Nursery

Mrs Stone, Mrs Lewis, Mrs Roberts and Mrs Ceyhan welcome you to our class.

Leeks are in the Nursery in the morning 09:00 until 11:40

Daffodils are in the Nursery in the afternoon 12:35 until 15:15


Library is every Friday. Please make sure you bring in your book bags.


Please ensure names are on ALL items of clothing- cardigans, jumpers, coats, etc.

Water bottles need to be brought in daily and filled with water ONLY.

Please ensure names are on all bottles.

We are a Healthy School and Nursery has fruit/vegetables weekly.

We will let you know when we are ready for PE kits. They need to be stored within a draw string bag, however it will be a while before we are ready to change completely. We are beginning with shoes and socks as well as putting on coats, cardigans and jumpers. Please name shorts and t-shirts.

You may want to include a spare set of clothes just in case of accidents.

Our topic this half term is called:

Paws, Claws and Whiskers

During this topic we will be having a visit from 'Cats Protection'. The topic has a creative development focus. It will enable children to develop their artistic skills and ideas using a range of expressive and creative processes by exploring the world of domestic and big cats.

Our first Pie Corbett story: The Owl and the Pussycat


In this project children will learn about:

    • Animals which are part of the cat family including domestic and big cats
    • Habitats in which they live both in the home and in the wild
    • The body parts of cats
    • Animal care, including organisations and charities that provide animal welfare
    • How to create 3D forms using modelling materials
    • How to record their ideas and creativity in two and three dimensional forms
    • How to sequence movements to sounds and music
    • Charitable work of different organisations that care for animals
    • Mark making, drawing and emergent writing
    • The Welsh language using words and phrases across a range of experiences in the indoor and outdoor environment


Nursery Termly topic overview for parents (1).docx