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Welcome to the class page for Nursery.

 

At Pinders Primary School we call the children in our Nursery 'Cubs'.

On this page you will find information about our class and details about all the exciting things we are  learning in school.

Don't forget to also look us up on Twitter... we try to put photographs on a couple of times each week.

Nursery Staff

 

Mrs Hannah Edwards - Nursery teacher 

Mrs Carole Wilby - Nursery nurse (morning and lunch sessions)

Mrs Michelle Eyre - Nursery nurse (afternoon session)

 

Nursery Session Times

 

 

Morning session - 8.40am - 11.40am

 

 

Afternoon session - 12.15pm - 3.15pm

 

 

 

*There are also a limited number of 30 hour places available, initially for children who are eligible. Please contact Mrs Bowen in the office for more information

The Early Years Curriculum

"No job is more important than working with children
in the early years."

(EYFS , 2021) 

 

Our curriculum has recently been updated;

The reforms to the Early Years Foundation Stage are statutory from September 2021.

They will help to improve outcomes for all, especially disadvantaged children. They put early language at the heart of a broad curriculum. They help to reduce the time
spent on unnecessary assessment paperwork. That means more time can be spent with the children.
 

Click on the link below to have a look at the new curriculum.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What do we learn about in Nursery?

 

At Pinders Primary School we have developed our own long term plan, outlining the different topics we will  base our learning around each half term. Alongside this we also teach discrete phonics and maths sessions. A big part of the learning in Nursery is based around the children's interests. Please have a look below to see some recent examples.

The Learning Environment

 

The environment is essential to facilitate learning within the Early Years.

"Children learn and develop well in enabling environments, in which their experiences respond to their individual needs." (EYFS)

The Nursery environment has different areas for children to access independently. Each area has permanent resources for the children to continually access and develop their skills and learning. Enhancements are regularly added to each area to reflect topics and any current learning and interests. Most learning areas are enhanced with books and writing materials to promote both reading and writing from the beginning of school.

Nursery Timetables

Long Term Planning Overview

Phonics videos to support learning at home

Story time ...

 

The Library in Nursery will be open every week. We will help your child pick a book or game that they would like to read/play at home. It will be sent home in a labelled plastic wallet, please bring them back to swap every Tuesday. Your child will each have their own reading passport, where we will keep a record of all the different books you have shared with your child.

Choose from a range of books and activities to support learning at home

Using our library ...

Reading our library books at home ...

Star of the week

 

Each week we have a celebration assembly on a Friday. We share individual achievements and the children receive a certificate and prize from our special box. The children's achievements are wrote on a leaf and hung on our celebration tree. This is also added to the weekly newsletter. 

 

Then at the end of the half term the children receive awards for the following ...

Nursery Stars

Autumn Term 2021

 

During the autumn term the children in Nursery will spend the first few weeks getting to know each other, the teachers and our classroom. The teachers will share 'Marvellous Me' boxes - a box filled with lots of different objects to tell the children a little about themselves. We will also learn about our 3 classroom rules:

We are safe 

We are respectful

We are ready to learn.

 

We cannot wait to meet our new nursery cubs! 

As we move into October, the children will learn about autumn and harvest. Our learning will be focused on the book called 'The Enormous Turnip'. 

 

  

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