ready to play a full part in life and work
- ethical, informed citizens of Wales and the world
- healthy, confident individuals, ready to lead fulfilling lives as valued members of society.
If you would like to get involved in our project and have expertise in any aspect of our project that you would like to bring into school, please contact the school office.
We’re going to be busy this term! You can follow some of our progress on the Nursery Twitter page: @glasnursery
In addition, please see your child’s individual link to their SeeSaw page.
The following information about Nursery may be helpful.
Morning Nursery 9.10am-11.25am
Afternoon Nursery 12.50pm-3.05pm
Snack – voluntary contribution £2 per week
Any unexpected changes or updates to the following information will be communicated through SeeSaw or Twitter.
This term our learning will be based around the books ‘We’re Going on a Bear Hunt’, ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’ and ‘Superworm’. We will be going on our very own bear hunt and retelling the story by mark making, as well as using a Beebot which we will navigate through the story.
We are very lucky because we will have our very own caterpillars in nursery which we will be observing and setting free as soon as they emerge as butterflies. We will also be setting up our very own wormeries, so we can make observations and study the worms.
Please provide a variety of different mark making tools for your child to use at home (paint, chalk, crayons, thick pens, thin pens etc) to support their learning.
We will be continuing to sing number rhymes and songs, counting forwards and backwards and recognising numbers all around us. We will continue to recognise numbers 0-10 as well as beginning to write numbers 1-5 and to count objects.
Within our topic of “The Great Outdoors”, we will be further developing our knowledge of numbers by counting spots on ladybirds, grouping sets of bears and using finger paints to create a caterpillars body. We will also be looking at measurements when we compare the lengths of worms, as well as continuing to record data when we use tally charts and pictograms to identify children’s favourite bears and fruits.
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