• Miss Dagnall

    Canada Class Teacher Monday-Wednesday

    Head of PE

  • Miss Hardy

    Canada Class Teacher Thursday and Friday

A big welcome to all of our new children who have started with us this September and we welcome back all our children who were with us before.
Miss Dagnall is the class teacher Monday-Wednesday and Miss Hardy is the class teacher Thursday and Friday. The class is supported by Mrs Shuttlewood, Mrs Stainer, Miss Hallett and Miss Rose.
In Nursery we plan from the children's interests and we have began to introduce the curiosity approach in the setting, limiting plastic and introducing natural resources.
Key Dates Autumn Term 1:

Wednesday 5th September: Nursery closed for 1:1 meetings with new nursery children

Thursday 6th September: Nursery open for returning Nursery children

Monday 10th September: New Nursery children start

Wednesday 24th October: Teacher Training Day (half term starts for children)

Monday 5th November: Autumn Term 2 starts

OPEN MORNING- Wednesday 10th October
9.30 or 11.30 talk and tour of the school
Please contact the main school office to book on
What your child needs in Nursery
  • Coat
  • Wellies
  • Spare Clothes 
  • Water bottle
  • hat
  • suncream

In nursery, the children learn, by playing and exploring, being active, and being creative and critical thinkers. This takes place both indoors and outside throughout the year. During this half term we will be spending lots of time in our nursery outdoor area where children will be busy planting bulbs and improving their gross motor skills.

This half term we will be busy settling all our new children into our class routine, talking about our class rules. Children will be introduced to Marshmallow the monkey;  who loves to be looked after by the children. Each week children will be chosen to take Marshmallow home, to look after and then his diary can be filled in with all of the exciting things he has done with the children.

In Nursery, your children will have a named member of staff, known as a key person. They will spend time with their keyperson towards the end of the Nursery session and in small groups will share where they have enjoyed learning that day and who with.

We also keep track of your children’s learning development by recording observations and placing them in their own learning journey. You too can contribute towards your child’s learning journey by recording an observation on the parents communication sheet which is located by the red box in the cloak room.

Pick up and drop off procedure

Children attending the morning session should enter through the cloakroom door. This door will be unlocked at 8:45 am by a nursery member of staff who will register your child. This door will be locked at 9:00am. Any children arriving late, after 9:00am will need to ring the Children’s Centre door and wait for a member of staff to let them in.

Children arriving for breakfast club before 8:45, leaving Nursery at 11:45 or arriving at 12:15 will continue to use the Children’s Centre entrance.Adults collecting children at the end of the Nursery day, at 3:15pm, are asked to wait under nursery’s sheltered area. Your children will have their belongings, ready for you to collect. A member of staff will then dismiss your children to you. Please let staff know if somebody else is picking your child up.