Please see the letter below for some ideas you can do while at home with yuor children. Please feel free to come to nursery and pick up a book, numberline, name grid and sound placemat with rhymes by end of school day, Friday March 20th if you wish to.
Happy Easter Everyone.
Welcome to Nursery - H Adams Class!
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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. Kossick, Miss Pattemore, Mrs. Griffiths and Ms Dando 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 on a Monday. 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.
Bailey Bear and Dai Dragon
Each week Bailey Bar chooses someone to go home with for the weekend. Bailey takes his camera with him so that the children can take photos with him. Dai rewards all children who have been speaking Welsh in nursery and puts their name on his special board. He also sends a book home to share 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.
World Book Day - Can you guess who we are and what our favourite books are?
St. Davids Day
We celebrated St. Davids Day with stories, daffodil and dragon crafts, country dancing, dressing up and tasting a few Welsh foods. We all had a lovely day.
Christmas Celebrations in nursery.
Another term is nearly over and what a busy one it has been. It has been lovely for us to see your children gain in confidence and skills as the wide range of experiences has motivated and engaged them. The Christmas Play at the end of term was a crowning moment for them and we are all really proud of them.
Nursery will close for the Christmas Holidays on Friday 20th December at 3.00pm and we will re-open on Monday 6th January when we will welcome some new children into the afternoon class.
Thank you for all your support and interest this term. We hope you all have a very Happy Christmas and a Happy New Year too.
First Nursery Photos
Harvest Festival Celebrations
We celebrated Harvest Festival by singing harvest and autumn songs. We made hedgehog bread and soup to share with all our friends. It was delicious.
Remembrance Day 2019
We did lots of talking about why we are wearing poppies. We made poppies to wear when we stood silently for 2 minutes on Remembrance day.
Children in Need 2019.
We found out about children who are not as lucky as we are. We also talked about being a good friend like Pudsey Bear.
We enjoyed wearing spotty clothes and had a Pudsey party where we made and ate Pudsey pizza - yummy!.
The NumtumsJoin in with the Numtums and learn about numbers from 1 to 10.