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Welcome to all children and parents. We hope you are going to enjoy the wonderful nursery experience that is waiting for you.
Mrs. Adams, Mrs. Richards, Mrs. Griffiths, Miss Pattemore and Miss Cahill can't wait to meet you all.
Please remember to bring your £1.00 milk money each week and tick your name off on the register. The money is always spent on the children and this term we will hopefully be providing some Harvest Festival, Bonfire Night and Christmas treats, as well as having Fantastic Friday each week. On Fantastic Friday we have something special for snack time to go with the fruit the children bring in to share. Favourite foods are yoghurts, cheese and crackers, sandwiches, hot chocolate and occasionally biscuits.
We will be going over to school to do PE each week. We will go on a Monday with the morning children and a Tuesday with the afternoon children. Your child does not need to have a PE kit but they will need to wear appropriate shoes/footwear. They do not have to have daps or trainers but please remember no big boots or wellies when we have P.E.
Nursery closes at 3.00pm on Friday 22nd February for half term. We re-open to children on Tuesday 5th March as Monday 4th March is an INSET day for staff.
Please help your child complete the Spring Term homework over half term. We have asked for something with a Welsh flavour to help celebrate St. Davids day. A castle, dragon, daffodil, lovespoon, - whatever takes their fancy. All we ask is that your child does lots of the work so they can tell us about it when they return to school. Please bring their masterpieces in by Wednesday 6th March for us to display when we celebrate St. Davids Day on Friday 8th March.
World Book Day
We will celebrate World Book Day on Thursday 7th March. Your child can come to nursery dressed as a favourite character from a book they love. They can bring their book with them for us to share and read, - just make sure their name is in it so we don't muddle any up on the day.
Bailey Bear and Dai Dragon
Each week Bailey Bar and Dai Dragon choose someone to go home with for the weekend. Bailey takes his camera for the children to take photos with and Dai takes a book to read at home with everyone.
The children are told on Monday what Bailey is looking for, e.g. kind hands, putting coat on by themselves, remembering to say thank-you etc. Dai is listening out for anyone speaking Welsh independently in nursery. They go home on Friday and must be returned on the following Monday please.
Good luck everyone.
W talked about how we are the same and how we are different. We loved the story of Teifi.
Mothers Day 2019
We made cards, necklaces and bought flowers to celebrate Mothers Day.
St. Davids Day Celebrations
We dressed up in Welsh National Costume and enjoyed tasting traditinal Welsh foods.
World Book Day.
What lovely costumes were provided for World Book Day. Everybody looked brilliant and were able to tell us who they were . The children all enjoyed talking about their favourite stories with the children from Year 6 who came to share stories with us.
Well done to Celyn Ash and Cody Phillips who won the voucher to spend in next weeks Book Fair.
Da Iawn bawb.
Chinese New Year.The children enjoyed finding out about the Year of the Pig and celebrated with dragon dancing, dragon boat building and a Chinese feast on Fantastic Friday.
Look at what we have been doing in nursery.
Tuesday 11th December was Christmas Concert Day. It was a brilliant success with lovely singing, clear words and fabulous costumes.
Well done and thank you to the parents and staff for the hard work with practising and making the costumes, but a really big thank you to the children for all their hard work with learning songs and words and staying on the stage for the duration of the performance, no mean feat. Without them there would have been no concert so Well done everyone.
Children in Need
Children in Need.
We did lots of things throughout the week, making and decorating Pudsey biscuilts, finding and making spotty patterns and talking about how kind and helpful we can be. On Friday we all dressed up and enjoyed a Pudsey party.
We had a very busy week making poppies and remembering things we have enjoyed.
We also talked about why we wear poppies and remembered the people who work to keep us safe.
Remembrance Day - We wore our poppies and stood silently for 1 minute.
Autumn Term 2018
This term our topic will be Autumn and Colour followed by Festivals of Light.
We have lots of exciting things to do and are looking forward to a busy term. Please talk to your child when you are walking in and out of nursery about the changes that are happening all around us and especially about the changing colours we can see everyday. After half term we will find out about several Festivals of Light including Diwali, Hannukah and Christmas.
We will celebrate Harvest Festival, Bonfire Night and Remembrance Day and invite you to attend a Christmas Concert in December where the children will share the Nativity Story with you. We are hoping to visit Mother Christmas and will have a Christmas Party. We hope Father Christmas will leave a gift for everyone.
Parent consultations will be held in October when you can come for a meeting with me to talk about your child. If you have something that needs to be discussed before then do not hesitate to come in and see me, just ask at the door and I will see you as soon as I can.
A very busy but exciting term lies in front of us. We hope you enjoy it as much as we will.
Join in with the Numtums and learn about numbers from 1 to 10.