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Jonas (Nursery)

Welcome to Jonas class. Please follow our class twitter @MissMcArdle81

Nursery Class 2022 - 2023

Hello everyone, welcome to our nursery class web page. We hope that you find the information on here useful and it gives you an insight into some of the learning and experiences that take place in our class. 


Spring term - term 2

Welcome back after our February half term!

Our topic for this half term we will be 'Ready, Steady, Grow!' and we will be learning about farming and where our food comes from. We will also be preparing for Spring and planting seeds and bulbs and looking out for signs of spring.

We also take into consideration the children's interests and ideas and our family worker sessions allow for the children to plan activities relating to their interests. We take one of the children's interests and use a PLOD (possible lines of direction) to plan their learning activities. All the other children in the group join in with these activities.

A big welcome to our new children and their families. I'm sure that they will enjoy coming to our nursery and will make lots of new friends.

I am here to offer help and guidance to parents with any concerns or queries that you may have. Please feel free to contact me in school.

Miss McArdle - Nursery Teacher

Mrs Hughes - Nursery Nurse


Reception class September 2023 - Application process has closed. Please complete a late application form via Liverpool City Council website for a place in our Reception class.


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.
  • Putting on socks and shoes.


Snack Money

Nursery snack money is £1 per week and helps towards the cost of daily snack for children, play dough ingredients and items for cookery activities. Thank you for your continued support.