There are 2 Nurture classes, Key Stage One Nurture class ‘Robins’ and Key Stage Two Nurture class ‘The Orchard.’
Both settings provide a homely atmosphere with space for formal work, play activities and an area for quiet time.
Mrs Neill is the lead teacher in Robins.
Mrs Hassan is the Accredited Nurture Lead Practitioner in The Orchard.
We believe that home-school communication is vital to ensuring a high quality learning experience for your child therefore; we have an open door policy and welcome your visit before and after school. In addition, we also have Celebration Afternoons, Termly Newsletters, Assemblies, Facebook and Twitter page which we update regularly. We hope that you will follow us on these pages and watch as our learning journey unfolds!
|Termly Newsletters||As well as school newsletters, you will also receive a bulletin all about Year 1. This will come to you via your child’s book bag.|
|A weekly Dear Parents letter||This will give you reminders and information about the week ahead as well as ways to support your child at home. You will find this in our Activity Area windows as well as on our website.|
|Terrific Tree Toppers||Each Wednesday you are welcome to come along to your child’s classroom to stay, play and learn. 9.00 am until 9.30am.|
|Our website pages||Here you will find copies of our Newsletters, Dear Parents, Termly Updates as well as photo galleries.|
|Social Media||Follow us on Facebook and Twitter|
|Cooking|| On Cooking, the children will be making a selection of starters, savoury and desserts. The focus will be for the children to develop their cooperation skills and try a range of different foods that they can enjoy sharing together. |
|Out Door Learning|
| Forest School || This term the children will participate in Forest School. Each week the children will visit the woods and take part in a range of activities from identifying the trees and animals in our woodland to using tools, making fires and building shelters. || |
|Art Therapy||This term the children will take part in Art therapy. This is an opportunity for children to explore feelings through creative action. Children will use a range of media and themes to delve into their emotional landscapes. Media includes clay, charcoal, paint, sewing, mosaic, collage and 3-d crafts. Each activity builds on the children’s self-esteem and encourages them to go through a process, building on their own individual ideas with the techniques they are gaining knowledge and awareness of. The work will offer a space to discuss and share their real and imagined stories and ideas. The children are encouraged to evaluate the work and to relate it to how they feel, with ideas in how to use creativity as a means of powerful expression to aid their learning and emotional wellbeing.|
|Art|| This term in Art we will be studying the artwork of Alfred Wallis. The children will explore how to improve mastery of art and design techniques to make artwork related to the sea and seaside. |