Nursery

Teaching Staff

Mr Chambers

Mrs Nunn

Miss Harris


Learning at home

Ready to Learn – Family Action leaflet 1

Ready to Learn – Family Action leaflet 2

Ready to Learn – Family Action leaflet 3


Places to visit

The Ragged School Museum

Museum of Childhood

Museum of London Docklands

Museum of London

Mudchute City Farm


Newsletter Autumn Term 2 2016

Hello again from the Nursery team at St. Saviour’s. We have all enjoyed a
lovely start to the first term and hope that you feel your child has settled in
well and is enjoying their time here in our class. We hope to continue to
partner with you throughout the latter half of this term.

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Newsletter Autumn Term 1 2016

A very warm welcome to St. Saviour’s School and to the Nursery Class in particular. As a team, we are all very excited about the year ahead and can’t wait to get to know you and your child. Nursery is the very important beginning of your child’s learning journey and we are hoping to work in partnership with you all to help your child develop and flourish here at school.

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Newsletter Summer Term 2016

Our Learning

It is important that your child is happy in our setting, that they are able to express their needs and establish positive relationships with adults and peers so their Personal, Social and Emotional Development is always a focus.

Our theme this term is Growth.  The children will be learning about planting, growing and caring for the environment. As gardeners we will be planting our own flowers and edibles in our class gardens ranging from sunflowers to potatoes and even some magic beans! We will learn about the different parts of a plant and what they need to grow and how our food comes from farm to fork. We will also explore a range of mini-beasts found in our school outdoor area. As investigators we will be finding out about the life cycles of different creatures and how we all grow. We will be able to watch the lifecycle of a butterfly in our class! It is through this topic we will incorporate and develop the children’s Expressive Arts and Understanding of the World.

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Newsletter Spring Term 2016

The first half term the children learnt lots of traditional stories like the 3 billy goats gruff. They used lots of props to act them out inside and out. “I liked acting out the story outside. The climbing frame was the bridge,” said Jessie.

Then the second half term we learnt about people who helps us. We learnt about vets, the emergency services and had a lollipop lady (Lena’s nan) come in to talk to us about her job and the things she has to wear and do.

Bleu said, “Lena’s nan had a stick, the stick says STOP.”

As the weather has improved we put on our waterproof trousers, jackets and wellies and enjoyed our mud pit!!  Reagan said, “I was digging up the dirt and it was fun! It was soft and splashy!”

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Newsletter Autumn Term 2015

It is important that your child is happy in our setting, that they are able to express their needs and establish positive relationships with adults and peers so our Personal, Social and Emotional Development is always a focus.

As the children transition into the nursery our topics will be Nursery Rhymes, such as Incy, Wincy spider and Humpty Dumpty, and then Space. We will be learning, sharing and investigating the traditional rhymes to develop the children’s Communication and Language skills as well as develop their social skills in listening.

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nursery chronology

nursery timetable 2015


Newsletter Spring Term 2015

This half term our topic is ‘Once Upon a Time’, we will be enjoying lots of traditional tales, each fortnight being themed around a different fairy tale character.

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Newsletter Summer Term 2014

Our theme this term is In The Garden. The children will be learning all about Minibeasts and their habitats. Exploring the range of minibeasts found in our school gardens.  As investigators we will be finding out about the life cycles of different creatures and how we all grow. If you have a garden or patio do have a look at the bugs in your habitat and record for your child to share with us.

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Newsletter Spring 2014

This term we will be reading lots of different traditional tales focusing on how to tell a story as well as characters and settings. We will be focusing on storytelling and how a story is built up and how to retell a story. Our topic is ‘Once Upon a time’, we will be enjoying lots of traditional tales, each fortnight being themed around a different story.

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Newsletter Autumn 2013

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