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WELCOME TO NURSERY

 

 

The Nursery Team
Mrs Bass: Teacher - Monday & Tuesday
Miss Burton: Teacher: -  Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Mrs Price: TA - Monday to Thursday
Mrs Davenport: TA - Weds AM & Friday

 

Autumn 1
This term out topic is 'Why do you love me so much". We will be learning about ourselves, our friends and family. We will be asking questions such as, What is special about me? How do we show people we care and how are people the same and different.
We would like you to send in a photograph of your child as a baby. All photos will be copied and returned to you. You can also email your photos to Miss Burton at f.burton@st-petersce.bham.sch.uk

 

Nursery Checklist 

Please ensure you name all of your child's clothes and possessions

You will need to bring the following into Nursery:

- A named water bottle

- Wellington Boots in a plastic carrier bag

- Black velcro strapped PE pumps

- A sun hat when the weather is bright

 - A warm coat, hat and gloves when the weather gets colder - We try and go outside whatever the weather!

Please note, you do not need to bring a spare change of clothes for your child (due to coronavirus we wish to keep the cloakrooms as clear as possible). Should your child need them, there are spare clothes in our Nursery cupboard).

 

Nursery Groups & Opening Times

Your child will be in one of the following groups. Please help to familiarise them with their animal group.

Full time 9am to 3pm - Monday to Friday: The Elephants
Part-time 8.45 to 3pm Monday to Tuesday and 8.45 to 11.30am Wednesday: The Giraffes

Part-time 12.30 to 3pm Wednesday and 8.45 to pm Thursday to Friday: The Zebras

 

                        

 

Please keep checking back here for more information.

HOME LEARNING

Food Glorious Food

 

Watch Miss Burton's videos to make your own sweet shop, cafe and host a teddy bear picnic - https://stpeters-ceps.primarysite.media/playlist/nursery

 

Food Activities:

Read Sam's Sandwich - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-vSwfshvBY and try and make your own sandwich

Listen to Miss Burton read Green Eggs and Ham https://stpeters-ceps.primarysite.media/media/green-eggs-and-ham-week-beg-8th-june. Are there any foods you don't like? Can you be brave like the cat in the story and try them again and see if you like them after all?

Make your own fruit kebabs - https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/rainbow-fruit-skewers (use whatever fruit you might have and if you don't have skewers you can use a straw or just line up the pieces on a plate)

Read Supertato - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M1nlJBkWGLo. Can you turn vegetables from your fridge into super heroes and super villains. Try acting out the story and see what ways you can find to trap the baddie!

Make your own weighing scales https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XxZ4HueoOX0 to use in your sweet shop https://stpeters-ceps.primarysite.media/media/week-5-29th-june-the-sweet-shop

 

Go Mad for Minibeasts

 

Watch teacher videos with activity ideas around this topic - https://stpeters-ceps.primarysite.media/playlist/nursery  

 

More activities: 
Build a minibeast hotel - https://www.rspb.org.uk/get-involved/activities/give-nature-a-home-in-your-garden/garden-activities/build-a-bug-hotel/

Watch how spiders make webs - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jp4XPoEZsk4. Make your own web by cutting holes or slits around a paper plate and winding string around. Make a pompom spider - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ee_diny88M 

Watch the life cycle of a butterfly - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQOFh1exp3A. Draw a butterfly and fold down the middle. Use paints to decorate the one side of the butterfly. Fold the paper in half, pressing down hard. Open up and you should have created a perfectly symmetrical butterfly.
Read 'Norman: The Slug with the Silly Snail' by Sue Hendra - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mL31GpJln5A. Draw a snail without a shell and explore your home to find your own funny shells for your snail, just like Norman.

Paint a minibeast pebble - 

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