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17.11.23

It has been Nursery Rhyme Week this week and we have been learning five nursery rhymes: Jack and Jill, The wheels on the Bus, Hickory Dickory Dock, Head, shoulders, knees and toes and Row, row, row your boat. We have been singing and learning the actions and the children have enjoyed creating many paintings, collages and models to take home. At the end of the week, the children were asked which nursery rhyme was their favourite. We created a ‘human’ bar chart:

The most favourite nursery rhyme in morning nursery was Jack and Jill and Head, shoulders, knees and toes. The most favourite nursery rhyme in afternoon nursery was Jack and Jill and Row, row, row your boat. It looks like Jack and Jill was a great favourite!

The children enjoyed ‘Children in Need’ today. Thank you for joining in and helping support ‘Children In Need’.

Important Notices

Remember to look on the Homework page for Home Learning ideas on the topic – Traditional Tales. For parents and children to work together on activities (optional) and bring their work to add to the Home Learning board in the nursery.

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

We have been learning many different rhymes this week. On Monday, Oscar(morning) and Eliza (afternoon) took the nursery bags home and created wonderful pictures of their favourite rhymes.

This week Layla (morning) and Zuva (afternoon) have taken the nursery bags home this week. We will look forward to seeing their work.

The nursery children will be joining reception for the ‘Nativity’ Production. They will be sent a few songs to practise each week up to the production. We are learning them each day in nursery. Songs can be played following the lyrics.

Star of the Day Achievements this Week

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

Bella, Miles, Primose, Jaxson and Poppie Anne

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

Peggy, Ava, Albie, Logan, and Zofia

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:

Have a lovely weekend everyone!

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