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Mrs Lunn and Mrs Remedios are so pleased that the children have made such a positive start to Nursery. There have been several visitors in the first half term and each visitor has commented on how settled the children are and how engaged they are in their play and learning. Please ask to look at our visitors' book. Well done children! We are so proud of you.

 

 

Here is useful information for our parents and carers.

 

Early Years Funding:

Use the website below to find out about 15 hours free childcare per week which all three years are entitled to. This funding can be used for your child to start at Nursery the term after their 3rd birthday. You can also find out via the website if your child is eligible for 30 hours free childcare:

 https://www.gov.uk/help-with-childcare-costs/free-childcare-and-education-for-2-to-4-year-olds

Please register your child's name at our office if you would like him/her to access funded hours at Rokeby Nursery. We welcome all children and families.

 

Supporting your child:

Click on the documents below to find out how you can support your Nursery child's learning and development:

Our F1 Play and Learning

    Have a look at what we have been doing at Nursery!

Looking for signs of Autumn

Autumn investigation: Floats or sinks?

Retelling the story of The Enormous Turnip

Our visit to the greengrocery

We love to perform!

Physical development skills

Exploring and investigating water

Junior construction workers!

Roald Dahl Day: Making peach crumble

Roald Dahl Day: The Witches' spell making

Roald Dahl Day: George's Marvellous Medicine

Role play in Little Red Hen's House

Making cakes for MacMillan coffee morning

Using different senses to investigate bread

 

         Stories to share

Reading together with your child is hugely important in helping him or her to develop vocabulary, listening skills and an enjoyment of books. This is why, at Rokeby Nursery, we send home story bags with books and puppets inside for you to enjoy with your child. Please take time to read the stories in the story bags together.

 

For further reading, here is a list of stories that link to this half term's theme of Celebrations. Ask at Rugby Library to see if you can loan any of these books to share with your child at home. Several of these texts are also on sale in The Works.

Happy reading! 

Nursery Rhyme books to celebrate World Nursery Rhyme Week

Lighting a Lamp (A story about Divali) by Jonny Zucker

Kipper's Birthday by Mick Inkpen

Spot's Birthday Party by Eric Hill

The Scarecrow Wedding by Julia Donaldson

The Jolly Christmas Postman by Janet and Allan Ahlberg

Is It Christmas Yet? by Jane Chapman

Kipper's Christmas Eve by Mick Inkpen

Spot's First Christmas by Eric Hill

The First Christmas by Ladybird books - the Nativity story

The Christmas Story by Igloo - the Nativity story

 

 

Monday 4th November - Autumn 2 term starts

Wednesday 13th November - World Kindness Day

Friday 15th November - Children in Need Day

Monday 18th November - Start of World Nursery Rhyme Week

Friday 22nd November - Nursery Rhyme event with F1 families

Monday 25th November - Open afternoon 3.30 - 4.30

Friday 29th November - Non-uniform day 

Monday 2nd December - Start of Global Virtues Week

Friday 6th December - PTA Christmas Fair

Wednesday 11th December - EYFS & KS1 Christmas concert

Thursday 12th December - Visit to Warwick Arts Centre

Thursday 19th December - Christmas party day

Monday 23rd December - Start of Christmas holiday

Monday 6th January - School closed for staff INSET day

Tuesday 7th January - Spring 1 term starts

 

        Letters to Nursery families

Click below to read copies of letters that we have sent home: