Nursery 2020 - 2021

Miss Fletcher

Welcome to Nursery!

Meet the team:

Class Teacher / EYFS Leader: Miss N Fletcher


Nursery Support Staff:

Nursery Nurse: Mrs J Allen 

Teaching Assistant: Miss A Ellery


Miss N Fletcher - Class Teacher / EYFS Leader

Mrs J Allen - Nursery Nurse

Miss A Ellery - Teaching Assistant


We hope you are all staying safe and well during this time. Please find home learning tasks for Nursery under the 'Home Learning' tab. We look forward to seeing you all again soon! 

Miss Fletcher and the Foundation Stage Team.




We love to learn outside!

Every day in nursery we are so busy learning and exploring in the outdoor environment. Our large, well-resourced outdoor space combined with our bursting imaginations provides us with the ability to become:

Firefighters, chefs, bakers, gardeners, scientists, archaeologists, brick layers, builders, mechanics, artists, campers, athletes, musicians, story tellers, mathematicians, bus drivers, train drivers, machine operators – the list is endless!  



Forest School Fun!

We love to learn and explore in our fantastic forest school area!

We found Peter Rabbit hiding in a tree!

"Where is Peter Rabbit?"

"Let's leave some carrots for Peter's friends"

"We found him!"




Forest School Easter Egg Hunt!




How you can help smiley

  • Please ensure your child's name is in all their uniform. This helps us at the end of the session when handing out jumpers and cardigans.
  • Your child will bring a story book home every Friday, please return the following Friday so that it can be changed. Please spend time looking at the pictures and talking about the story with your child. Story time is a vital element in your child's communication & language development, preparing them to become writers and enthusiastic readers.
  • Encourage counting by counting as you climb stairs at home, in the supermarket etc. Notice and talk about numbers in the environment e.g. looking at numbers on doors, numbers on buses, numbers in shops etc.
  • Practise oral blending by saying some sounds such as c/u/p and see whether your child can pick out a cup from a group of objects. For segmenting practise you could hold up an object such as a sock and ask your child which sounds they can hear in the word sock?
  • Focus on the initial sounds of words by playing activities including I-spy and matching objects which begin with the same sounds e.g. glittery glass and sucky spaghetti.
  • Sing lots of nursery rhymes and counting songs e.g. Humpty Dumpty and '1,2,3,4,5 once I caught a fish alive'.


'Book and Bun' is so much fun!

Parents of Nursery children are invited into the Nursery classroom every Friday to share stories whilst having a drink of juice and a bun with your child.

Session Times

Morning Nursery:          8.15am-9.00am

Afternoon Nursery:       12.15pm-1.00pm

Please come along and join us to share our love of books and spend time with your child in their learning environment. This is a great opportunity to meet other parents and chat with Miss Fletcher and the other members of staff.

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