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Learning Packs

Thank you to everyone who has taken a learning pack and completed work. We have thoroughly enjoyed looking at what the children have been up to and the activities they have completed. If you would like to send us any pictures of what your child has been up to at home, please feel free to email on my address below. 


We are carrying on with our topic 'Woodland Animals'. This week we are finding out facts about bats! We have been sounding out b-a-t and drawing bat pictures. We have read the story of 'The Gruffalo' and watched 'The Gruffalo's Child'.

We have been enjoying watching the video of the teachers performing the actions for 'Owl Babies' and we are trying hard to learn the actions!

We are enjoying singing our Nursery Rhymes of the week 'Twinkle Twinkle' and 'Mary Mary'. We have even been adding taps, claps and stomps to the beat to incorporate our Phase One phonics. 


Please see new videos below for this week.


We miss our friends lots and hope to see them soon!

Take care, love The Nursery Team :) 





Update on Learning Packs  11.01.21


Nursery Learning Packs are now available to collect from school. Please phone the school to arrange to pick up a pack. A new pack will be provided each week on a Monday.  Please return the completed work for marking when you collect a new pack.


Thank you


Mrs Brett- Class Teacher

Ms Blair- Teacher all day Friday.

Mrs Cousins- Teaching Assistant Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. 

Mrs Babcock - Teaching Assistant Monday and Friday. Speech and Language Support Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. 


This Years Topics:

Autumn One


Talk for Writing Text: Traditional Tale - The Gingerbread Man


Autumn Two

                         People Who Help Us                     

 Talk for Writing Text: Traditional Tale - The Three Little Pigs


Spring One

                   British Woodland Animals              

 Talk for Writing Text: Story - Owl Babies


Spring Two

                                    Fairy Tales                                   

Talk for Writing Text: Traditional Tale - Jack and the Beanstalk


Summer One


 Talk for Writing Text: Story - The Hungry Caterpillar


Summer Two


Talk for Writing Text: Story - The Little Green Dinosaur 

Spring One


Happy New Year!


Hello everyone. I do hope you all had a lovely Christmas. I have missed everyone and am so sad and sorry that we are in the position where school has to be closed again, but please be reassured that we will do everything we can to support you and your children with education at home. 


In Nursery we will continue our learning with our planned topic British Woodland Animals and each week we will provide a home learning pack with resources for you to use and clear guidance on related activities to complete.

More details to follow regarding when you can collect the packs.


Additionally, we will put links to helpful websites for home learning and supportive educational TV programmes, on the school website, so do check in on this class page weekly. 


If you are happy to send me photographs of your children learning at home  to share on our class webpages please was a lovely way to keep in touch during the last lockdown. I am available after 3.00 pm each day to speak to about any concerns to answer questions about the tasks or simply for a friendly chat and catch up with the children, just give me a call. 


You can email me and/or send pictures to my email address:


I hope we can all be together again soon.

Take care and be safe

Love from Mrs Brett 

Home Learning - Week One


This Terms Story is Owl Babies

Five Currant Buns In A Baker's Shop | 5 | NURSERY RHYME | RainbowRabbit | Counting Song |

We have been enjoying learning 'Five Currant Buns in a Baker's Shop'.
Please encourage your child to match their fingers to the number. You could also write numbers 1-5 and cut them out. You could then ask your child to show you the correct numeral whilst singing the song, have fun! :)

Spotify - - Play...

3 Fun Facts About Bats!

Bat facts! Watch the video and ask your child what they can recall. You could write it and ask them their favourite fact!

You don't have to be Batman to think bats are awesome! Learn some fun facts about these furry flying mammals.----------Like SciShow? Want to help support us,...

The Gruffalo's Child Read Aloud

In this sequel to THE GRUFFALO, the Gruffalo's Child goes out to find the Big Bad Mouse she has heard so much about. Follow along as Julia Donaldson delivers...

Owl Babies Picture Book Animation

The Gruffalo - Read by Alan Mandel

The Gruffalo

The Gruffalo is a modern classic written by the incomparable Julia Donaldson and beautifully illustrated by Axel Schef...

Percy The Park Keeper After The Storm

How Many Fingers? | Kids Songs | Super Simple Songs

Please watch the 'How many fingers on one hand?' and ask your child to count along and match their fingers to the number.

Watch videos from Super Simple in the Super Simple App for iOS! ► Many Fingers is a super simple kids song to practice counting wi...

Autumn Two


Welcome back! We hope you had a good break. Thank you for helping your children to settle so well into school. They have settled so well and come into Nursery with big smiles on their faces every day!


We would like to know all the positive achievements your child does at home, so please keep the WOW notes coming in and we will look forward to celebrating them with the children. Examples could be anything from, playing nicely with their siblings, to tidying their bedrooms!


We will soon begin our new topic, 'People Who Help Us' and our new traditional tale is 'The Three Little Pigs'. We have lots of exciting activities for your child to take part in, such as role playing the 'Three Little Pigs' in the Home Corner to dressing up as 'People Who Help Us' outside. 


Christmas is also coming up, unfortunately it won't be quite the same this year as we are unable to put on a performance, but we will still be doing lots of Christmas crafts with the children, reading the 'Nativity' story and learning some Christmas songs. 


Thank you for paying your tuck every week! 


A couple of reminders:

Nursery times are 8.45-11.45

Please could we ask only one parent to pick up and drop off.


To keep the children as safe as possible, we are asking that only Nursery children are allowed to 'touch' the climbing frame and outside resources at this current time. Thank you.