Caterpillars and Butterflies (Nursery)

Miss Clough

Welcome to Caterpillars and Butterflies

We like to explore and have fun.

Timings

AM – Caterpillars 8:45am-11:45am

PM – Butterflies  12:15pm-3:15pm

30 hours – 8:45am-3:15pm

A warm welcome from all of the Nursery team.

A typical day in Nursery will consist of; registration/good morning, a short focussed activity (maths or phonics), choosing time indoors and outdoors, snack time and story/singing.

Please remember to…

  • Name all of your child’s clothes, shoes and any items that they bring into Nursey.
  • Drop off and collect your child on time.
  • Encourage your child to look in their tray for pictures, letters, jumpers and models.
  • Hand lunch time cover money in every Monday in a named envelope (30 hour children).
  • Resist the temptation to do everything for your child and encourage them to try and do it for themselves. E.G. dressing and toileting.
  • Remember that no worry is too small, if you are concerned about your child please let us know so that we can help.

Resources:

Early Years Book List

 

 

 

explore

We’re going on a bird hunt!

As the weather turns colder we have been learning about feeding the birds as well as identifying common Winter birds. During Forest School this morning we went on a bird hunt and attached some of the feeders that we have made this week. We also made a delicious snack...

Fun in the snow!

The first snow of 2019 created an enormous amount of excitement and even more fun! We caught snow flakes on our tongues, made our own snow slide, made snow angels and made marks in the snow. Article 28: You have the right to a good quality education. You should be...

Penguin and Pinecone!

Our nursery children have welcomed their new friends with open arms this week. We have focussed on the story, 'Penguin and Pinecone' which is a story about friendship, kindness and love. We have decorated cakes to resemble a pinecone, made pinecones with brown...

Party time for nursery!

We have had a wonderful time during our Christmas party! We played traditional party games, danced, ate party food and had a visit from Santa Claus.

Stick and Stone make a perfect 10!

We have focused on the book, 'Stick and Stone' this week in nursery. We have made the number  ten in a variety of ways as well as making the characters,  'Stick and Stone'. During our Forest Schools session we worked and explored together as friends (just like Stick...

Windy Nook Primary School presents: Jack and the Beansprout

Our very talented Year 6 children along with some children from Years 3, 4 and 5 (choir) would like to proudly present: Jack and the Beansprout. Our annual school pantomime is open to all parents of our school community. Please call into reception for further...

Stick Man listens to stories!

'Cuddly' Stick Man has moved into our reading area! The children have enjoyed telling him stories and painting pictures of him and Stick Man's family. Article 28: You have the right to a good quality education. You should be encouraged to go to school to the highest...

It’s not a stick! It’s a fishing rod!

We have had another super day using our imaginations with sticks today! Today we made some fabulous fishing rods! Article 28: You have the right to a good quality education. You should be encouraged to go to school to the highest level you can.

It’s not a stick! It’s a baton!

As part of Road Safety Week we watched a short clip about staying safe while crossing the road and then we practiced looking right, left and right. Then we helped each other across a fake road, checking for cars, holding hands and more looking right and left!. Nursery...

It’s not a stick! It’s a skewer!

This week in nursery we are focusing on the book 'Not a Stick' by Antoinette Portis. We have been thinking about lots of different uses for sticks and using our imaginations. We used skewers and a variety of fruit to make some delicious fruit kebabs and then we ate...

Celebrating a 100 years of WWI ending

To celebrate the 100th year anniversary of WWI ending the whole school came together to remember. Each child was asked to bring in a plastic pop bottle so the base could be cut off and decorated with red paint to create a poppy. The whole school from nursery to year 6...

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