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message from the headteacherThank you for your marvellous attendance during the performances of this year's school show 'Golden Time'. Your support was very much appreciated.

As we come to the end of our school year, we would like to thank you for your support in so many events and occasions during the school year. Thank you.

Welcome to the Nursery Class webpage.

W/C 30th June 2019

This week we are learning all about travelling abroad. We are going to think about the continent of Africa. We will read Handa's Surprise and we will investigate some of the fruits that grow in Africa. We will also think about India and France and some of the foods and cultural traditions which make these countries unique. While learning about France we will discuss how Vincent Van Gogh lived there for a short time. We have some special books to read about his special paintings 'Sunflowers' and 'Starry Night' and in the craft area we will have a go at painting our very own sunflowers.


Learning Goals
Summer B

This half term we are exploring the topic 'Out and About'. We are going to go out and about to sea and learn all about pirates. We will also be travelling abroad and learning all about airports and different countries such as France, India and Africa. Other places we will travel will include woods and we will base our learning around Little Red Riding Hood and Bears.

Please see the E-bag for this half terms learning objectives.

The children have been getting used to using the PC's and smartboard at school and have enjoyed playing on the 'busy things' website. This website is fantastic as it covers many areas of learning in the Early Years Foundation Stage and the children love it! If you would like your little person to access the site whilst at home the login details are:-

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Library books will be changed each Monday and Friday.

We really hope you and your little person enjoy reading these books together and that you share many other books at home. Fostering a love of reading at such an early age is so important in developing future literacy skills. If you wish to change your library book at any other time during the week please approach myself or Mrs. Plimmer.

Taylor Road | Altrincham | Cheshire | WA144LE | 0161 926 8646 | office@oldfield-brow.com