Nursery 2019 - 2020
A message to the Cygnets and Swans...
We hope you are all having fun at home. If you want to have a go at any of the activities from previous weeks you will find everything in the Archived section.
This week the Cygnets are reading Superworm so there are lots of activities for you to try - maybe you can make a wormery or some edible mud! With the help of Harry and the dinosaurs the Swans are preparing to get ready to go to school. Please send us some pictures of the activities you are doing to get ready for school because we miss you all.
Take care everyone and hopefully we will see you all soon.
Love from Louise, Mrs Howard, Sharon, Gill and all the Preschool staff. xx
Welcome to Bexton Preschool Nursery
At Bexton Preschool Nursery we provide a safe, nurturing, stimulating environment in which children are able to learn and develop and ultimately be ready for school. We recognise that every child is unique and learns in their own way and at their own pace and so adapt our activities and approaches so that we are able to expand and enhance each child’s learning experience in order to develop their knowledge and understanding.
Our Nursery is managed by Louise Barker.
We have 2 rooms:
Cygnets Room (2-3 year olds)
Our Cygnets Staff are Sharon (Room Supervisor), Gill (Room Supervisor), Debbie, Helen and Heather
In the Autumn term, our main focus is to ensure the children settle. We have looked at a number of different stories including Shark in the Park, Dogs Colourful Day, Driving my Tractor, Owl Babies, Jack and the Beanstalk and The Gingerbread Man. The Cygnets loved bringing these stories to life in role play, retelling and re-enacting them with their peers.
Swans Room (3-4 year olds)
Our Swans Staff are Mrs Howard (Class Teacher), Katrina, Jo, Jane, Jill, Vicky and Emma.
In the Autumn term we looked at the ‘Bexton Values’ and stories such as ‘The Rainbow Fish’ and ‘Lost and Found’ which linked to friendships and being kind. We shared stories about families and friends and look at family trees and how they’ve grown since being a baby. We also looked at the different ways of travelling, shared some stories such as The Train Ride & the Tony Mitton stories Cool cars and Amazing Aeroplanes. We set up a train station and then an airport which the children loved to role play in.
In the Spring term the Swans read some traditional tales and other favourite stories such as Golilocks, the Elves and the Shoemaker, The Gruffalo, How big is a Million? and Owl Babies. We had a very special visit from Ian who works at Lower Moss Wood who brought in 3 owls to show us. The children noticed lots of changes in our environment which led to us learning all about minibeasts and the life cycle of a butterfly and a frog.