Welcome to Nursery – Ladybirds class
Home Learning January 2021
Happy New Year and welcome to Term 3! As we cannot be together at the moment you will find a weekly overview of home learning below with daily videos being published on Tapestry. I will post the plans in different languages on Tapestry but if you require them in a different language please email me or via Tapestry. Please keep in touch with photos and videos of your home learning via Tapestry or email: email@example.com
Every Monday a new whole school challenge will be set. Please find the link below.
Talking, understanding others and knowing what to say are really important skills. They help children make friends, learn and enjoy life to the full. See below for ways to support your child’s TALK.
We are so excited to be working in the Nursery class and look forward to learning through play using our amazing inside and outside environment.
Other adults you will meet are: Miss Cook – drama teacher, Mrs Dennison– gymnastics teachers. Mrs Dennison is also the Early Years Family support worker. Should you require any support please do not hesitate to contact her.
Wednesday – Nursery Library day in class. Please bring a book bag and we will help your child choose a book to bring home to read and share! Find somewhere quiet, talk about the pictures, ask questions to develop comprehension e.g. Why did Goldilocks go into the house? or I wonder why……..
Thursday is P.E days (gymnastics) so please remember to put your child in loose clothing (leggings for girls) and shoes/trainers they are able to take off/put on themselves e.g. Velcro shoes/trainers. We will be encouraging independence.
Tuesday and Friday are Forest school sessions so please provide sensible clothing for the environment and weather e.g. trousers, labelled wellington boots and waterproofs or sun hat/sun cream. (No open shoes allowed to protect their feet.)
The children love to get wet and muddy in their play so please leave a bag of labelled and spare clothes on their peg. If your child is using nappies then please supply nappies and wipes in a labelled bag on their peg too.
It has been discovered that if children know eight nursery rhymes by heart by the time they’re four years old, they’re usually among the best readers by the time they’re eight. Go to the BBC website link below to listen to and learn the most popular rhymes we sing at school –
TOPIC WEBS – Below are the topic webs for the year, please click on the links to view: