Welcome to Nursery
Welcome to the Nursery Class website
In Victoria Primary we strive to provide a loving, caring environment that will nurture every child's growth and development.
Coronavirus: learning and playing with your children while staying at home
Some Easter activities you can do with your children
Stay on schedule Having some structure to the day can help children feel more secure. Try having a weekday routine in place and keep some familiar routines going, such as morning and evening routines. Plan in time for lots of different activities, including things your children already enjoy.
Stay Active-Staying physically active is a key part of looking after our mental wellbeing. If you can, try to schedule in some time outside. If it’s safe to do so, you could explore a local park with your family, kick a ball around in the garden (if you have one), or simply go for a walk around the block.
You could schedule in some indoor exercise time. Our class favourites are the following YouTube activities and songs:
- The Kiboomers- Kids Music Channel ( Freeze Dance, I love you your button nose, etc)
- The Learning Station (Boom Chicka Boom, Move and Freeze, )
- Wake up! School Assembly Song and Dance:
- Baby shark, Banana Banana Meatball
Stay Creative Anything lying around the house could become a project: old boxes; toilet paper rolls; or even scrap paper can be transformed with a little imagination. Encourage your children to grab some paints, felt tips or pencils and find a space at home where they can make a little bit of mess.
Try CBeebies ten minutes craft ideas
Stay in Touch If you and your children are at home, it’s important that you find time to stay in touch with your friends. You may be able to contact other parents and arrange a ‘virtual playdate’ over a video calling service like FaceTime or Skype, giving your children a chance to see the friends they would normally be seeing at school.
If possible, try not to rely solely on social media to stay in touch with family and friends. Make time for telephone catch ups too!
It is really important that you read with your children at home.
Amazon offers free resources - books and audible books - for parents to download.
Other useful websites
A range of phonics and maths games for the children to enjoy.
BBC Teach – Nursery Rhymes
Cosmic Kids – Yoga for kids
Scholastic - Free Resources to download
To access the free resources, it just takes a few moments to create an account.
Thank you for your support. Stay healthy and safe
Access 400+ songs from Music Express to sing with your children
collins.co.uk/learnathome (click on ‘Free Children’s Song bank’ box).
EARTH HOUR 2020
SATURDAY 28TH MARCH 2020
8:30 - 9:30PM
More than a symbolic event, Earth Hour is a global environmental movement to stop the destruction of nature.
At 8.30pm on 28 March, take an hour to switch off your lights in solidarity with people worldwide.
Autism awareness week
Spring 2 Shopping
From powder to solid and from solid to liquid. Truly amazing science experiment!
Aluminium foil is an excellent material for making models and items of clothing
A knight in a shinning armour
We are checking our ingredients for making pancakes
Time for the competition for the fastest pancake tossing
We are very good at dividing and sharing
We are choosing different kinds of toppings
We recorded how many pancakes we had and what topping was our favourite
We are learning to make different sounds using ocarinas
Looking at the shopping list in our topic book and writing our own
The lollipop shop is ready for business
World Book Day our guest reader Ms Froggatt read Oi Frog
We dressed up as our favourite book characters
Spring blossom in the school garden. What a beautiful fragrance!
Spring 1 Transport
Making biscuits. Thank you for your help Cake Lady
We are learning to make patterns.
We can even record the pattern. The baby is really impressed!
WHO AM EYE?
Can you find my eyes mum?
How can you feed 3 bears with 1 sausage? Easy peasy just divide it into smaller pieces
We are getting better at holding pens and drawing shapes
Bike riding lessons. We are so fast
Our friend from year 2 did a professional presentation of his special train set.
We all loved his train
Our guest reader read us a story about animals traveling across the river. Which one of them sunk the boat?
At our snack table we made some edible boats
A visit to the Nottingham railway station
Buying tickets and waiting for our tram.
Holding on tight while traveling on the tram
We boarded a train. On the train we saw a toilet, a kitchen, comfortable seats and small tables
We watched trains arriving and departing. We wave to the passengers on the trains
Walking on platforms we always remember not to cross the yellow line
Having a biscuit in the station cafe
We used escalator to travel up
Counting and sharing. How many do you have? Who has more? Who has less?
