Happy New Year
Meet the staff
Miss Williams EYFS Phase Leader – Nursery teacher
Miss Pugh EYFS Phase Leader – Literacy support
Mr Mitchell - Teacher
Mrs Khan – Teaching Assistant
Mrs Stockley – Teaching Assistant
Miss Martin – Teaching Assistant
Miss Chloe – Teaching Assistant
Miss Mylie – Teaching Assistant
Feel free to chat to your child's key worker at anytime , or the EYFS Coordinator via e-mail
Click HERE to access our new 2018/2019 Brochure.
Click HERE to access our EYFS curriculum booklet
Click HERE to access the EYFS Safeguarding and Welfare policies- including links to our our lunch time menu, our healthy eating policy and infection control requirements
Take a look at some of our areas
Role play and dress up area
Small world and construction
We have also a variety of activities outside including:
Building and Construction
Reading and Writing
Our topic this term is
Topic - Change
We will be reading lots of stories that are based in the snow.
We will also be reading some non-fiction texts.
We are going to explore how things change. How water can become ice and turn back to water.
How when we cook food changes and that this can't be undone
We are going to explore how our outdoor area is changed by the cold.
It will really help if your child is wrapped up warm, so send in a hat and some gloves and we can keep them in school.
Our topics for the year 2018-2019
Term 1 - Traditional Tales
Term 2 - Light and Dark
Term 3 - Changes
Term 4 - Stories from Around the World
Term 5 - Growing and Lifecycles
Term 6 - Animals
We are going to singing lots of counting songs such as 10 little sausages and 5 Little Ducks.
Click here and you could sing these at home. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p065s47t
We are learning how to count objects in practical everyday situations eg. counting fruit, toys, sticks, pebbles, children, steps.
What can you count at home? Can you count cars or buses on your way home?
Drawing and creating pictures using paint, chalks, pens. We are learning how to write our names. Have a go at writing your initial letter.
Remember to teach your child how to write their name using lower case letters if you are doing it at home, rather than capitals.
Manchester City in the Community
On Friday mornings we have a football coach who does ball skills with the Nursery
We have a healthy eating policy in EYFS providing fruit and milk to the children every day. Encourage your child to drink water - it's good for you
Please ensure that packed lunches are healthy and nutritious. We have children with nut allergies, so avoid these in packed lunches