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St. Nicholas

Welcome to St Nicholas Class 


The staff working with your children this year are Mr Kevin, Miss Eva, Miss Mary and Miss Stephanie. Please look at this page regularly as well as the notice boards in the nursery cloakroom for important information. 


Thank you for all your help this half term; the children thoroughly enjoyed exploring the 'Let's Pretend' topic. It was lovely to see you all at the Science Museum, the children thoroughly enjoyed it. The Science Museum is free, and we would encourage you all to go during the Summer holidays! Please find the link below.


Additionally, it has been great to see so many of the children changing their books and beginning to acquire a love of reading. Please ensure you have changed your children's books.


Our topic for Summer term 2 is Sand and Water, and children will continue exploring sound recognition and pronunciation. Below please find a helpful resource which can be explored with your child at home.


The Nursery Team 





We enjoyed making our own faces!
We enjoyed making our own faces!
We could touch all the animals!
We loved making Easter biscuits with our friends!
We mixed all the ingredients together!
Looking for treasure letter sounds in the sand.
Our square hunt!
We celebrated Pancake Day early!
Flipping our pancakes.
Adding  some lemon and sugar.
Time to eat!
We made the letter sound 'p'.
We made our own car outside!
Puzzles and matching numbers!
Driving the bus!

As part  of your child's development we are focusing on Communication and Language and in particular speaking and listening. One great way to do this is through discussions around traditional tales and stories. There are some great examples with videos on the British Council Website. The link is below


We are looking at counting by touching each object and saying the number name. Why not try looking at this BBC Website for practice.


We are also looking at shape and where we might see examples in our world around us. Please take a look at this link -