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Welcome back children! (March 2021)

 

 

Hello children and parents of Nursery!

 

We are so delighted to be able to open school for all of our Holy Trinity family. It will bring us great joy to see you on Monday 8th March, bright and early! The teachers have already been busy preparing for the 4 weeks of school which will take us up to the Easter holidays. 

 

Although we will be back together again, some things in school will remain slightly different as we all get used to being together again in the classrooms. 

 

There will be a heavy focus on our Prime Areas of Learning these being Communication and Language, Physical Development and Personal, Social and Emotional Development.  We will provide lots of opportunities to talk. It is so important that we discuss our feelings, the changes we have faced and support the school community as it comes back together.

 

Over the first week we will be aiming to build up the children's stamina for learning, beginning with lots of opportunities to learn through play. We will reintroduce our school values; Love, Trust, Respect, Thanksgiving and Friendship and create some beautiful art and craft responses to each of these. 

 

To recapture the children's interest in learning, we will also be providing lots of play based activities which will capture imagination,  develop creative thinking and offer opportunities to explore and discover.

 

Getting back to formal full week learning will be difficult for us all after this period of lockdown. But as we always do at Holy Trinity, we will work together and succeed. 

 

If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact a member of staff. 

 

Thank you. 

Spring 2 Newsletter

Hello to parents and children of Nursery! laugh  (January 2021)

 

Due to Covid19, school is currently closed to most children. However, your teachers are still available to teach and support you.

 

Ms Aslam teaches Monday and Tuesday and Miss Abowath teaches Wednesday, Thursday, Friday.

Mrs Foulks, Mr Mahmood and the class teachers support the children within class.

 

It has been such a strange start to 2021 for us all. However, during this lockdown, learning must continue. Class teachers are setting remote learning daily via your child's class page on ClassDojo.

 

Please head over to our Home Learning tab to learn more, or log straight onto Class Dojo to see which lessons await laugh

Snapshot of Home Learning

    Spring 1 

We hope you have had a wonderful Christmas break. This term the Nursery page will provide you with all the information you need. Please read the newsletter for Spring 1 to see what the children will be learning after the Christmas break. You can visit the home learning page for weekly homework activities. The snapshot for learning page on the website consists of pictures and videos that reflects the children's learning in the classroom. If you have any questions speak to Mrs Aslam or Miss Abowath at the gates. Thank you for your continued support.

Spring 1 Newsletter

Autumn Term 2

We hope you had a restful half term holiday! This half term on the website you will find an Autumn newsletter that informs you about our topics and learning content for the term. Soon we will be posting pictures of all the fun activities and play based learning that have gone on in our classroom. Please visit the home learning page on our website, on this page you will find lots of activities, videos and other learning material to keep you busy at home.

 

Thank you 

 

Miss Abowath and Ms Aslam

 

 

 

 

Nursery AM Christmas Party: Tuesday 15th December 2020!

 

Nursery PM Christmas Party: Wednesday 16th December 2020!

 

Please come dressed in Christmas party clothes. 

Autumn Leaves

Five Little Ducks | Kids Songs | Super Simple Songs

Watch this video and MUCH more in the Super Simple App for iOS! โ–บ http://apple.co/2nW5hPdOne of our favorite kids songs! ""Five little ducks went out one day...

One Elephant Went Out To Play- Counting Song

Before your child can count objects they must count orally. Secure your child's oral counting skills from 1-5 using this elephant song. Pause the video and talk about how many animals are on the spiders web.

Exercise, Rhyme and Freeze

Rhyme and Freeze if a fun way to exercise and learn all about rhyming words!

MEG AND MOG MEGS CAULDRON

This term in Literacy we are reading Meg and Mogs Cauldron.

LEAF MAN READ ALOUD - WITH TEACHER RESOURCES.

This term one of our focus reading books is Leaf Man by Lois Ehlert. Please read this with you child and watch the video.

Stick Man - by Julia Donaldson

The world is a dangerous place for Stick Man. Will he ever find his way home?

The Gruffalo - Read by Alan Mandel

The Gruffalo is one of our focus text in Literacy. Read the story with your grown up at home.

 Welcome to Holy Trinity Primary School Nursery

 

Nursery Teachers

Mrs Aslam (Monday and Tuesday)

Miss Abowath (Wednesday, Thursday and Friday) 

Class Support

Miss Foulkes (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday AM)

Mr Mahmood (Wednesday PM, Thursday, Friday) 

 

Our main aim during nursery, in the first few weeks, is to ensure that each and every child feels safe, settled and secure whilst developing positive relationships and bonds with other children and adults. 

 

We understand that this year's start to nursery will be very different. But there are things you can do to prepare your child

 

Please click on the links below to find some very helpful information about preparing for and supporting your child in Nursery.

 

 

 

 

Things to Remember:

Spare Clothes 

Please bring in a set of spare clothes (top, bottoms, underwear, socks) in a labelled bag. If your child is not toilet trained please make sure you send in some nappies and wipes too. 

 

PE

There are 2 PE sessions with a coach in Nursery. 

This term we are focussing on DANCE. 

If your child comes  to nursery in the MORNING the PE session is on a MONDAY.

If your child comes to nursery in the AFTERNOON the PE session is on a THURSDAY

Either way please make sure your child comes to school in their PE Kit on the day of their session

( White T shirt, Black zipped top, black joggers, black trainers/pumps) 

 

Water Bottle

Please make sure your child brings in a bottle of water to school. Remember to put your child's name on it. 

 

Snack Money

Your child is provided with a healthy snack every day, we ask for a contribution of £1 a week. Thank you. 

 

Start and Finish Times 

Morning Children:

8.50am- 11.45am

 

Afternoon Children:

12.15pm-3.10pm

 

Please make sure your child comes to school on time and is picked up promptly. If you are going to be late please ensure you inform the school office. 

 

If your child will not be coming to nursery please ring the school office in the morning. 

It has been such a busy start to Autumn 1 and the children in Nursery have settled in so well. We have already started learning so much. Here are some links to songs and stories we have been enjoying so far.

 

Attached below is the Autumn 1 Newsletter for Nursery

 

 

 

 

 

Owl Babies Picture Book Animation

Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.

This is one of our favourite settling in stories! We also love Goldilocks and the Three Bears. 

Goldilocks and the Three Bears by Oxbridge Baby

Description: Watch Goldilocks and the Three Bears now. For more Fairy Tales, Nursery Rhymes, Kids Songs and Preschool Learning Videos click here: https://www...

We have read this story in class. We learnt about Neligan's farm animals and the sounds that they make.  This story made us laugh! 

Old MacDonald Had A Farm (2018) | Nursery Rhymes | Super Simple Songs

๐Ÿท ๐Ÿ„๐Ÿฎ๐Ÿ‘ฉโ€๐ŸŒพ ๐ŸŽถOld MacDonald had a farm. E-I-E-I-O. And on that farm he had a pig. E-I-E-I-O. With an oink oink here. And an oink oink there.๐ŸŽถLearn to make animals...

We loved learning about the farm animals! 

This week we have been reading the book 'Room on the Broom.' The children have really enjoyed the story. We have painted pictures, made character masks, dressed up as the witch and looked at the animals going on the journey on the broomstick. 

 

Take a look at our photos! 

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