Welcome to Nursery!
Autumn Term 2020
We are very excited for a new school year and look forward to learning new things in Nursery!
Topic information and topic links can be found below.
A Better World!
A Better World: "Me and My Community’’
This term our first topic is Me and My Community’. The children will be learning to talk about themselves, their family and the world around them. They will learn and share their home experiences together and retell stories using their own words and acting them out using props. Children will also draw pictures of themselves and their family.
Take a look at our topic web for 'A Better World'.
Here the children will learn and share traditional tales from a variety of cultures. Children will be given opportunities to retell the stories using their own words and act them out using props. Children will also draw pictures and learn to retell a story in sequence using modelled words and sentences as well as their own. Our aim is that children are able to write their names independently so having opportunities at home to practise this would be beneficial.
Below is our Traditional Tale topic web. Have a look!
Spring Term 2021
Our topic this term is ‘We Are What We Eat’. As part of this topic we will be finding out where food comes from and which food is healthy and unhealthy. Children will share stories with a food theme such as The Tiger Who Came to Tea, Handa’s Surprise, The Very Hungry Caterpillar and Oliver’s Fruit Salad. Children will be encouraged to retell these stories using props, pictures, dressing up and role-play. We will be putting our cooking skills to the test by making gingerbread men, fruit salad and bread. We will also talk about the importance of trying new food and have the chance to taste food we may not have tasted before.
Below is our topic web. Have a look!
Below are some activities related to this topic, you can access the links with your children at home. Enjoy!
Summer Term 2021
Our topic this term is ‘Out and About in London’ we will be looking at some of the famous buildings and places in London. We want the children to know that we live near a big river called the Thames. We will be learning about the difference between the city and countrysides. We will have an opportunity to share our experiences of different places we have visited in london. We will design and create landmarks using various creative materials for our classroom display. We will also learn about what animals live in London and the places we can go to visit them.
Below is our topic web. Have a read!