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Nursery 2020/21

Spring Term 2021

 

SCHOOL CLOSURE JANUARY 2021

 

We hope that you all had a lovely Christmas break and that you are all safe and well during this difficult time. We would like to wish you a Happy New Year too and look forward to seeing you back in nursery as soon as it is safe to do so.

 

For all children not attending nursery, online learning will be uploaded to this page each day, in a similar way to that of our isolation period in November. Please also find the attached document that gives you lots of ideas for different ways that you can support your child's learning and development.

We feel that it is really important that we keep in touch with each other during this period. Your children will really benefit from taking part in shared activities, keeping to a daily routine and sharing their work and play with us by sending in emails and photos on a regular basis. We would love to see what they are up to and get some feedback for the home learning that we are providing. We will answer your emails wherever possible but please bear in mind that we will also be teaching the children of keyworker families. Please send any correspondence to l.paulson@haydn.nottingham.sch.uk and Ms Paulson will ensure that it is shared with the whole nursery team.

 

                             Autumn Term 2020

 

Welcome to Haydn Nursery!

 

We would like to offer a very warm welcome to all of our new families who are starting nursery this September. It has been lovely meeting you all in person and the children are settling very well into nursery life. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we meet and greet your children at the gate each day and look forward to a time when we will be able to invite you to come into the nursery with your child. Let's hope that won't be too long away! In the meantime, we would like to use this webpage to share with you all of the different experiences and activities that you child will be engaging with during their time here each day. We will add photos and information that we hope will be both interesting and informative.

 

  Our Diwali Celebration Day - November 2020

Diwali is the Hindu and Sikh Festival of Light. This year Diwali took place on the weekend of 14th and 15th November. In nursery we did lots of fun activities including telling the story of Rama and Sita, drumming and dancing to traditional Indian music, lighting our beautiful divas we made from clay and tasting some delicious Diwali food. We had vegetable samosas, poppadums, raitha made from yoghurt and mint and mango chutney. Yum, yum!

CBeebies Songs | What is Diwali? | The Let's Go Club

Find out more about Diwali by listening to this special Diwali song.

Nursery Bubble Closure

 

As we have had a confirmed case of COVID-19 in our foundation stage bubble the nursery will be closed and all children should remain at home and self-isolate until Saturday 28th November.

The bubble system means that all other children, apart from those in bubbles affected by this case, can still attend school.

Siblings of children in nursery and other affected bubbles are still able to attend school.

 

Please click the HOME LEARNING star below to access home learning planning and resources to support your child at home during this time.

 

We look forward to seeing you back at nursery on Monday 30th November.

 

Take care,

Ms Paulson, Mrs Wilkinson, Miss Storey and Mrs Smithson

Our First Few Weeks in Nursery

Meet the Teaching Staff

This is Ms Paulson. She is the Nursery Teacher.

Meet Mrs Wilkinson. She is the Octopus Group Leader.

Meet Mrs Smithson. She is the Starfish Group Leader.

Meet Miss Storey. She is the Rainbow Fish Group Leader.

Time for a Story

We love books and stories so we wanted to share some of our favourites with you. We hope you enjoy listening to them. What's one of your favourite stories?

Ms Paulson reads The Tiger Who Came to Tea by Judith Kerr

Mrs Wilkinson reads Shark in the Park by Nick Sharratt

Mrs Smithson reads Look Out, Suzy Goose by Petra Horacek

Miss Storey reads the Superworm by Julia Donaldson

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