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Nursery & Reception

General Information




Nursery: Mrs O'Brien

Reception: Miss Atkin and Miss Hogg


Teaching Assistants: 

Nursery: Miss Mason

Reception: Mrs Mayfield



Children will come to school dressed in their uniform and will bring their PE kit in a labelled bag.


Some PE sessions will take place outside unless there are extreme weather conditions i.e. ice, snow or heavy rain.


Please ensure they have the appropriate kit e.g. jogging bottoms/leggings and a jumper/hoodie.


Outdoor learning:

Over the Autumn and Spring Term it can get very cold, please ensure your child wears a warm coat, hat and gloves as we will be outdoors everyday.


Home Learning:

Please support your child by reading to them as often as possible. Practising writing their name and ensuring that children can form their letters.


Each week, children will be sent home an activity to be completed in their home learning book. This will be a range of activities relating to their current topic, reading, phonics or maths that parents can complete with their children. Please do share photographs of your children carrying out the tasks by e-mailing them to (Reception) (Nursery) or share them with the year group's Twitter page. 


Spring 2

Food Glorious Food!


We will start our half term by focusing on different types of fruit and making our own fruit salad, like Oliver in our story 'Oliver's fruit salad'. We will move onto where we purchase our food from and create shopping lists to go shopping. After this, we will be delving deeper into where our food comes from, looking at the production and which foods come from plants and animals. We will be planting our own fruit and vegetable seeds in our allotment and the children will be looking at what the seeds need to grow. We will then take a trip around the food and explore different cuisines from other countries and having our own food tasting party!

Books to enjoy at home: 


Spring 2


Oliver's Fruit Salad by Vivian French 

Oliver, star of Oliver's Vegetables, is back from his healthy week eating vegetables at his grandpa's house. Suddenly, the fruit at home doesn't seem quite good enough for Oliver. What is his mum to do?



The Shopping Basket by John Burningham

Steven is sent out for groceries on to the mean street of the city with only a shopping basket for protection. There are several shady characters about who are offering to lighten the load of the basket by helping themselves to his provisions! Stephen's having none of it and with the help of some of the city's less attractive sights he outsmarts all of them and makes it home in time for tea.



Where Does My Food Come From? by Annabel Karmel 

Find out how eggs, cheese, tomatoes, pasta, strawberries, honey and chocolate are grown and made, and enjoy the fun, step-by-step food activities in each section too. Best of all, Annabel includes two fantastic, child-friendly recipes for each food. They're perfect for getting kids to create and eat wonderful meals with their favourite food – and for getting fussy eaters to try new foods too.


My Food, Your Food by Lisa Bullard

It's food week in Manuel's class. Each student tells about something special his or her family eats. Manuel learns that families have different food traditions. Some eat noodles with chopsticks. Others use a fork. Some families eat flat bread. Others eat puffy bread. What kind of food will Manuel share with his class? Join him to find out how deliciously different and alike food can be.


Luna's Yum Yum Dim Sum by Natasha Yim

On Luna's birthday, the whole family goes out for Chinese dim sum--but Luna and her brothers can't agree on how to share their pork buns fairly. How can three people divide up five buns? Should some siblings get more than others? Or should they cut the buns into smaller and smaller pieces so everyone gets the same amount?