Nursery

Here you will find the latest information, useful information and any other important news regarding Nursery.On the right hand side, you will also find downloadable copies of all the class newsletters; these outline the work your children will be doing in each specific half term.

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Autumn 2 Recommended Reading List for Nursery


Ten Little Night Stars by Deb Gruelle


Ten Little Night Stars is a sweet bedtime counting book perfect for the youngest readers. One by one, the stars come out in the night sky as cute and cuddly animals go through their bedtime routines. Written by Deb Gruelle-great-great-grand-niece of Johnny Gruelle, the creator of Raggedy Ann and Andy-Ten Little Night Stars is the perfect bedtime story for parents and children alike.


I Love You to the Moon and Back by Tim Warnes

When the sun comes up, Big Bear and Little Bear think of new ways to share their love. Big Bear loves Little Bear more and more as each day passes, right up to each new moon – and back. 


The Very Lonely Firefly by Eric Carle


A light-up surprise for the youngest child from Eric Carle, creator of The Very Hungry Caterpillar. As the sun sets a little firefly is born. The very lonely firefly sets off into the darkening sky, flashing its light as it searches for other fireflies. It sees many lights - including a light bulb, headlights, the reflecting eyes of a dog, cat and owl and finally some fireworks glittering and shimmering - until at last it finds the firefly friends it was looking for. Now the firefly isn't lonely any more.

 

 

Medium Term Plans

2020-21

Autumn Term 2

English

Maths

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Where does the day go at night?

Autumn Term 1

English

Maths

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Who Lives in my House?

2019-20

Summer Term 2

English

Maths

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What will we find at the seaside?

Summer Term 1

English

Maths

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What will you find at the bottom of the garden?​

Spring Term 2

English

Maths

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What would you find at the farm?​

Spring Term 1

English

Maths

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What colours can we see?

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