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26.01.24

What a busy week we have had this week in nursery! The children have enjoyed working together in the different areas and building on their skills: interacting with others, developing vocabulary and joining in with the many creative activities. This week we have listened to the story of Elmer, knowing that we are all different and unique and also looked at different patterns around us and creating patterns in different ways. Nursery also understood it was Birdwatch week, so they learnt about different birds that we may see in our gardens and created a bird feeder.

Important Notices

Morning Nursery PE is on Wednesday morning.

Afternoon Nursery PE is on a Monday afternoon.

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.

Come and Read Sessions

Wednesday morning 8.30am-8.45am

Wednesday afternoon 12.15pm – 12.30pm

The nursery children will continue this term with brushing their teeth everyday with new toothbrushes, learning the importance of brushing their teeth.

Nursery Rhyme of the Week

It has been lovely seeing the nursery rhyme pictures in the nursery rhyme books this week.

The children will be learning 1,2,3,4,5 Once I caught a fish alive.

If the video link hasn’t worked then type in Early Years 1,2,3,4,5 once I caught a fish alive.

Star Pupil of the Week Achievements

Well Done Joey (morning) who has received the ‘Star of the Week’ certificate, for lovely manners and working with others. Well done Joey!

Well Done Eliisabet (afternoon) who has received the ‘Star of the Week’ certificate, for settling well in nursery, working in the areas independently. Super effort Eliisabet!

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

Birthdays

Nursery would like to wish Layla (morning) a Happy 4th Birthday! Have a lovely party!

Have a lovely weekend everyone!

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