Click here for information on our Early Years Foundation Stage.
Click here to view the yearly overview of learning in the Nursery.
Click here to view the yearly overview of learning in Reception.
Click here to read the Spring Curriculum statement for Nursery, which gives more details about what children are learning this term.
Click here to read the Spring Curriculum statement for Reception, which gives more details about what children are learning this term.
Children in Early Years have been watching with great interest and excitement as our eggs hatched … we now have nine fluffy yellow chicks!
World Book Day
In Early Years we had a great time on World Book Day. We dressed up as our favourite characters, had ‘special guest readers’ in our classes, and our teachers acted out our favourite stories – ‘We’re going on a Bear Hunt’ and ‘Little Rabbit Foo Foo’.
Nursery, TWOs and Reception children had fun playing and exploring in the snow, especially in our forest area!
In Reception, we have been reading ‘The Snowman’ by Raymond Briggs. For homework, the children were asked to design and make their own snowmen at home. The children and their families took this on brilliantly and had some great ideas – look what they made!
Autumn 2017 – ‘We’re Going On a Bear Hunt’
In Nursery, we have been reading ‘We’re going on a Bear Hunt’ by Michael Rosen. The children love the book, and they know it really well now!
Autumn 2017 – Forest Learning
Nursery and Reception Classes are having fun learning in our ‘Forest’ area. The forest offers opportunities for outdoor learning in a natural environment. The children learn about team work, collaboration, problem solving and lots more, through a range of practical activities such as building shelters and dens, hunting for bugs and creating natural art work.
Autumn 2017 – Goldilocks and the Three Bears!
Reception classes have been reading ‘Golidlocks and the Three Bears’.
There was a break in at school! The home corners were crime scenes! Porridge on the floor … a. broken chair … golden hair in the bed … What had happened? The children investigated. They looked for clues. They searched the forest. Then they did lots of talking, drawing and writing …