Miss Clarke, Miss Mesjasz and Miss Oakes
A warm welcome to family and friends of Nursery C. Our class page is frequently updated to share our fantastic learning and exciting experiences in Nursery.
Our Nursery day is always a busy one, filled with lots of exciting activities support to your child's development in all areas of the early years curriculum.
I have a question!
If you have any curriculum specific questions please does not hesitate to send an email to the following address:
It would also be fantastic to hear all about your home learning experiences, so please share any pictures or videos of your children at home using the email address.
Every Friday we also send home a weekly home learning map. The weekly home learning support activities play an important role in ensuring your child has the best start to their school life.
If your need any guidance or support with this, a member of our Nursery team would be delighted to help!
From Monday 11th January, home learning will no longer be uploaded onto the class page. Please use the instructions provided in your home learning pack to log onto google classroom.
Your child's home learning packs can be collected from school.
If you have any problems setting up and accessing google classroom for your child please send a message to Miss Cotton;
Home learning map
Wednesday 9th - Friday 11th January
Hansel and Gretel story
Below is the home learning map for your child this week.
The learning map has lots of activities that can be completed using the interactive videos below and/or everyday objects from around the house.
If you have any questions regarding your child's home learning or would like to share any pictures and videos, please send an email to
Our text this week is
'We're going on a bear hunt'
Our learning journey so far...
We have begun our learning journey in Nursery by exploring nursery rhymes. We have been singing lots of songs with actions to help develop our listening, attention and awareness of environmental sounds. Below are some of our favourite songs we have learnt the words and actions to;
Self help skills
The children have begun to develop their independence with everyday activities such as toileting, changing some clothes, putting on shoes and eating with a knife, fork and spoon. You may notice they are also becoming increasingly independent at home too! Please continue to encourage your child to complete small everyday tasks and practice good hand washing by themselves.