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The introduction of Little Wandle in school is making a real difference already! It's been a pleasure to see the children reading in groups across the school :) Ms Harrison

Daisy class - Nursery (F0/F1)

Welcome to Daisy Class

 

Mrs Lord - Teacher (Monday, Tuesday, Friday)

Mrs Martin - Teacher (Wednesday and Thursday)

Mrs Carter - Level 3 TA

Mrs. F. Rezai (am) - Level 2 TA

Mrs. S. Madlani (pm) - Level 2 TA

Autumn 2022: All About Me

 

This term our F1 children are:

 

developing their confidence when leaving their parents

learning to follow the routines of the classroom

developing relationships with the adults in the classroom, as well as making new friends

 

Tapestry

 

We use tapestry in school to record your child's learning journey. If you haven't already please ask at school for a form to complete.

 

Please share all the wonderful things you do at home with us via Tapestry, we love hearing about what the children do at home and this is so important. We would particularly like to hear about what your child enjoys doing at nursery, if they talk about their friends and any other information that you think might be helpful :)

 

 

Joining the Library

 

We believe that stories and reading is one of the most important things to share and we wouldn't want anyone to miss out. Joining the library and borrowing books is completely free. Our closest library is on Narborough Road (although there are lots of libraries all over the city). There are no forms to fill in, just drop in with some proof of ID. Why not pop in after nursery? You can join for free and start borrowing today!

 

You can find out more information about our nearest library, Westcotes, by clicking below:

 

Westcotes Library, Narborough Road

Toilet Training

 

Learning to use the toilet is really important and something we work hard on in Daisy class. Children are reminded to use the toilet regularly and we know that accidents will still happen (there is just so much to do and play with!). We also work closely with each individual family to ensure we can support them at whatever stage of the journey they are at.  This website has lots of useful tips and advice:

ERIC

 

Please come and talk to one of us, if you have concerns or require support with this.

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