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“STRIVING FOR EXCELLENCE IN A CARING ENVIRONMENT” “YMDRECHU AM RAGORIAETH MEWN AMGLYCHEDD GOFALGAR”

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Nursery

Welcome the the Nursery page!

 

Nursery Team: 

 

Mrs Hogg, Miss Smith, Mrs Stockden, Miss Cox and Mrs Williams

 

Mrs Stacey Hogg - stacey.oleary@gwauncelynprimary.rctcbc.cymru

 

 

 

Polar Express Day

All aboard the Polar Express.........

The children have enjoyed a magical trip on board the Polar Express. We started off our morning by searching for the golden train ticket followed by hot chocolate and popcorn once we were all settled on the train.

Autumn Term Topic

 

Our topic this term is Dw i'n byw yn TontegThis topic supports children with settling into the new rules and routines of school and encourages them to make new friends and feel confident in their class. It teaches the children about being helpful, kind and thoughtful at home and at school. This topic also teaches children how they are unique and special, the importance of friendship and how people in their family, school and local community are important and can help them.

We will also be exploring our families and local community, Autumn as well as Bonfire night and Christmas. 

Dates for your diary

 

8th December - Christmas jumper day 

14th December - Christmas Concert

15th December - Christmas Concert

15th December - Christmas Dinner Day 

19th December- Christmas trip to Santa's toy mine

22nd December- Last day of term

Snack

Please provide your child with a healthy fruit or vegetable snack in a clearly labeled snack pot. Please do not send in any items containing nuts as we have children with nut allergies. Many Thanks

Read Write inc.

The Children will be learning to hear, say and recognise a letter sound every week, we will be following the Read Write inc process which will help them when they move up through the school.

Nursery will be listening out for lots of different sounds in our environment to begin with then will move on to letter sounds. Please do not worry if your child finds this tricky, all children develop at their own pace. Please also only help them with the sound they are working on and previous sounds as we want the children to move on with confidence. 

Have a look at Ruth Miskins Read Write inc website which will give you lots of advice about sounds and techniques. Any further advice please see a member of staff.

 

 

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