Nursery
23 class size

 

Welcome to Nursery

In nursery the class teacher, Mrs Tonge is supported by Miss Foulkes on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday morning and Mr Mahmood on Wednesday afternoon, Thursday and Fri

day.

 

Every child has a wonderful time at Holy Trinity’s nursery.  There is always so much to do.  Outside the children enjoy riding around on the bikes and cars, making mud pies in the gravel kitchen and building castles. Whilst inside they love dressing up, painting, cutting and sticking and making cakes in the play dough area  They also enjoy sharing stories, learning new songs and nursery rhymes and playing lots of games.

You can see lots of photographs of your children enjoying themselves at nursery on this website.

 This half term our ‘Learning Challenge’ question is

 

 

            “Would you like to live in the Arctic?”

The children began this topic with the ‘WOW’ moment of coming into class to find a Winterwonderland!  The investigated ice balloons and observed what changes took place to the ice when they sprinkled salt on top.  You will see from the photographs below how much they enjoyed touching and talking about the ice.

 

 

 

 

Snow Angel Alisha

During this topic the children will learn lots of information about the Arctic.  They will find the answers to lots of questions including where in the world is the Arctic circle? Who lives there?  What do the people who live there eat and what do they wear? Which animals live there?

The children will also experience many different activities including cutting paper to make snow flakes, creating their own igloos using sugar cubes and junk modelling, painting icy pictures on foil, making their

Ahmed the polar bear

own Inuit stone art work and much much more.

The children in nursery will be taught maths through an arctic theme.  The children will be given the opportunity to count icicles, snow balls and snow flakes, find out how many snow balls they can throw into a bucket in 1 minute, count and measure who can build the tallest ice cube tower and use arctic animals to learn the positional language (on, under, below, next to) to name but a few.

In English the children will share and read a variety of books about Arctic and Inuit life, write a caption for a snowy picture, write labels for an Inuit boy and  polar bear         and write a letter to adopt a polar bear.

 

 

 

Autumn 2017 – Topic

           “Would you invite a wizard to your party?”

 

During this topic the children in nursery will be writing invitations, party lists, birthday cards, spells and potions.  Creating their own wand, wizard hat and birthday cake.  Reading lots of different stories about witches and wizards, castles and princesses and much, much more!

 

Having fun mark making using orange sand and sticks.

 

 

 

The brush bus visits our class every day. All children in Nursery brush their teeth once a day whilst they are at school.


Having fun mark making with mud and sticks.

 

 

 

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