Welcome to Nursery

Welcome to the Nursery page, here you can find out information about our nursery life and the learning and activities that we enjoy doing. 

Miss McArdle and Miss Stasik

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All Nursery children will receive a home learning pack with practical activities and ideas to do with your child at home.

Please continue to share stories with your child, talk to them and join in with their play. Remember physical development is vitally important in the early years therefore encourage children to use their gross motor skills such as running, jumping, climbing and balancing and not forgetting the fine motor skills such as jigsaws, play-dough and mark making.

All our parents do a great job in supporting the school and we are very grateful for your contribution. Keep it up!


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Nursery information

Miss McArdle is the Nursery Teacher and Miss Stasik is the Nursery Nurse. We also work closely with the staff in the Reception class.

Nursery operates two sessions a day, 5 days a week:

  • Morning class 8.30am - 11.30am
  • Afternoon class 12.15pm - 3.15pm

Snack money is £1 per week

PE sessions Thursday with Mr Lee, coach from Little Sports

Book bags are changed every Friday

Miss McArdle is out of class on a Thursday for management time and Nursery is covered by Mrs England.



We are learning about...

People Who Help us and the jobs that they do. We have been talking about people who work in the hospital and their different job roles and this week we will be learning about people who work in school.

Phonics - lots of listening games and activities and discriminating between sounds heard. We have also been practising some alliteration this week.

Numbers - reciting numbers in order to 20 and beginning to count back from 10. Recognising numerals between 0 - 10.


Everyday activities to help your child's learning and development

Parents and carers play a vital role in their child's learning and development and there are lots of activities you can do at home or when you are out that will help.

  • counting up and down the stairs
  • setting the table with correct amount of cutlery and plates
  • sorting the washing into groups e.g. pairing socks
  • listening to the sounds in the environment when walking to the shops/the park
  • using climbing equipment in the park to develop muscles and co-ordination
  • sharing a book and talking about the pictures and the story line
  • singing nursery rhymes
  • putting coats on independently and practising zips and fastening buttons.