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St John the Baptist Roman Catholic Primary School Love One Another

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Nursery

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A Big Welcome to all our children, parents and carers to Nursery. We welcomed 14 new friends in September and everyone has settled into routines and are becoming firm friends with the 5 children who continued their jpurney with us after summer. 

 

Our topic focus for this half term is Ourselves. We will be learning all the names for the parts of our body, what our senses do and also talking about who we belong to and the people who love us. Of course we will be observing the seasons and collecting autumn leaves and seeds for our creative work.

 

We have quite a few children staying every day for full days, taking advantage of the new 30 hours funding and the extra paid top-up sessions available.  The cost of a full day is £12 or £2 per day under the new government funded 30 hours scheme.

 

Stay and Play Sessions are available each week for under 3s and their parents /carers /grandparents. We welcome all our little visitors on Tuesday mornings 9-10 and Wednesday afternoons 2.15-3.00pm. Please let your friends, family and neighbours know about us - our sessions are getting busier and it's a great way to meet other parents and let your child do all those messy activities!!

 

Please feel free to come and talk to us at the start and end of each day about anything that's on your mind - no question is too silly or awkward!

 

Mrs Barker and Mrs Taylor

 

Autumn Fun! 

We collected all sorts of things from the school gardens and brought them back to class to get creative with them! Conker rolling, fruit printing, leaf prints, collaging.........

The Trim Trail

We love visiting the Trim Trail in the Secret Garden area of school. Its a lovely place to develop our physical skills and cooperate and take turns. We try and go at least once each week. Look out for some determined faces......

Visiting Church

We go to church to join in school masses and celebrations. Our special place to sit is right at the front, in front of the benches. We can see Fr Allan, the singers and we can look for the boys and girls and adults coming to the front for Holy Communion. We join in with the singing and can make the sign of the cross. Sometimes we visit Church when it is quiet to help us to learn about the special things in it. We like the Baptismal Font and going up in the choir for that high-up view of everything.... 

Learning about Ourselves

We all had a very tickly time with Mrs Taylor making handprints and footprints. We chose our own colours and had to describe how the paint and the brush felt on our feet. It was good fun just watching new friends having a go....

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