School reopens after half term on Tuesday 25th February 2020.

Ghyllgrove Community Primary School &Resource Base for Hearing Impaired Children

Happy | Safe | Achieving




Class Teacher: Ms Collier

Teaching Assistant: Mrs Webb


Welcome Back to you all and a very happy new year! This term should be another exciting one for our nursery children with lots of learning to be done and fun to be had.


Nursery Times:

AM: 9.00 - 11.30am

PM: 12.30 - 3.00PM



Our topic for the new Spring Term will be about animals which will then lead onto farm animals as we head nearer to Easter



Letters and Sounds

Phase 1: 


Number of the week

In Nursery we will be focusing on the numbers 0-10.


Daily routine

9.00-9.10/ 12.30-12.40- Self register and child led learning

9.10-9.25/ 12.40-1.00- Counting, nursery rhymes, weather etc

9.25-10.45/ 1.00-2.40- Child led learning

10.45-11.00/ 2.45-3.00- Letters and Sounds

11.00-11.15/ 2.30-2.45- Snack time

11.15-11.30/ 2.45-3.00- Story and Home time


PE is currently on a Wednesday AM and Friday PM. The children will now be changing into their p.e kits after Christmas. Please ensure all earrings are removed. Your child will not be able to take part in P.E lessons if they are wearing earrings. Please ensure all PE kit is available I school.


Items to have in School

Spare clothes- tracksuit bottoms, t-shirt and underwear


Book bags

Please ensure that all items of clothing are named.


Dates for your diary: 






Welcome to Ghyllgrove Nursery

At Ghyllgrove Nursery we have created a fun and stimulating learning environment, where we offer a safe, friendly and fun place for your child to learn, develop and grow. A child led setting where we encourage children to explore and learn through indoor and outdoor play activities, with a fully qualified teacher and learning support assistants.


What makes us special?


We believe that:

Parents are their childs first and most important educator
Children learn best through play
Children learn well in social groups such as a family, friends, their childcare setting


Your child’s learning and development.

We follow the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum which sets the standard for the learning development and care of young children. The Early Years Foundation Stage helps us explore seven important learning areas with your child, whilst taking into account their individual abilities interests and special educational requirements.


These areas include:

The Prime areas of learning development

Communication and language

Personal social and emotional development

Physical development

The Specific areas :



Expressive Arts and Design

Understanding the World

Parent guide to supporting children with Maths at home

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