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Nursery - Wrens

Our Staff

Ms Fisher is our teacher. She is supported by Mrs Davis, Ms Brown, Mrs Lanni and Mrs Sharp. Mrs Arnott provides PPA cover for Ms Fisher on Thursdays. 

In Wren class we have lots of fun learning through play using a wide range of toys and equipment. Children are encouraged to be creative in the craft and construction areas where they can select their own resources. There is a role play area both inside and outside for the children to explore. There is always access to sand, water and play dough to help develop understanding of textures and capacity, while also developing fine motor skills. we have a new quiet area where the children can go if they just need some quiet time.

Our nursery has daily access to a lovely outside space where the children can focus on gardening skills and develop their understanding of living things. There is also a larger outside space for riding our bikes and scooters, a sand kitchen for getting messy, a water trail and a climbing frame.

We follow the interests of all the children when planning our activities. Twice a session children join their key worker groups to explore an activity and develop their phonic and maths skills.

 

Parents comments welcomed regarding home learning and achievements

Please share news of achievements and progress at home with school staff, ask for a "Did you know?" form to complete so we can add to your child's Learning Journal. You are welcome to look through your child's Journal regularly, please ask a member of staff to share this with you and look out for our open events.

What we will learn this year

We will add curriculum planning for each half term to the information below to help you understand what your child will be learning in school.

Parent Declaration Forms

Please can parents who take up the 30 hours free nursery places offers ensure that they regularly update their parent declaration forms.

First response work shop

We all had a great time thinking about how we can help someone if they are poorly. The children listened really carefully.

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