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Class N - Rebecca Kennedy

Welcome to Windmill Nursery's web page!

 
GENERAL INFORMATION
 
Nursery Contact Number – 01952 386367
 
Session Times – Morning 8.45am – 11.45am
                          Afternoon 12.30pm – 3.30pm
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Staffing
 
Rebecca Kennedy  Teacher/Blue Group Leader
 
Iola Purcell Yellow Group Leader/Early Years Practitioner
 
Jessica Butcher Red Group Leader/Early Years Practitioner
 
 
 
STAR OF THE WEEK
Nursery are now participating in the Star of the Week Award. Each Friday we choose one pupil from each of the Morning and Afternoon sessions who we feel most deserve this award. They will receive one of Mr Gibbon's special sticker rewards presented at the end of their Nursery session.
 
STARS OF THE WEEK  for week beginning 30th October: Kacey(Morning nursery) and Princess
(Afternoon nursery). Well done!
 
AUTUMN 2017
 
This half term our topic is Houses and Homes.We shall be thinking about where we live and also different sorts of houses. We shall be looking at the Three Little Pigs story and finding out what happened to them!
 
REMINDER
 
Don't forget to check in the home group areas for your children's 
targets. These are changed regularly when your child achieves his/her next steps and their achievement is celebrated on the Wow! Boards.
  
Remember to change your Bedtime Book every day. We have lots of brilliant stories to choose from.
 
  
WHAT DO WE TEACH YOUR CHILD?
  
Children within the Foundation Stage follow the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum (EYFS). There are seven areas of learning. These are;
 
Personal, Social and Emotional Development
Making relationships, self-confidence and awareness, managing feelings and behaviour.
 
Physical Development
Moving and handling, health and self-care
 
Communication and Language
Listening and attention, Understanding, Speaking
 
Literacy
Reading, Writing
 
Mathematics
Numbers, shape, space and measures
 
Understanding the World
People and communities, the world, technology
 
Expressive Arts and Design
Exploring and using media and materials
Being imaginative
  
Staff make observations of the children’s interests and enjoyments and plan themes and daily activities around their interests.