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The Home Learning is based on the teaching and learning that the children would have been receiving in class. Home learning will be placed on the school website every Monday and is primarily for those children who are having to self isolate at home. Early Years Home Learning is designed for all children and their families to engage with at home and is designed to reinforce what is being learned in school.


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Week beginning 12th July


Hello Everyone,

Here we are at the end of another school year.  Your children have done amazingly well and have learned how to be resilient through these difficult times.  It is now time to make that transition into a new class.  Children will be visiting their new classrooms and teachers.  Those young Nursery children staying with us for another year are learning they too will have new friends and challenges next year. 

This week’s story is about a little crab who is reluctant to take that first step into the unknown but once he does finds it is an amazing adventure.  He is helped by big crab who gives encouragement and gentle nudging. 


Please remember that the last day for ALL NURSERY is the Tuesday 20 July.  The sessions that day are as normal.

Thank you,

The EYFS Team

The topic map below will inform you of all the different learning we will be taking part in this half term.

Summer 2 Topic Map: Water

Watch the story of Don't Worry Little Crab by Chris Haughton.  Talk with your child about why Little Crab may have felt reluctant at first and the benefit of taking that risk. 

4 year olds who will be going into Reception next year are starting to link letters to the sounds they make (phonics).  These fun games will heighten that awareness.

Everyday in Nursery we do some kind of counting.  It is important that young children count items as much as they can.  We are learning how to point to each item as we count.  We are also learning to count things like jumps, claps, and things we can't move.  We are learning that the last number we say is how many all together.

In maths we are learning that the last number we count is the total of the set.