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Welcome to the Nursery

Our Nursery Class is called 'The Ducklings'. 


Four staff work in the Nursery all week: 

Class Teacher: Miss Bronwen Baynes
Lead Practitioner: Mrs Niki Smith 
Apprentice LSA: Miss Stacey Garland
LSA job share: Mrs Louise Genge and Miss Sarah West

We have 60 children in our Nursery Classes. 

Nursery sessions are for 2 full days and 1 half day. One class attends Monday and Tuesday and Wednesday morning and the other class attends for Wednesday afternoon and Thursday and Friday. 

There are 30 children in each class. 

Each class is split into 3 keyworker groups. Gruffalo Group, Stickman Group and Superworm Group.

Please click here or on the ILD logo below to access the Interactive Learning Diary page:

Autumn Topic

For our first topic we will be exploring the season of Autumn. We will begin by discussing the weather around us and noticing the colours of the changing trees. We spend lots of time outside on welly walks picking up autumn treasures to create lovely artwork in our classroom. Throughout the term we will be exploring Bonfire and Fireworks Night, Diwali, Halloween and Remembrance Day.

Christmas Topic

During our Christmas topic we fully emerse ourselves in the magic and wonder of the advent season. We take part in a EYFS nativity, make decorations, read the Christmas Story, decorate our own Christmas tree and even have a visitor from someone very special. Ho Ho Ho...

Winter Topic

Throughout our Winter topic we will explore New Year, Chinese New Year, Valentines Day and Pancake Day! We will continue our outside learning with Mr Wilson at Forest School each week.

Spring Topic

During this topic we start to plant some seeds in our garden and look for the changes this season brings as it springs into life. As part of this topic we will be inviting our grown ups in for a 'Mother's Day' celebration.  We celebrate Easter and even get to have our very own egg hunt around school. We learn about why Easter is important to us and we also get to cook some Easter biscuits for our grown ups.  

Summer Topic  

In our 'Summer' topic we will explore different cultures and discuss summer holiday destinations and different types of transport. We will enjoy the warmer weather - harvest vegetables we have grown and explore our class paddling pools. We will also spend some time in our new classrooms ready for September!