Is that fair?
Our rhyme this week is Humpty Dumpty.
We experimented with boiled and raw eggs to see what would happen when they fall off the wall.
We are learning to count a greater amount of objects. We must remember to line them up and to touch them whilst counting.
In Forest school we played traffic light games. GO! STOP!
We discovered a muddy patch on the field. It was fun listening to all the squelching noises it made when we trod in it.
Ipads are fun! We were matching numbers and counting buttons on a teddy.
We have a new tank with 4 fish to look after!
Christmas Show for our parents, grandparents and friends
After the Show we had our Christmas party with food and games
We have made some popcorn today for our snack time
We have been sorting out and collecting yellow objects
Making and decorating Christmas biscuits
In Forest School we were feeding our guinea pig. We gave her lots of fresh grass
We found some feathers. We thought it must have been a pigeon. The fox could have eaten it. That made us a bit sad.
Mrs Adams and Mr Gray loved our letters to Santa
We had some visitors on Monday. They were looking for a dragon.
The dragon's mum was worried about him so they came to check how he was.
Our dragon's mummy looked like this and was living in Wales
We showed them the dragon and told them how we look after him. They were very pleased and said that the dragon can stay with us forever
Chris, our visitor read us the dragon story
We can sing all the nursery rhymes from our Singing Board
Lots of activities in the Nursery help us to develop fine motor skills. These will help to make our fingers ready for writing,
Learning maths through our snack activities
Introducing Nativity story in the circle time
No rain today in Forest School. We had to squint our eyes to be able to see
On the ground we found the frost. We tried to melt it with our hands
There was lots of mud on the field. Good job we are wearing wellies
Owl visit and demonstration.
Archie is waiting to fly to sit on Bob's hand .
Gizmo lets us hold him with a special glove
Archie likes the owl we made in the class
We celebrated Children in Need
Our guest reader this week was Mr Walker. We read a book about owls
Toast Day. We are learning to spread the butter and divide the toast
Our Maths this week: sorting out leaves by colour and shape.
Nursery in Forest School on a sunny Autumn day
Our new dragon registration
This week we baked some carrot cupcakes
Our guest readers this week were Miss Froggatt and Mr Martey.
Halloween in the Nursery.
We have started our bike riding lessons
A dragon has visited our Nursery last week. Fortunately he is kind and teaches us how to share and be helpful.
Playing and exploring in our new outdoor area
So many activities to choose from and so much to experience together in the coming year!
Look how well we can concentrate during our circle time
Our first school dinner
We are learning to play a game and take turns
We are all making a new house to share
Off we go to Forest School. Follow the leader!
Playing "Duck, duck, goose" during Forest School
Meeting our Forest School friends Candy and Fudge
We are testing one of our new pieces of equipment and this one is definitely a winner.
We need BIG pieces of paper for our art work
We are learning how to make a person. We call him "Flatman"
And now we are having a go at drawing his picture
In Forest School we looked at different vegetables ; beetroot, pumpkins, marrows, onions and carrots
It is not easy to walk in the long grass on a sloppy hill.
We are getting better at climbing trees
Please join us for a
Good Morning Story
& Teddy Toast
Thursday 26th September 9:00 o’clock
After the story we all had a piece of Teddy Toast with honey, banana and raisins.
"Nee , naw, nee naw " it is the fire engine!
The firefighters visited the Nursery children on Tuesday
They told us about keeping safe from fire and they let us try on their uniforms
It has been so nice having Year 6 children reading to us and playing with us during lunch time
Forest School group on our special tree
We harvested some potatoes, scrubbed them and showed to the rest of the children
The story of Mrs Wishy-Washy
Mrs Wishy Washy washed the animals in her tub.
But the animals kept jumping in the mud.
"Look at the state of you. In the tub you go!"
Wishy, washy. Wishy , washy.
One child reads the story while others are acting it out
We are learning to make a person and later we will learn how to draw it.
4 bears on 4 chairs. What is going to happen if one more bear wants a chair?
Will anybody share with the bear?
Our Autumn registration. Can you see your name?
Who can build the tallest tower?