Our Nursery Teacher is called Mrs Cole.
Mrs Cole is the lead teacher for all of the Early Years Foundation Stage (Nursery and Reception Classes)
Mrs Beaumont teaches in Nursery on a Wednesday afternoon and on a Thursday when Mrs Cole is working elsewhere in EYFS.
Our Nursery practitioners are Mrs Sturgeon, Becky and Miss Moxon.
Explore our new 'erris' reading cottage that has been kindly donated to us by the 'erris' building development team.
Thank you to all who attended the grand opening of our 'erris' reading cottage.
We even had a special visit from Father Christmas!
We love listening to stories in our new 'erris' reading cottage.
Remember... our resident story teller 'Santa Richardson' will be reading a Christmas story in the Main Hall on
FRIDAY 13th December...everyone welcome!
Have you downloaded the Kirklees app '50 Things To Do Before You Are 5'? To download the app, search for ’50 things before 5′ in your app store. 50 low cost, no cost, fun ideas to carry out with your child...ENJOY!
Coach Matt and Coach Alex came in to Nursery from Kixx to do some fantastic sports activities.
We had so much fun and really enjoyed playing the games.
If you would like to take your child along to KIXX, contact them on 07425877728 for further details.
Children In Need 2019
Remembrance Day 2019
We have been learning about why we wear poppies on Remembrance Day.
We created a poppy to wear and decorated a poppy biscuit.
Spooky Story Session 2019
Mr Richardson read the story of 'Meg and Mog' to the Nursery children and all of their grown ups.
Mrs Cole acted out the story and the children joined in with some spooky songs.
It was a fabulous event with wonderful parental support.
Our 'Friends of Dalton' organised 'Spooky Discos' to raise money to buy more high quality books for our school.
We all had a fantastic time.
10 Nursery Rhymes for us to learn before we leave Nursery
Throughout this year, your child will be learning 10 Nursery Rhymes off by heart, accompanied by actions.
We would like to share with you the rhymes that we are focusing on, in order for you to regularly sing them with your child at home.
Baa Baa Black Sheep
Hickory Dickory Dock
Incy Wincy Spider
Miss Polly Had A Dolly
Wind The Bobbin Up
Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes
Old Macdonald Had A Farm
Nursery Rhymes are fabulous for the following reasons:-
They make perfect first stories.
They boost early language development.
They build social skills.
They build vocabulary.
They open the door to creativity.
They connect us to the past.
They improve fine motor skills and co-ordination.
They open the door to a love of all books.
They equip children to become better readers.
They are FUN!
Happy World Book Day - March 2019.
Which book characters can you spot on our photographs?
20 books to read before you leave Early Years
We’re Going On A Bear Hunt
Guess How much I Love You
The Very Hungry Caterpillar
Peace At Last
Harry And The Bucketful Of Dinosaurs
Room on a Broom
The Rainbow Fish
Jack And The Beanstalk
Goldilocks And The Three Bears
The Gingerbread Man
The Little Red Hen
There's a Monster in your Book
Our Nursery Environment