Welcome to our Early Years Foundation Stage.

Nursery and Reception are made up of four classes: Nursery AM and Nursery PM, RL and RS.

Our gabulous teachers are Mrs Fox, Miss Smith, Miss Lundy and Mrs Shenton.

We are also lucky to have our brilliant supporting staff: Mrs Murray, Mrs Binns, Mrs Sullivan, Mrs Saxby, Mrs Atkinson and Miss Scullion.

 

Over the Autumn term, as well as following the children’s interests, we have looked at stories such as The Gruffalo, Owl Babies, Room on a Broom, Whatever Next and The Rainbow Fish.

We visited Saltwell Park to look at seasonal changes and we also went to Gateshead library.

We carried out activities around Halloween and Bonfire Night and talked about how children celebrate these festivals at home. Some children don’t celebrate them at all!

Chick Watch!

The 9 chicks are getting bigger and stronger every day. They have now moved to their bigger tank. They having been getting lots of cuddles. The nursery children have been loving exploring them....

Chick Watch!

Exciting news! There are 9 chicks today! They are making lots of lovely cheeping sounds and they keep falling asleep.  They seem very happy to be in nursery.  we will continue to keep you posted on all chick related...

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What we’ve been learning

We had a great day out on Tuesday.

We wallked to Caedmon Hall at Gateshead Library  to watch a performance, The Littlest Christmas Elf. It was great!

We also got to experience the first snowfall of 2017.

For National Anti-Bullying week, Reception children listened to the story of The Rainbow Fish. We discussed how to be kind and caring towards each other. We also talked about and practised sharing with different objects.

Miss Lundy brought in a real fish and octopus for us to look at.

As you can see, we were fascinated!

We like to use the laptops. We often play maths games on them.

As a special Golden Time treat we welcomed special visitors from Nursery. Thunder and Lightening the guinea pigs. We were very gentle with them and we fed them some pear.
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