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Have a great Easter Holiday. School re-opens on Tuesday 23rd April.

 

Learning next week:

The children will be:  Playing with rhyming words.

                                      Naming and talking about 2D shapes - triangle, square, rectangle, rectangle, oval and hexagon.                                     

                                       Continuing to use the pictures to retell the story of Goldilocks.

Possible Nursery Closure due to election

The Nursery has been provisionally booked as a polling station on 2nd May and 23rd of May. The Borough has not confirmed these dates yet but we felt it might give you advanced warning as the Nursery would be closed. We will let you know as soon as we have any further information.

 

Important Reminder: Please remember we are a nut and sesame free school and any packed lunch you send in with your child should not contain these ingredients. Thank you.

Wellington Boots - if your child wears wellington boots to school could you please ensure that they have a pair of shoes to change into for indoor wear. Thank you.

 

PE sessions

We have started PE sessions this term

Bananas and Blueberries have PE on Wednesday morning

Grapes and Strawberries have PE on Thursday afternoon.

We are encouraging the children to take off shoes and socks/tights and jumpers independently then to put them back on again. Please could you support this by ensuring your child wears something easy to remove on their PE days. Thank you.  

 

 

Reminder 

Bananas and Blueberries go to the library on Friday morning

Grapes and Strawberries go to the library on Tuesday afternoon.

Please return books in good time so that your child can choose a new book to borrow. Thank you.

 

Thank you

Thank you to everyone who made donations of breadsticks or tissues. We now have plenty of both and will send out a new request when we are nearing the end of our supplies.

 

     

Water bottles and flasks - These should be clearly named as we have some children with the same bottles and it is a bit confusing ensuring they get the right one. Also the bottles should only have water in them.

Packed lunch -  Your child should bring a lunch on their allocated full day: Strawberries - Tuesday, Bananas - Wednesday and Grapes - Thursday.

Please ensure your child has no nut or sesame products and please can you cut any grapes in half to avoid a possible choking hazard. Thank you.

 

Before and after school.

Please do not let any children play on apparatus, especially bikes and scooters, whilst they are waiting with you to come into school or to leave the playground. Thank you.

 

BHSA Reps

Bananas: Tim Clyde, Alexandra Truong

Blueberries: Aamer Fatah

Grapes: Rena Chahal, Carly Hyams, Noemie Olivero-Walker

Strawberries: Jeannine Mosman

  

Reminder:

Coming into Nursery

When your child comes into Nursery they need to register themselves by putting their picture on the correct cupboard door. They then need to move into the cloakroom area and find another picture of themselves to use as a peg label. As we go through this first half term we will be expecting the children to be able to do this independently.

 

The gate will need to be locked at 9.10. If you are late arriving at school you will need to come in through the main entrance and register the children there. Thank you.

 

Bottles and flasks

Please can you make sure that your child's bottle or flask of water is clearly named as we have several similar flasks.

Thank you.

 

Calendar /Key dates

School re-opens 23rd May. 

Dress in orange day Thursday 2nd May for Strawberries and Grapes

                                      Friday 3rd May for Bananas and Blueberries

If Nursery is closed on the 2nd for an election then all groups can dress in orange on Wednesday - we will let you know nearer the time.

School Diary

 

Letters

 

 

Home Learning

Recent and extensive educational research has found that homework for primary aged children has minimal impact unless it reinforces learning and regularly allows children to rehearse and practise skills and facts e.g. times tables and spellings.

 

Helping your child with reading 

Nurturing young readers

 

 

 

Nursery Learning Tree