Welcome to our Nursery class page!
Our class teacher is Miss Webster.
Our teaching assistants are Mrs Balshaw and Ms Devlin.
We hope that this page gives you all of the information about Nursery that you need, but of course if you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact one of our nursery members of staff.
We currently run morning nursery sessions Monday to Friday 8:45 am-11.45 am.
Litherland Moss Nursery is a warm and welcoming place where children are happy to play and learn. The children join us at 3 years of age and quickly settle into their new surroundings. We plan enriching learning experiences which aim to inspire the child inside and outside of the classroom.
We use a highly effective key-person system to ensure that children are able to develop strong relationships with staff. This has an extremely positive impact on their sense of self-esteem and feelings of emotional security. Staff provide children with clear and consistent boundaries to promote positive behaviour and praise them using our class ‘rainbow.’ We teach children to listen, be kind, gentle and play safely. To find out more, do phone, email or even better, call in and see for yourself. We look forward to meeting you!
Snack is £1 each week – this provides healthy food options daily for children to access independently.
PE takes place on Thursday mornings, please make sure your child wears suitable pumps or trainers. Please remove earrings or cover them prior to nursery.
Please ensure that your child has a spare change of clothes in their bag everyday.
Autumn-This term we will be learning ‘All About Me’:
As the children settle into nursery and their new routines we will be encouraging them to form positive relationships with their peers. As they begin to make new friends, they will be regularly interacting and communicating and will begin to learn from one another and about each other. These relationships will enable the children to learn important social and emotional skills. As we explore our ‘All About Me’ topic we will be learning about our bodies/five senses, how we are all different and about our family/pets.
We will also be exploring the autumn season! We will learn about the Harvest Festival and the changes to our outdoor environment.
Here are some of the books that we will be reading this term:
Our overview for the year:
How you can support at home:
All of the fun activities that you do with your child at home are very important in supporting your child’s early learning and development.
- Look at and read stories regularly with your child. Encourage them to tell you what is happening by looking at the pictures.
- Sing number rhymes, such as Ten Green Bottles, Five Little Ducks, Five Currant Buns etc.
- Allowing them to help with measuring out ingredients when baking.
- Collecting natural objects to make pictures and collages.
- Looking at print in the environment e.g. road signs, labels.
- Engaging in water play at bath time – filling and emptying containers.
- Allowing them to help with shopping.
- Solving problems e.g. how many scoops of sand will fill the bucket?
If you need any further help on how to extend your child’s learning at home please pop in, we are always here for any advice you may need!
What to expect when?
This document outlines all of your child’s areas of learning. You can use this as a guide to see what the next steps are for your child: