All Saints Nursery

Welcome to the All Saints Nursery class page,

Every Autumn we usually invite parents into school to share with you learning strategies and expectations to support your child with learning in Warfield Nursery. This year we have had to record these presentations for you to view at your leisure in the comfort of your own home. Please click on the link below to view a Nursery presentation. There is also a Powerpoint presentation in the attachments below to give you further information about your children's learning journey in Warfield Nursery.

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New parents January 2021, please find a link to a short video clip to share with your child about starting Nursery. 

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1DRJ0_Tt1E2jhnMDhw0gYPqImGeir4u3Q/view


Dear Parents and carers

Welcome to Warfield Nursery and our website.

All Saints Nursery staff are Mrs K Draper Class Teacher, Miss B Knight Nursery Assistant, Mrs N Pond Nursery Assistant, Mrs K Mulcahy Nursery Assistant and Mrs D Nibloe Lunch cover.

Here you will find key information about our learning for this term and other useful information. As we are still working under Government guidelines due to the COVID 19 pandemic we are sorry but parents are limited within the Nursery building. We ask you to say goodbye your child at the door and staff will support your child putting things on their peg. This is an essential independent skill for your child, it is just happening much earlier than we would like. As children enter Nursery they will wash their hands and at regular points during the day. We do ask if you can limit the things children bring. They may leave their bag with “spare clothes “on their own peg for the week. Please write your child’s name on the labels on all children’s clothing especially coats and jumpers.  Please provide a full change of clothes in your child's bag.

All children should have a named drinks bottle and named lunch box. We politely ask that no nuts or eggs are included in their lunch boxes due to allergies.

Please dress your child in waterproof shoes and a warm, waterproof coat with hat, scarf and gloves, now that the weather is cold and wet. If you have some wellington boots at home do please send these to Nursery too. We will provide access to our large outside area in all kinds of weather, as outside learning is such an important part of our curriculum.

Our Learning this term is Traditional Tales. We have attached documents to give you more details about what your child will be learning with us at Nursery and how you can support your child at home. We will also be spending time settling new children this term as it is a very new experience for them and many children have not been away from parents before.

As we are a school Nursery we start the children learning phonics, Phase 1 and then progressing to Phase 2. We also introduce Early Number, shape and counting to the children. Please do ask if you have any questions about these two important areas and how you can support at home. Please see the attached Topic Plan and Home learning documents for more ideas of how you can support your child's learning.

We are looking forward to getting to know your children and our new families this term. If you have any queries / questions, please do not hesitate to ask one of the Nursery team and we will try our best to answer them for you.

 Mrs K Draper

All Saints Nursery




Animals Home learning Spring 2.pdf

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Amazing Animals Topic Map Spring 2.pdf

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EYFS Powerpoint - Your Child's Learning Journey in Warfield Nursery.pdf

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Recommended books for nursery age children.pdf

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Proud Cloud Template.pdf

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All Saints Nursery Allergies Poster.pdf

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Mrs Draper reads "Peace At Last"

Mrs Draper reads "Lost and Found"

Mrs Draper reads "The Gingerbread Man"