Welcome to Nursery
This is Nursery's class page. On here you will find lots of important information all about our nursery.
Please feel free to look at the photographs and videos we have taken of your children.
The grown ups working in nursery this year are:
Mrs Rawson- Class teacher
Mrs Lawson- Teaching assistant
Miss Backhouse- Teaching assistant
Miss Connelly- EYFS lead
Things to remember:
Monday- Homework/book swap
Afternoon Forest school (own clothes)
Wednesday- Talk 4 baking
Thursday- Morning Forest school (own clothes)
Friday- Floor books
Understand what's behind your child's play and help them learn by observing patterns of behaviour or "schemas".
for more information.
This half term our talk 4 baking activity is making pizzas.
Talk 4 baking is based on talk 4 writing. It is strong and powerful because it is based on the principles of how children learn.
It enables children to imitate the language they need for a particular topic. During our talk 4 baking activity children put actions to words and this enables the children to actively remember the words in the sequence.
Schemas are patterns of behaviour that appear through children's play. Schemas are an important part of children's development and knowing about these play urges can help you understand why children are so determined to do things in a certain way.
For more information you can watch this short video
P4C is an approach to learning and teaching. Children are taught how to create their own philosophical questions. The teacher becomes the facilitator and the children discuss a line of enquiry as a focus.
P4C is a regular activity in nursery, so that children develop their skills and understanding over time.
P4C has an impact on children's cognitive, social and emotional development.
Children develop confidence and self-esteem through hands on learning in the natural environment.
Forest School promotes holistic development and gives children the opportunity to risk take and self-regulate.
Children are able to investigate, test and maintain curiosity in the world around them and given encouragement to direct their own learning through play.
Forest School promotes emotional growth as well as independence; it instils a deep respect and awareness for the natural world and reconnects them to their environment.