The children take part in ‘tummy time’ mark making on a large scale.


The children mark make in Nursery using toothbrushes, paintbrushes and rollers outside.

The children consolidate their RWI letter sounds during continuous provision.


The Nursery children went on an Autumn hunt in our garden.

They found lots of autumn artefacts, conkers, pine cones, hedgehogs, squirrels, yellow and orange leaves, which they were able to name.

The children sang and danced to ‘I’m a dingle dangle scarecrow’

We had lots of fun!

    Keep up to date with everything on our class twitter page: @Sspp_Nursery

Congratulations to our home learning certificate winner; Darla🤩
For excellent effort learning to write her name!

From Tue 5th January @ssppcps will only be open to the pupils of key workers and vulnerable pupils in all classes.  More information to follow very shortly via school App and on Twitter. click here for letter from LA Education.

@Sspp_Nursery @ssppcps Merry Christmas to all our lovely families.
We hope you have a wonderful Christmas full of love, joy & laughter.
Love all your Nursery Teachers x

For those nursery parents/carers who wanted words to work on over the summer. Here are the list of words from our RWI phonic sessions to start to learn to read. We start with 1.1 words first. We call these words 'Word Time' words. @ssppcps

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