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Nursery

Welcome to Nursery!

Please see below for home learning packs and links to useful websites

Teacher: Miss Christina Stagg

Nursery Nurse: Mrs Magdalena Major

Nursery Nurse: Miss Sharon George 

 

Our topic this term is Farm animals. We will be looking at a range of books such as ‘Spot goes to the Farm’, ‘Noisy Farm’ and ‘Farmer Duck’. We will continue to have focus colours, shapes, and numbers for each week also. To extend our topic further we will be having a trip to the farm to visit some animals also. Please note on the dates below the finish time for the trip.

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Monday 30th of March

Hello Nursery!

 

I hope everyone is doing well and keeping safe at home as much as possible.  We are asking parents to contact their child’s class teacher once a week (my email is cstagg@stap.org.uk) let us know how you are doing and send us any photos of things they have been doing at home; this might be some writing or counting/ordering numbers,  or even a creative piece of art or construction! Teachers will choose some ‘Work of the Week’ and this will be published on the school website.

 

As Easter is coming up I have also included the Easter story for you all to look at and talk about at home. There is also a powerpoint about why we celebrate Easter to support this (both can be found below with the home pack). Please also look at things like Pinterest for many free, fun, and creative ways to learn and have fun at home including many Easter activities and ideas. 

 

As we will not be creating packs over the Easter holidays I have included some Easter home learning ideas - have fun and be creative with it! A new pack for the first week of the Summer Term will be on the website on Monday 20th April.

 

Finally, I want to reassure you that I am at the end of an email to offer support and advice to both children and parents.

 

Stay safe, have fun, and be creative,

 

Miss Stagg

Work of the Week

Thursday 26th March, 2020

Dear parents and children, 

We would love to see the fantastic work that is taking place at home! Please email photos of the work that your children are most proud of, by Thursday each week. We will be picking out a few examples each week, that will then be published on the school website. We can't wait to hear from all of you! 

Note for parents:

 

If you need to contact myself or Miss George about any queries with the packs you can so on my email cstagg@stap.org.uk or sgeorge@stap.org.uk. We will be available from 8.30-4.30. If you email after these hours, we will seek to reply to your email the following day. Please look at the class page regularly for updates on tasks as these will be updated weekly on Monday morning. Finally, we would like to say a huge thank you in advance for the support you are going to give during these challenging times. We want to reassure you that we are at the end of an email to offer support and advice to both children and parents.

 

Best wishes,

 

Miss Stagg and Miss George

Here is an idea of what your child's at home routine could look like

Before 9.00

Wake up

Eat breakfast, make your bed, get dressed

9.00 – 10.00

Morning walk (if possible!)

Family walk with the dog (ensuring there is distance between you and others), yoga if its raining

10.00 – 11.00

Academic time

NO ELECTRONICS

Flashcards, handwriting, counting

11.00 – 12.00

 

Creative time

Legos, drawing, crafting, play music, cook or bake 

12.00

Lunch

 

12.30

Chore time

Wipe all kitchen table and chairs, wipe all door handles, light switched and devices, wipe bathrooms, sinks and toilets

1.00 – 2.30

Quiet time

Reading, puzzle, nap

2.30 – 4.00

Academic time

ELECTRONICS OK

Ipad games, educational show

4.00 – 5.00

Afternoon fresh air (if possible)

Bikes, play outside, walk the dog

5.00 – 6.00

Dinner

 

6.00 – 8.00

Free TV time

Childrens showers

8.00

Bedtime

All children

9.00

Bedtime

All children who follow daily schedule and don’t fight!

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