Nursery - Mrs Starkie

Mrs Starkie

Mrs Copakova

Mrs Meek

Nursery Class Artwork "SPECIAL"

Nursery Newsletter Spring 2019

Hello and welcome to Nursery. We have had a fantastic start to the new Nursery year and the children have settled in really well. We want to reassure you that we will constantly strive to provide a homely, caring and safe environment for your child. We welcome parental involvement in all aspects of our activities and we ask you to help us build on your child’s existing knowledge and specific needs as you are your child’s first teacher, you know them better than anybody. We want your child to be happy and contented at St Charles.

Previous Newsletters and Information prior to September 2018

letter for parents new intake play sessions

F6 Summer - Second half term

summer 2018

F4 Spring - Second half term RE

Spring 2 letter

Come and see Spring Term 2018

F3 Spring - First half term RE

Home Information Letter

Aut 1 2017 letter

Autumn 1 Daily Routine 2017

F1 Autumn - First half term

F6 Summer - Second half term

summer 2 2017

Summer 2 DAILY ROUTINE 2017

F5 Summer - First half term letter

summer 1 letter 2017

target sheet 5

Spring 2 letter

F4 Spring - Second half term RE

Creative Learning Journey Topic Web Spring 1 2017

F3 Spring - First half term RE

new Observation sheet

reading Groups 2017

Spring 1 2017 DAILY ROUTINE

Spring 1 for new version 2017

target sheet 3

weekly planner 9th Januaury 2017

Autumn letter

F2 Autumn - Second half term RE

Aut 1 2016 letter

F1 Autumn - First half term

Mathematical Booklist

Nursery September 2016 information letter

F6 Summer - Second half term

Information Letter Summer 2016

F5 Summer - First half term RE

summer 1 letter 2016

Summer 1 Term stay and play letter

Spring - Foundation Stage Home Information Letter

Spring - Religious Education in Nursery


The Foundation Curriculum
The Foundation Curriculum is designed to involve children in a rewarding and enjoyable experience. Through the range of areas outlined below the children will learn through exploration and discovery. They will learn through creative activities where they will practise skills and develop understanding and knowledge. This new curriculum reflects the importance of play in a young child’s life and is not designed to be overly formal, yet prepares them fully for Key Stage One. Some of the time will be spent in outdoor play where all areas of the curriculum are also taught.

In RE, the children will be learning about God’s Family. The children understand that they belong to their own families and now they are experiencing what it means to belong to the school family.  Their friends and teachers are becoming increasingly important in their lives.  

You can help at home by:

  • Talking to your child about your family.
  • Sharing photographs and stories of family members and events the family has shared.
  • Having a friend home to tea or to play.
  • Making a point of greeting friends at Church.
  • Talking about what the child sees and hears at Church.
  • Praying together as a family before bedtime and remembering to say thank you.

Weekly routine:

  • Children to have a spare set of clothes and pumps in their pump bag to be left in school at all times
  • We ask for a £1 donation weekly towards Nursery fund. We spend this money on activities such as baking and birthday presents etc.

Henny & Penny

Henny & Penny our hens also welcome you to the Nursery. However we are presently in the process of fixing the  hen coup roof so Henny and Penny are on holiday at Mrs Starkie's house but they will be back soon.

The children love to collect the hen's eggs and use them to bake delicious birthday cakes. The children learn how to care for the hens, feed them and handle them. Henny and Penny are definately part of our Nursery family.


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