We hope you enjoyed your half term holiday and are now ready for another exciting and busy term. Now that children have settled into Nursery, they are learning the school rules and daily routines very well. Our new topic is 'Traditional Tales' where children will have the opportunity to enter the exciting world of stories. They will be encouraged to retell a variety of books orally, with actions, puppets and props. It is vital that children are read to as much as possible at home as well as in school and develop real love of stories and books.
In Maths we are learning numbers to 10 through songs and rhymes. We will be learning to count a variety of objects with 1-1 correspondence. Children are also finding and naming shapes in their environment and talking about the patterns they make and see. We are empowering children to become 'self-managers' by ensuring they are given the opportunity to complete tasks such as putting on and taking their coats independently. Children are also being taught the importance of co-operation and communication in their play.
This term we will invite parents into school for weekly hand writing sessions where children can practise writing their names and develop their pencil control skills. We will also be going on an educational visit to the Discovery Centre in Stratford to see an exciting Julia Donaldson story exhibition. More information will be sent to parents nearer the time.
Morning Session: Tuesday 5th December 2017 - Discover Centre Stratford - A World Inside a Book: Julia Donaldson
Afternoon Session: Wednesday 6th December 2017- Discover Centre Stratford - A World Inside a Book: Julia Donaldson