Woodpeckers

Welcome to the Nursery Class Page

Mrs Allen is the class teacher.
Miss Davies and Mrs Gutteridge are the Learning Support Assistants in the class.
This page will keep you well informed of what Nursery are learning each term as well as important pieces of information.

What have we been learning?                           

Autumn Term

Our topic this term is "Autumn at school." We have been busy learning Nursery routines this half term. Everyone has settled in really well and we all come into class with smiles on our faces! We are also learning about the St Michael's code, our snack time code and our Core Values.

We are getting used to the different activities on offer in Nursery including Funky Fingers, Squiggle while you Wiggle, visits to Wildwood, PE in the hall, carpet activities, focus group sessions and free play in our continuous provision.

Spring Term

Our topic this term is "Amazing Animals." We will be investigating pets, farm animals, wild animals, dinosaurs, underwater creatures and minibeasts. We will use stories to introduce each part of the topic such as "Dear Zoo," "The mixed up chameleon," "The animal train" and "The very hungry caterpillar." 

We will be welcoming some new children to join us in Nursery. The older children will be helping them to learn our  routines. 

Woodpeckers will continue with the activities from Autumn term plus a few new sessions. Early phonic skills to introduce "Read Write Inc" will start with the children meeting Fred the frog. Fred says each individual sound in words. We use Fred in short games everyday so that the children can hear how words are made of sounds that are blended together. After the half term break we will have Read Write Inc sessions through the week to help prepare our older children for Reception. 

 

 

 

PE Days


Morning - Friday
 

Plain tracksuit bottoms/leggings on the bottom half with uniform on the top half.
 
All Uniform can be purchased from Brigade online store.
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 tapestry letter Nursery.pdfDownload
 Welcome Letter Woodpeckers 2018.pdfDownload
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