In Nursery we have 4 Key Groups;
Bees - Mrs Potiwal
Ladybirds - Mrs Williams
Snails- Mrs Awan
Spiders- Miss Muse
Our HLTA is Miss Rossiter, our Teaching Assistant is Mrs Hussain.
We teach using the Early Years Foundation Stage ensuring your child has a wide range of experiences across all 7 areas of Learning and Development which are,
Throughout the year we will teach a variety of skills and topics which often are based around the Seasons and what the children can see happening in the world around them such as,
From the moment the children come in they are engaged in planned activities that help support either their physical development or aid learning early literacy or Mathematics.
Thank you for your help in getting the children to Nursery on time so we are ready to start learning straight away.
Here at Maytree Nursery we firmly believe that children learn through play. The Early Years are when your child will learn the most and are very important for building the foundations for future learning. Children learn best when they are interested, excited and have hands on experiences of the world around them and there is lots you can do to help your child be school ready by the time they leave us. We aim to work together to give your child the very best start .
Play is the true work of a child.
Your child is learning the following things through play:
Role Play is really important for your child. When children play act they practice real life situations. Research shows that children who role play
Encourage your child to play and follow their interests. Joining them in what they are doing is not only fun but helps them to learn more as you can introduce new words and ideas as you play together.
How you can help your child to learn
As parents you are the most important educator as you are the expert on your child. What you do at home is so vital to your child's learning and you are doing it all the time without even knowing it when you talk and play together.
Below are some suggestions of some of the things that you can do with your child to help them learn and grow.