Spring 2 topic: Traditional Tales
This term our topic is ‘Gingerbread ‘Traditional Tales’.
Children will have the opportunities to listen to a variety of stories about the topic. However, we will focus on our core books ‘The Gingerbread Man’. We will also read and listen to other traditional tale stories, for example, Chicken Licken, The Ugly Duckling
The children will be able to retell and comments about story characters, setting and the basic structure of the story.
On 17th (am group)and 24th March (pm group) nursery children are visiting Agnes Riley park .
Battersea Zoo Trip
Date: 31st March
Who is going: Am & Pm group children
Assalamu’alaikum and Welcome to all new children and parents for this academic year!
Welcome to Nursery! Asalaamalaikum!
Welcome to Iqra nursery page. I am very excited to share some of the experiences nursery children will have in our wonderful learning environment.
Very soon you will see some new, lively and beautiful pictures featuring this year’s class. Please let us know if you have any suggestions!
What we are learning this Year/Term
Each half term you will receive a newsletter telling you about the topics the children will be covering in that term and to inform you of any special events happening. These topics will cover the seven areas of learning: Personal, Social and Emotional Development, Physical Development, Communication and Language, Reading and Writing, Expressive Arts and Design, Mathematics and Understanding of the World.
Please ensure that your child attends nursery on the chosen (AM – PM) sessions, otherwise your child will be missing a lot of valuable learning time at the nursery.
The nursery timings are: 8:30am – 11:30 am session 12:30-3:30 pm session. However, gates will be open at 8:20am and 11:20pm for morning group and 12:20pm and 3:20pm afternoon group. Please be prompt when bringing and collecting your child.
This term we will be looking at and focusing on the story of ‘Owl babies’. The story is about Owl babies and their mother. This story will support children to settle in the nursery smoothly, children will also learn names of the different characters and setting of the story, owl food and the habitat.
Children will also be learning about ‘Me and My Family’. They will learn the names of their body parts through singing action songs, drawing and painting their own portraits. In small groups we will discuss about their families for example, how many family members he/she has? How many siblings? Children will learn the names of different relations e.g. grandma, granddad, uncle…
Furthermore, to develop Personal, Social and Emotional development we will also be reading stories and playing games, learning, sharing and using kind hands to help others.
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How You Can Help
- Bring in any stories or books about our topic that we can share in class.
- Go to the library with your child and read a story of the Owl babies together.
- Talk to your children about the different types of birds they can see in their environment.
- Talk about how the type of food you eat is different to birds.
- Encourage sharing and waiting for their turn.
- Encourage your child to tidy up their own toys.
- Please encourage your child to dress up independently.
- Please do not send your child wearing laces shoes, this may cause an accident.
We are looking forward to work with you and your child in this Autumn term. Thank you for your support. Please feel free to talk to any one of us, if you have any problems or queries.