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                      Welcome to Nursery


Class Teacher 

Mrs. Bates 

Teaching Assistants 

Mrs. Lightfoot

Mrs. Dutton


Important information.....


Session Times 

AM sessions- 8.45- 11.45 am.

PM sessions- 12.15- 3.15 pm

Beginning of the week- Monday/ Tuesday- 9am - 3pm, Wednesday- 8.45-11.45 am

End of the week- Wednesday 12.15- 3.15 pm, Thursday/ Friday - 9 am - 3 pm.

All attendance outside of these times will be charged at £5.50 per hour in half-hourly increments, where there is availability.



The children are provided with a healthy snack, fruit/ vegetables, milk and water in each session.

Snack money is £1 per week, or £1.50 per week if your child attends more than 15 hours. It is really important that all parents contribute to the snack fund to allow us to continue providing snack as well as baking activities etc.


Nursery Places

We still have a few afternoon and 30 hour places left in Nursery. To apply please call at the School Office.


We're Going On a Bear Hunt!

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Michael Rosen performs We're Going on a Bear Hunt

http://www.jointhebearhunt.com For a quarter of a century, readers have been swishy-swashying and splash-sploshing through the award-winning favourite picture book We're Going on a Bear Hunt by Michael Rosen, illustrated by Helen Oxenbury In this video, Michael Rosen performs the book - why not sing along with your copy at home!

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The children have been sharing a favourite story of 'The Tiger Who Came to Tea'. So far we have painted tiger stripes, made tins of Tiger Food, played the Shopping List Game and re-enacted the story using our Story Sack resources.

We will also be making torn paper stripey collages, decorating orange tiger biscuits, discussing our favourite foods and making food plate collages, writing shopping lists and making sandwiches for our own 'afternoon tea' party.

Other key stories have/ will be Spot the dog- focusing on positional language and The Train Ride- focusing on repetitive text and rhythm.



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The children have loved learning the rhyme of '5 Currant Buns'.

We have counted sets of buns, talked about taking them away and how many are left, and used pennies to buy them from the baker.

We made our own currant buns following a recipe and even bought them at snack time using real money.

We have made currant bun play dough for children to develop skills of rolling and shaping balls of dough and use to role-play in the 'baker's shop' and sing the song whilst practicing counting small sets of objects.

Useful links:


Information about Early Years development and curriculum




Information about developing children's language development including EAL