All pre-school children in the year before they start school can attend school in Little Owls Nursery class in the term following from the age of three. Our childcare provision includes universal 15 hours entitlement and the extended 30 hour provision (for qualifying families). The Nursery runs in two sessions from 9:00-12:00 and 12:00 till 15:00 during term time – Monday to Friday. The maximum number of children in each session is 12. Initial enquiries should be directed to the school office – phoning 01485 541402. The registration process can be accessed by contacting the school office. The Little Owls Nursery Brochure covers contractual arrangements, inclusion, fees, and childcare provision.
Please contact the school for more information.
This term we are learning about 'Aliens and Robots'. We look forward to the school library van visiting every week. We are making great use of the outdoors, and love our mud kitchen.
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SUMMER TERM OBJECTIVES
As we enter the Summer term, we wanted to give you access to the weekly objectives that Little Owls would have covered if school were open as normal.
LITTLE OWLS WEEK 6 'HALF TEMR' OBJECTIVES:
As it is 'half term' this week, we understand that some families will take a break from learning. However, we also know that some families would still like to add learning to their activities this week. So, please enjoy the activities you would like to do, from this weeks learning ideas.
Listen, watch and respond to the story 'Superworm' by Julia Donaldson
- Listen to the story several times.
- Can the children listen and recognise the rhyming words?
- To recognise the ‘n’ sound
- Practise writing the 'n' letter
- Practise writing your first name
- Sing the rhyme - 'Theres a worm at the bottom of my garden...'
- Listen to a variety of books, texts, poems and short extracts
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- To compare the length of objects. To arrange at least 3 objects in order of length. To use length words – short and long
- Make ‘worms’ out of string, wool or playdough. Make at least 3 different sizes. Can you put them order? Which is the longest? Which is the shortest?
- Take one of the ‘worms’, can you find something that is longer? Shorter? The same size?
Understanding the World
- Have a dig in your garden. Can you find worms?
- What do they look like?
- How do they move?
- Perhaps you could make a wormery for your worm.
- Use string, dip it in paint to make a wiggly worm pattern on a piece of paper.
We hope you enjoy the learning and have a great week.
Any problems or queries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs Howarth and Miss Lee