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If you would like your child to have a fruit snack in the morning, Please pay £1 on a MONDAY for the week. You are welcome to provide your own fruit but please clearly label with your childs name.

If you would like your child to bring a water bottle to school, please ensure that it is labelled with your child's name and this will be made available to them throughout the morning.

Please label all clothing. As the children all have the same uniform we are unable to find lost clothing that isn't labelled.

Please also label your child's bag (ON THE OUTSIDE) so that it can be clearly identified by the children and staff, this will help us to send the correct bag home with each child.

P.E. is on a Friday morning, please could children wear joggers or leggings with their school tops and a pair of trainers as this is more comfortable for them. Children are unable to take part if they are wearing jewellery. (Stud earrings can be covered over with plasters before coming to school)

Autumn Term

September

This term our topic is

Do you Want To Be Friends?

A big WELCOME 

 

to all our new Nursery boys and girls.

First Day in School

We have been talking about ourselves and how we are different. We have been reading the book - "It's OK to be different"

 

📚 READ ALOUD: ITS OK TO BE DIFFERENT By Sharon Purtill

Today we have a great story on how everyone is different and thats ok. Our differences are what make us beautiful and unique.

"This is me" paintings

As our theme is "Would you like to be my friend?" we have been talking about what makes a good friend and how we can be a good friend.

What makes a good friend?

Rocking Dan Teaching Man. What makes a good friend? A song about the things that make someone a good friend for children.

We have been talking about the Autumn time and how the leaves on the trees change colour and fall to the ground. We have been learning a lovely song about Autumn leaves.

Seasons Song for Kids ♫ Autumn Leaves are Falling Down ♫ Fall Kids Song ♫ by The Learning Station

Enjoy our popular seasons, autumn (fall) and preschool song for children with lyrics, "Autumn Leaves are Falling Down" (To the tune of "London Bridges").

We have printed lovely Autumn leaves on a tree

We have been learning to recognise and form the number 1. We use the rhyme - Start at the top and down we run, 1, 1, 1.

Our number 1 activities

Writing 1 in shaving foam

Decorating a number 1

Writing number 1 on the whiteboard

Chalking number 1 outside

Painting number 1

We are learning to recognise and write 'm'. The rhyme is Maisie, mountain, mountain. (Go down Maisie then over the mountain and over the mountain)

Using the tap-tap box and finding things that start with the "m" sound

Investigation area - leaf rubbing

Making pictures using leaves, sticks, conkers, acorns and pine cones

Using tweezers to pick up the animals - Sorting for colour

September school Fun

October

We are having lots of practise using scissors, please also have a go cutting out with your child at home.There are some tips and activities in the video below.

Scissor Skills | SCHOOL READINESS | How to teach your child to use scissors correctly

Is your child having trouble with cutting and managing scissors? Here are some tips and activities to help them learn correct scissor skills.

Cutting playdough

Cutting along a line

Investigating vegetables - how do they feel, smell, look? Where do they grow?

Poor Fred the frog has hurt his leg and can not hop or jump, he wants to get off his log and into the pond with his friends, the children have come up with the idea of helping Fred by building him a bridge he can walk across

Weaving our Autumn baskets

We have been sorting farm animals

We have also been sorting animals for colour. We used tweezers to pick each animal up.

We have been learning to recognise and form the number 2 Use the rhyme - Around and back on the railroad track 2, 2, 2

We are learning to recognise and write "a". The rhyme is round the apple, down the leaf. (Go all away around the apple and then down.

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