Presentation on theme: "Welcome to St Adrian’s Nursery"— Presentation transcript:
1Welcome to St Adrian’s Nursery ‘To Learn, to love, to live’
2The Nursery Team Caroline Walter Jess Langton Sarah Storey Class Teacher Teaching assistant Class Teacher2 mornings every morning 3 mornings
3Our Day: Times Arrival- 9am. Wait in the junior playground until a member of staff opens the nursery door. Please don’t come through the nursery gate until this happens.End of session- 12pmAgain, please wait on the junior playground for the nursery door to open. You then come in to the classroom, where the children will be seated on the carpet. We will call them to come to you as we see you.Prompt- playgroup, teach in reception!
4Arrival routinesA member of staff will be on the door to welcome you. Please give us any brief messages at this point- if your child is going home with someone else, if they have had a bad night, etc. We will note this in our diary.Come in together.Drop book bag into colour group box.Say goodbyes- one kiss, one hug usually works well!Go and play with fidgety fingers equipment on their group carpet.
5Arrival RoutineWe discourage the children from bringing toys into nursery- lost/ damagedAppreciate they may need a comfort toy at the beginning/ at a random time- whatever suits the individual child.DON’T WORRY- all children eventually settle, and most do so within a short time after you’ve left. We will call you to let you know how they are if they have found it hard to leave you. It usually helps if you let a member of staff help and take over, even though it may be hard for you.Own son!
6Collection RoutineWe will make a list of people who will collect on a regular basis, and your child will be instantly dismissed to these peoplePlease tell us of any changes in the morning- if you don’t, we won’t let your child go home until we have telephoned you.Changes that happen last minute- traffic- please call the school office.2 members of staff will be dismissing the children, to ensure safety and to pass on any messages.PLEASE BEAR WITH US AS SAFELY DISMISSING ALL THE CHILDREN CAN TAKE TIME.
7Sickness/ MedicineSickness/ diarrhoea: Please keep your child off for at least 24 hours after their last episodePlease let us know about any allergies/ inhalers etc.You know your child- send them in with mild coughs/ colds- we will call you if very under the weather
8Our DayFidgety Fingers- about 10 min on the carpet as they arrive- Fine motor activities- small equipment for hand control.Welcome time- morning prayers, share news.
9Group time- Adult led activities Approx minsPre chosen activities that all children get the chance to take part inCould be in any area of the classroom- indoor or outdoor- small groups or whole class
10Learning through Play About an hour Free flow- indoors and outdoors Children chose what they would like to do from the equipment always available to them, and things that we have put out to coincide with a theme etc.Staff play along side and observe the children- comments and photos go in their Learning Journeys
12Foundation Tuesdays Join up with the Reception class Gather for a FS assembly in the hall- RE focusAccess to both classrooms, both indoors and outdoors.
13ClothingGood sensible footwear for running and climbing- we don’t have indoor/ outdoor shoes- can bring wellies.We will go out in the cold and drizzle- raincoatsNo tights on PE days (Mondays), if you remember! We don’t change for PE- just shoes and socks off.
14UniformUniform- introducing uniform from September- school jumper and white polo shirt from Stevensons. Navy joggers from anywhere. Summer- navy shorts from anywhere- PE shorts fine, then you can keep in ReceptionPLEASE NAME ALL CLOTHES
15Snack time In groups- social time Fruit first- encouraged to try. Milk or waterExtra snack- pitta and dips etc.Voluntary contribution of £3 a half term- cooking etc.
16Specialist sessionsPE- Mondays- opportunity to use the school hall. Apparatus, dance, athletics on the field, etc. Sports day in Summer term.Wednesdays- library day. Parent helpers. Bring book in every Wednesday.Thursdays- Music- 30 min session with specialist music teacher, in the hallICT- can use computer suite on a Friday
18CURRICULUMWe follow the EYFS 6 areas of learning curriculum which is very skills basedWe have a topic each half term that may have mini themes within it- we change direction sometimes according to the interests/ ideas of the childrenEach half term we will send out a curriculum info letter so you can see what’s going on- also a grid letting you know of any events/ things we would like you to bring in. CHECK WEBSITERE topic themes- four weekly
19Home/ School Contact Home visits Purple party to celebrate Advent- share Learning JourneysHot cross bun celebrationOpen eveningConsultationsAny time- always welcome to discuss concerns- make an appointment for extended chat
20Behaviour Safe, happy, healthy, make good choices, listen and learn Ask once nicely (warning 1)Twice firmly (warning 2- refer to thinking time)Thinking time- 1 minTime out- 3-5 min- repetitive behaviour- intentional hitting, bitingPE- sitting out time- lack of safety
21Learning JourneysBook for every child, containing observations, photos, work, next steps etc.Encourage you to contribute- ‘Wow moments’Continue the journey into Reception
22Thank you for your timeWe are really looking forward to seeing your children at the visits and in September/ JanuaryMore information- Letters and Sounds, Maths programme to follow!