Important: In these uncertain times, we expect that the children will be using computers and the internet more than ever, so safer internet messages are particularly important. Please refer to our INTERNET SAFETY page for regular updates and advice. 

Welcome to Nursery!

Teacher:   Mrs Banwell           Teaching Assistant:   Mrs Morgan

Nursery Contact email: nursery@stannsrcprimary.co.uk

Lots of fabulous work in Red Bubble this week, based on the book "Zog" by Julia Donaldson (w/c 29th June)

Our week in Red Bubble (w/c) 22nd June

Red Bubble (w/c 15th June)

Our "Rainbow" Stars of the Week

                     A Super Bug Hotel        

 

 Home Learning

Click here for Nursery Home Learning Plan wc 29th June

Links for activity sheets:

Zog Story    Cornflour Gloop Recipe   Nursery Carpet Rules    Counting Castles and Knights   Castles and Knights Colouring   Castles and Knights Pencil Control    Castles and Knights Maze Activity    Dragon Craft     Dragon Pencil Control

 Click for Nursery Home Learning Plan wc 22nd June

Click for Nursery Home Learning Plan wc 15th June

Click for Nursery Home Learning Plan wc 8th June

Click for Nursery Home Learning Plan wc 18th May 

Click for Nursery Home Learning Plan wc 11th May

Click for Nursery Home Learning Plan wc 4th May 

Click for Nursery Home Learning Plan wc 27th April

Click for Nursery Home Learning Plan wc 20th April 

Click for Nursery Home Learning Plan wc 6th April

Click for Nursery Home Learning Plan wc 30th March 

Nursery Planning - Week Commencing 23rd March  

Please find a list of useful and fun websites that will support your child whilst they are learning at home.  Home Learning Websites

 

Nursery: Suggested Timetable

Morning

5 minutes counting 1-20 (and beyond)

10 minutes Maths

10 Minutes Phonics

Afternoon

5 minutes name writing/ fine motor

10 minutes listening to a story

10 minutes topic

 

             
             

 

 

 

 

 

 

Links with St Ann's Parish

Fr. Ged (our Parish Priest) is a familiar face in school and the children are used to seeing him popping into their classrooms to say hello.  When the government announced that Churches were to close, Mrs McGarry (our RE Coordinator) shared a photograph with Fr. Ged of an Italian priest who had asked his parishioners to send him photographs of themselves so that he could print and display them on the pews so that his Church did not feel so empty.  Fr. Ged loved this idea so much that he has invited parishioners and families from this parish to do the same. Many people, including a couple of our teachers, have taken up this invitation and have sent Fr. Ged photos to display in St Ann's Church. If you wish to send a photograph of yourself or your family to be displayed then the details of this are on the Parish Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/StAntonyofpaduaStretford/

Fr. Ged continues celebrate Mass each day and shares these Masses with us via the Parish Facebook page.​​ Why not visit the page to see the wonderful pictures that Fr. Ged has displayed (some of which have been drawn and painted by our school children).  He will continue to post videos of the Masses during the closure which you are very welcome to view, at your leisure. 

 

 

 

 

 

   

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 



P.E. Day

Every Wednesday afternoon and every Thursday morning.

Full P.E. kit is not required.  Children just need black pumps.

 

Suggested Reading List

Rhyming story books:

Dear Mother Goose

By Michael Rosen and Nick Sharratt

Oi Frog!

By Kes Gray and Jim Field

Chocolate Mousse for Greedy Goose

By Julia Donaldson and Nick Sharratt

Walking Through the Jungle

By Julie Lacome

The Gruffalo

By Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler

Duck in the Truck

By Jez Alborough

Sharing A Shell

By Julia Donaldson and Lydia Monks

One Night in the Zoo

By Judith Kerr

Where’s My Teddy?

By Jez Alborough

There’s an Ouch in My Pouch

By Jeanne Willis and Garry Parsons

Traditional fairy tales such as:

The Three Little Pigs, Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Little Red Riding Hood, The Gingerbread Man, The Elves and the Shoemaker, The Princess and the Pea, Chicken Licken, The Magic Porridge Pot.

Traditional Nursery Rhymes:

Humpty Dumpty, Hickory Dickory Dock, Incey Wincey Spider, Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary, Two Little Dickie Birds, Polly Put the Kettle On, Jack and Jill, Hey Diddle,Diddle, Pussy-Cat, Pussy-Cat, I’m a Little Teapot.

 

Useful websites

CBeebies

CBeebies Nursery Rhymes

School Radio - Nursery songs and rhymes - BBC

Phonics Play

Top Marks