Welcome back, ready for a new Autumn term. This week the nursery have stepped into the Traditional Tale – Goldilocks and The Three Bears. The home area has changed into ‘The Bear’s Cottage’ and the children have been able to role play ‘Goldilocks and the Three Bears. They have created bear masks and painted a bear face. They have been singing the Goldilock’s song and followed actions. For maths, they have been ordering pictures of bears, bowls, chairs and beds in sizes, using vocabulary biggest, medium size / smallest / tiniest. The children have also had the opportunity to try some porridge and added toppings like syrup or jam. The morning children have enjoyed working with Mrs Short, continuing on their throwing skills in PE. The afternoon children have been mighty warriors, developing skills in yoga.

Important Notices

It is Anti-bullying week next week, On Monday, Children can come to school wearing ‘Odd socks’ – Supporting Anti Bullying Week.

On 17th November, It is Children in Need Day and children can come to school in something ‘SPOTACULAR!’ and make a small donation. Thank you!

Home Learning Activities, I have added some activities for this term’s topic ‘Traditional Tales’ for Parents and children to do some activities together at home (optional) and share their work with the rest of the nursery and I will display the work on the board. It is shared in the homework area.

Morning Nursery PE is on Wednesday morning working with Mrs Short.

Afternoon Nursery PE is on a Tuesday afternoon working with Mighty Warriors.

No PE Clothing is required as the children take their socks and shoes off in the hall, but the children can wear black joggers or leggings on these particular days.

Please can I ask that children who have their ears pierced, to have their earrings removed on these days otherwise they will be covered. Earrings should only be small studs.

Nursery would like to invite you to come and join your child to a ‘ Come and Read’ session. Join your child to look and share a favourite book!

Wednesday morning 8.30am-8.45am

Wednesday afternoon 12.15pm – 12.30pm

Nursery Rhyme of the Week

Next week we will be singing a variety of Nursery rhymes, celebrating World Nursery Week. We will be learning: Jack and Jill , The Wheels on the Bus , Hickory Dickory Dock , Head, shoulders, knees and toes and Row, row, row your boat.

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BBC Early Year Rhymes

This Year’s rhymes are Jack and Jill , The Wheels on the Bus , Hickory Dickory Dock , Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes and Row, row, row your boat. Learn the rhymes and actions with your child.

Oscar (Morning) and Eliza (afternoon) have taken the Nursery rhyme bags home this weekend and will share their favourite rhymes with the rest of the children on Monday. We are looking forward to seeing their work.

Star of the Day Achievements this Week

Well done to the morning children who have received ‘The Star of the Day’ certificates this week:

On Tuesday morning everyone was a Star! Oscar, Hudson and Ano.

Well done to the afternoon children who have received ‘The Star if the Day’ certificates this week:

On Tuesday afternoon everyone was a star! Zuva, Ava and Theo.

.For listening, looking after property, tidying up their areas in nursery and for being a good friend.

Mrs Hilton, Mrs Bell and Mrs Proctor are very proud of you all! Remember the Golden rules in nursery:

Birthday Celebrations

Nursery would like to wish Colton a Happy Birthday this week.

Happy 4th Birthday Colton (Afternoon nursery.

Have a lovely Weekend everyone!

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