St. Francis - Nursery
Welcome to the Nursery class. My name is Mrs Szymczak and working alongside me is Mrs Hopkins. We are very exited about the year ahead.
We know that starting school is a huge step and our aim is to create calm, friendly and fun environment to ensure your children settle well.
Watch the space to see all the fun and exiting things we do in class!
Friday 20th January will be ‘Wear a Number to School Day’ when we are inviting all pupils to come to school wearing a number. Pupils can wear their own clothes but they must be wearing a number e.g sports top or hat etc. Please do not purchase any items. If your child does not own such an item, then simply stick a number of choice to their clothing.
Happy New Year Everyone and welcome back! We hope everyone had a lovely holiday. We are very happy to see the children back and looking so excited and refreshed. This week in Nursery, we have started our new topic ‘Imagine’ and children have been exploring our new role play area - Space. We have also enjoyed getting back into the Nursery routine and playing with our friends.
Happy New Year!
Welcome to the Spring Term!
It has been a pleasure to watch your children settle and grow, we will continue to upload this page to show their brilliant work.
Christmas Lunch & Christmas Jumper Day
Our Christmas Lunch and Christmas Jumper Day will be on Tuesday, December 13th.
Pupils are allowed to wear their Christmas Jumpers over their school uniform polo shirt and tracksuit bottom.
Children made a music/action map of the repeated text from the story 'We're going on the bear hunt', e.g. long wavy grass – waving arms and making a sh sound, river – splash water in a sealed bottle, mud – stamping feet, forest – waving crackly paper, snowstorm – shakers, cave – drum bang. After we decided to go on a bear hunt. We went through the wavy grass, cold river, oozy mud, dark forest and swirling snowstorm. Finally, we found a bear in the cave. Some of us got scared!
On Friday the 21st, we will have a Whole School Cultural Assembly. Children are welcome to wear their cultural clothes on that day.