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Welcome to Nursery

Settling in

 

We are busy settling in the new children and are so proud at how they are coming into the class with us. Our planning is currently based around the children's interests and learning important skills such as each other's names, how to listen, to follow a routine, using the equipment safely and correctly and sharing the toys. 

 

Once all the children have started we can inform you of our topic, what we will be learning about in school and how you can help at home. 

Class Dojo 

 

Well done for signing up to our Class Dojo. If you haven't done it yet, there is still time. We often post important messages, including activities we are learning about in class. 

 

Thank you for any messages that you send us. We do read them. Sometimes we cannot respond straight away as we are teaching or in a meeting. We will get back to you as soon as we can. 

 

HoneyBees

 

Don't forget your child has 9 free sessions in Honeybees. This needs to be used before Christmas. 

 

If your child is in Ladybirds or Tadpoles they would attend their normal nursery class then go to Honeybees from 11.25am -3.00pm.

 

If your child is in Caterpillars or Butterflies they would attend Honeybees 9.00am-12.25pm then go to their afternoon class. 

 

Drop off for Honeybees is at 9.00am outside Honeybees gate via the nursery playground. Pick up at 3.00pm outside the same gate. 

 

Once your sessions have all been used you can book extra sessions at a fee of £17.50 per session. 

 

Children will need a plastic packed lunch box with their name clearly displayed on the front. We are a nut free school, so no nuts and no sweets. Children do not need an extra drink, just their class water bottle. No juice please. 

 

Please speak to Mrs Dawson or your class teacher for a Honeybee form. 

Here is a link to some songs and rhymes you could sing with your child. 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p06kbsbz

Some parents have talked to us about their concerns when children are  using the internet. Here is a link with some ideas for supporting your family when accessing the internet.

 

http://www.childnet.com/ufiles/Keeping-Under-Fives-Safe-Online.pdf

 


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