Hello and welcome to our Nursery class page.
We have a very busy, challenging and exciting year ahead of us with lots of great work to do, interesting topics to learn about and activities to take part in. We are sure that over the year you will enjoy seeing what we do and the contributions that Nursery make to our school website and class page – so let’s get busy!
Miss Storey and Mrs Miller
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Monday 15th of November
Sorry we aren’t in nursery today everybody. We hope to be back to normal soon. We miss you when you are not in nursery.
To keep nice and busy please could you read the story Little Red Riding Hood or watch it on YouTube. In the story Red Riding Hood took cakes to her grandma. We would love it if you could bake cakes today. I’m sure they will taste yummy! Also, there was a nasty wolf in the story. Do you think you could make a wolf mask? Draw a picture of a wolfs head on a piece of paper then cut it out. Stick in onto a wooden straw (or anything else suitable) and then you can become a scary wolf!
Tuesday 16th of November
Hello everybody, sorry that Nursery has to stay closed. Hopefully the problem will be sorted out soon.
Could you read Little Red Riding Hood again today and focus upon everything you can see in the woods? Look at the trees, the grass, leaves, twigs etc. I would then like you to make a large scale woodland of your own. Roll out some old wallpaper or an old sheet and draw large trees and grass. You could even go for a walk and collect leaves and twigs and stick them onto your woodland. Once completed this will look wonderful stuck up on a wall. You’ll have brought the story alive and into your home.
Good luck everyone!
- Alphablocks – A Cbeebies website that has lots of phonics videos and games.
- Cbeebies– An educational website full of games, videos, craft activities and radio shows.
- Topmarks – A website full of interactive literacy and numeracy games.
- Numberblocks – Sing along and learn all about numbers with the Numberblocks!
- PhonicsPlay – In response to the ongoing situation PhonicsPlay is now free to use without parents needing to subscribe. To access the resources logon using the following details;
- Username: march20 Password: home
- The website consists of lots of phonics games that the children are used to playing in school.
- Twinkl – This website has a huge selection of cross curricular resources and is also offering a free subscription to parents.
- Teach your Monster to Read – The game takes children on a magical journey, meeting colourful characters along the way and collecting fantastic rewards. When children are engaged, they’re motivated to learn. As they progress, they rehearse a range of essential reading skills; matching letters to sounds, blending, segmenting, tricky words and reading full sentences.
- Letters and Sounds Phonics – Access to free resources to help support the Letters and Sounds programme that we use in school.
- Nrich – A website packed full of maths games and activities.
- Go Noodle – A range of movement and mindfulness videos.
- White Rose Maths – White Rose Maths are currently providing a daily video and work under the home learning tab on the website’s main page.