Welcome to Holy Cross Nursery
In Nursery your child will be taught by Mrs Pinchi. I would like you to visit our class page often to see the many learning experiences your child will be having while in Nursery. You will also find information about our class topics and our curriculum. Please visit our separate curriculum page which has more detail about what your child will be learning this year. We hope your child has a wonderful time at Holy Cross Nursery.
The children have been learning all about the Luna New Year. We talked about the celebrations that take place within our city and other countries. The children have made decorations and watched the dragon dance.
The children have settled back into Nursery after their Christmas break. Our new topic book will be the Naughty Bus by Jan and Jerry Oke. The children will learn all about transport, our city and the people who help us.
When we came into school we noticed that the Naughty Bus had made a mess in our nursery. We talked about what the Naughty Bus had done. We decided that it wasn't naughty and that the Bus was just excited to play with our toys. We said that maybe the Bus didn't know how to use the toys. We compared our own behaviour to the Bus and decided not to call the Bus naughty anymore. We will help our friends learn how to use toys nicely and how to be helpful and kind to each other.
We discussed the pictures and the unusual writing in the story book. We then drew the Naughty bus in different locations and had fun with our mark making.
We put up our Christmas trees and are learning Christmas songs. Don't forget to join us on Wednesday to help your child make a Christmas card and join in with our festive singing. Pop in any time between 10.30 and 11.00
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The children have been enjoying the story 'We're Going on a Bear Hunt' by Michael Rosen. We have been using the new vocabulary and producing some lovely art work.
We have been reading the first part of our story We're Going on a Bear Hunt by Michael Rosen. We looked at the illustration of the long wavy grass and then mixed our paints to make different shades of green.
The children's new topic is based around the book 'We're Going on a Bear Hunt' by Michael Rosen.' This will give the children the opportunity to learn new vocabulary such as under, over and through. The children will learn about different environments and weather. The book gives the children the chance to join in with the repeated phrases, while acting out the story.
The children have settled back into Nursery and this week have enjoyed celebrating both Bonfire Night and Diwali. For Bonfire Night we watched the London fireworks and used brightly coloured paint on black paper to represent fireworks in the night sky.
For Diwali we drew around our hands and used patterns to create Rangoli designs.
The children have been looking around our Nursery garden for signs of Autumn. We dug up the potatoes that we planted and collected leaves. We looked at the colour, size and shape of the pumpkins, then we counted the conkers. If you get the chance over the half term visit some of our lovely parks and collect leaves. Talk about the shapes and colours of the leaves and maybe make an Autumn pictures.
Have a great half term and we will see you back on Monday 6th November.
We had a visit from Vauxhall Children's Centre to explain the importance of brushing our teeth. The children learnt that sugar is no good for our teeth and that we should avoid too many sugary drinks and food.
The children were discussing their holidays and trips to the seaside. We talked about the sand, the sea and some of the creatures that live in the sea.
The children are reading the book Commotion in the Ocean by Giles Andreae and David Wojtowycz. They have learnt that crabs walk sideways, an octopus has eight arms and a sword fish has a pointy nose.
All the children have settled well in nursery and have started to make some lovely friendships.
The children have been reading the book My Nose Your Nose by Melanie Walsh. The children are learning that although our appearances may be different we all have similar likes and dislikes.
The children have been looking in the mirror and then painting their faces. We have a round face, a straight nose, different coloured hair, eyes and skin but we all like to play outside with our friends.