EYFS 1 Albert Einstein Class
Welcome to the Nursery
We are the Albert Einstein Class
For more information and details about our Nursery, please see the EYFS page.
The Nursery Team is:
Miss Ruth Miller- Teacher
Mrs Niki Hugh- Nursery Nurse
Miss Emily Collins- Teaching Assistant
Mrs Louise Collins- SENCO
The Nursery children came into Nursery this week to find an exciting box filled with lots of wonderful resources related to our new topic: 'I see the sea'
You can see some of our questions we created together on our most recent Topic newsletter below.
The Brighter Smiles Tooth Brushing Club
The Nursery children have joined 'The Brighter Smiles Tooth Brushing Club'this means we will all be brushing our teeth in Nursery every day!
We have found a great song to help remind the children how to brush carefully for 2 minutes, you could use the song at home too. Please encourage your child to brush their teeth at home twice a day!
The Nursery Team have been trained to support your child in developing good oral hygiene.
Click on the Brush Bus below to open the link below
For more information please speak to one of the Nursery Team.
Our Focus Author
In Nursery we are looking at one author each term.
This term our focus author is...Allan Ahlberg
He has written some of our favourite stories, such as 'Burglar Bill', 'Cops and Robbers','The Jolly Postman', 'Each Peach, Pear Plum' to name but a few.
Children’s author Allan Ahlberg has written more than 100 books including Peepo! illustrated by his late wife Janet. His books have been widely read and loved by children all over the world.
We look very carefully at each book, turning each page carefully from the first to the last page.
We follow the text from left to right and from the top to the bottom of each page. We have also found out how we can use the illustrations to help retell the story, we also look at the character’s expressions to help us understand how they are feeling.
The Nursery and Reception children of St. Martin’s C of E Primary School walked to the cenotaph on Wednesday 8th November to lay their token of remembrance.
Each child created a poppy to remember the sacrifices made not just by the Armed Forces of the past, but by today’s generation too.
We will remember them.