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Welcome to Nursery

Welcome New to School Children and Parents

 

Click on the link below to download our Nursery Admission forms. Please email completed forms or any questions you may have to postbox@pelsallvillage.co.uk

 

Our Creative Curriculum topics in Nursery.

 

 

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Marvellous Me!

 

Winter Wonderland

Snow and Ice

 

Spring is in the Air

 

Pet Parade

 

Buckets and Spades

 

 

 

 

STAFF

Miss Jackson-Lea - Nursery Teacher

Mrs Evans - Teaching Assistant

Mrs Snoddy - Teaching Assistant

Mrs Goodwin - Teaching Assistant

 

 

A Warm Welcome! 

We would like to welcome all children, parents and carers both existing and new to our Nursery. The children have settled well and are beginning to enjoy some of the many experiences Nursery has to offer. A huge thank you to parents for adhering to our drop off/collection arrangements on the playground, ensuring the safety of everyone. 

 

If you would like to discuss any concerns, please telephone Nursery on 01922 682380 or email 

nursery@pelsallvillage.co.uk between 9:00am and 3:30pm and Miss Jackson-Lea will attempt

to support all queries.

 

Autumn Focus

This half term we shall be focussing on settling the children into Nursery, making friends, taking turns, sharing and learning about our rules and routine.

 

We shall be informing parents about simple ideas and strategies that can be used at home to help support your child's learning. Some of them can be found below:-

Reading with your child

 

1000 Stories

Our 1000 Stories initiative will continue with you all choosing a book to read daily from home, still using the same format but you can choose your own books! Remember to write down a 'new' or 'tricky' word from each book to add to your word bank and keep re-visiting. Just think how many new words you are learning!

Oxford Owl e-books

Click on the link below for the Oxford Owl website. Log in at the top of the page using the ‘My Class Log in’  password: pvsnursery     username:  Nursery

Choose 'my bookshelf' to view e-books.

Phonics

How to pronounce the letter sounds. Click on the link below:-

RWI Pure Sounds

Learn the letter sounds of the alphabet

Watch Alphablocks A to Z to help pronounce the letter sounds, click on the below link:-

Mark Making and Writing

Practise name writing, using your child’s name card, starting each letter ‘On the red dot’. Use the letter formation sheet for guidance or click on the links below. Focus on your child writing their first name using the correct letter formation then their full name which is on the reverse of the card. You can also use paper and a pencil, a whiteboard or chalk board.

Below are links to help you with upper and lower case letter formation:-

Can your child mark make/write?

Use a baking tray/large plate etc.  Put on some sugar/salt/flour/shaving foam/sand or similar. Please supervise your child, especially if the substance is not edible.

Look at the three pictures below:-

Give your child the opportunity to mark make. 
Draw lines and zig zags from left to right for your child to copy. 
Practise letter formation and name writing. 

Maths

Practise counting out loud.

Pat your head and say “1, 1, 1”

Then, pat your shoulders, saying “2, 2, 2”

Next, pat your stomach, saying “3, 3, 3”

Knees “4, 4, 4”

Finally, toes “5, 5, 5”

 

Keep practising the above body percussion counting. When you are ready to move on, practise counting aloud to 10. 

 

We practise counting how many children are in our class daily so the children count over 20 regularly. Encourage your child to count as high as they can.

 

Use the number formation sheet in the pack or use paper, a white board or chalk board and follow the link below to practise number formation 1 to 10.

Independent Challenge

Please encourage your child to complete these challenges independently:-

 

To stand momentarily on one leg.

 

To eat using a knife, fork and spoon.

 

To tidy up their things. 

 

To use a tissue to blow their nose and dispose in a waste bin.

 

To attempt to get dressed without assistance.

 

To put their arms in jackets and cardigans.

 

To zip up their coat after assistance fastening at the bottom.

 

To wash and dry their hands.

 

To use the toilet during the day.

 

To drink from a small cup with a handle without spilling

When achieved,

To drink from a suitable small plastic cup (no handle) without spilling.

Cosmic Yoga Kids

A mix of Yoga, stories and mindfulness.

Wash your hands Children's Song - A fun song to help children understand when to wash their hands:-

Parent Booklet

The University of Chichester has produced the below booklet to support parents in providing fun and engaging home learning opportunities. Also included are top parenting tips, managing anxiety and helping children to develop positive personal hygiene routines that help to protect from viruses.

 

Below is a useful home activity booklet and reading links for parents:-

 

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