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Welcome to Conway Nursery!

Welcome to Conway Nursery where we aim to provide a bright, fun, stimulating environment that encourages our children to learn through their play. Our team is passionate about developing children who are confident, eager learners who are challenged to achieve the very best.

 

"I love nursery" Anikah age 4

"I play lots with my friends" Saniya age 4

"It is fun" Amaan age 3

"My teachers are nice" Amirah age 3

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What we like to do at nursery!

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Our children are encouraged to become independent in their play, they are given the opportunity to select and carry out activities of their choice and have the freedom to explore their surroundings.
Playing Outdoors
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Role play
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Exploring
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Building Relationships
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Music
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Topic 1 - Ourselves

The children joined our nursery in September 2018 and in order for them to build relationships and to get to know each other better, our first topic was ourselves. The children spoke about their families and made connections between their home lives and those of their peers. We also talked about our likes and dislikes and made beautiful self portraits that we displayed in our classroom.

The children also took part in a discussion about what they want to be when they grow up and thoroughly enjoyed dressing up.
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Our Autumn Walk

The children took part in a discussion all about Autumn. They looked at the changes in the weather, the changes in the environment and learnt how various animal adapt to these conditions.

They then went on a Autumn walk where they used baskets to collect a range of autumn leaves, twigs, pine cones and conkers. We then used these natural resources to create art work for our autumn display.

Look at our beautiful art work!
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We made hedgehogs using the twigs we collected from the garden and finger painted autumn leaves.

Topic 2 - People who help us

The children have been learning all about the emergency services and how they can help us. We had a discussion to find out what the children already knew........

" The fireman has a hat and he puts water on the fire"  Amaan

"The doctor has a stethoscope"  Saniya

"The police take bad people away"  Anikah

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We then transformed our role play area into a hospital.
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The children had so much fun pretending to be doctors, nurses and patients.
Take a look at the x-ray pictures and doctors bags we made!

Firefighters

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Halloween

The children had so much fun learning all about Halloween. They had a go at carving pumpkins in the classroom and were encouraged to talk about the texture, smell and taste of the pumpkin.

They also made their very own pumpkins at home with their parents, which they brought into school to show the class.

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The children also made pumpkin faces using a range of shapes.
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We then transformed our classroom so that it was spooky ready for our Halloween party.
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Take a look at the photographs from our party. The children and staff had so much fun dressing up as ghosts and ghouls.
The nursery team would like to say a big thank you to all our parents for the wonderful costumes they provided for their children.
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Look at all the amazing pumpkins the children carved at home with their parents!

Nursery Planning Overview

Take a look at the wide range of curricular activities the nursery team provide within the setting.

Here are some links to fun websites your children can use at home.

Language Land

Language land is a structured language group that is suitable for children who struggle in communication or have English as an additional language. Language land encourages children to develop their vocabularies, to speak using full sentences and to acquire basic skills that are needed to build their confidence, self-esteem and social skills.
    Language land targets the skills of listening and memory, vocabulary and use of language.
If you have been told by your child’s teacher that they are a part of Language Land below is a few examples of what we do during Language Land sessions in school and can also be used to reinforce learning at home.

 Week One

Magic Sack Activities

Memory:

Place 6 animals onto the magic carpet. Ask each child in turn to pick up two animals in the right order and put them into the magic sack.

Looking Game:

“Everybody do this” Children are to copy what adult does with no talking

Magic Tree Activities
Sorting:

Clothes and transport.

Use 4/6 items of clothing and 4/6 transport items or pictures and 2 coloured circles. Explain that we are collecting all the clothes in one circle and all the transport items in another. Give the child and item or picture and let them decide what circle it goes in.

 

Week Two

Magic Sack Activities

Memory:

As above however extend to 3 animals if appropriate.

Each child has 2 turns.

Listening game:

‘Jump in the middle’

Children stand in a circle and jump in if they match the statement e.g. if you are a girl jump in the middle, if you are wearing trousers.

Magic Tree Activities

Clothes Vocabulary:

Each child is to name at least 2 on adult request e.g. ask “what’s this called?”

 

Week Three

Magic Sack Activities

Memory:

Feed the monster using monster mouth and 6 items of plastic food or pictures.

As above ask each child to give 2/3 items (as appropriate) in sequence to the monster.

Magic Tree Activities

Sorting:

Summer and winter clothes.

Children to have 2 turns and adult check vocabulary knowledge

Week Four

Magic Sack Activities

Memory:

Feed the monster.

As above and increase the choice to 8 items if appropriate for children. Ask children to give 2 or 3 items in sequence to the monster.

Listening:

‘pass the clap’

Adult starts off a clap and it passes around the circle, when passed one way, go back around the other way.

Magic Tree Activities

Sorting:

Road and air transport items.

Sort using the road and air boards, objects and pictures, bike, bus, care, aeroplane, helicopter, hot air balloon. Reinforce Vocabulary.

If this is too hard or advanced for the group sort between transport and animal pictures and reinforce the vocabulary.

 

 

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