Eldon Primary School

Eldon Primary School

Eldon expects the best….Let’s be the best that we can be!

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Nursery

Welcome to Nursery

Our Nursery Teacher is Miss Power. 

Mrs Taylor is our HLTA.

Our Teaching Assistants are Miss Batan, Mrs Green and Miss Mohammed.

 

 

Summer Term

Spring Term

 

Nursery enjoyed lots of STEAM activities! We created giant bubbles and experimented with baking powder and vinegar! Some children said it looked like a rainbow volcano! 

Autumn Term 2020

Reading through pictures

Here is a short video of Miss Threlfall sharing a wordless book with our superstar, Esmae.

Although the book has no words, we have been able to share the story by ‘reading the pictures’. The beauty of a wordless book is that the pictures tell the story. As you will see, we looked really closely at what is happening in each of those pictures, shared ideas about what might happen next, talked about the characters and how they might be feeling and about events in the story. These are crucial skills that can be developed long before your child can read letters and words. It’s also a great opportunity for conversation 🗣 and developing their imagination 💭

New starters video

Come and join us for a virtual tour of the nursery for new starters.

CREATING AND THINKING CRITICALLY

Working together to solve problems, the children built an obstacle course for the balls, they then moved on to working that certain things like balls rolled better than others like sticks.

Great critical thinking everyone.

 

ACTIVE LEARNING

Early mark making in nursery happens in all areas, as mark making develops children begin to give meanings to what they are drawing, Eyaad told us "it's mummy there and my chachu"

Well done Eyaad, and great to see such a fantastic tripod pencil grip, and good to see focus and attention to detail.

PLAYING AND EXPLORING

One of the biggest things our children learn in nursery is how to play with each other. As children grow they develop their play and move from playing alongside each other to interacting and playing and exploring with each other.

 

 

 

The children learned how to problem solve and use their fine motor skills to remove the penguins stuck in the ice.

 

 

The children improved their self-care independence skills by learning to put on their coats by themselves, without support.

Awards

tes winner 2018
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