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1
Healey Nursery
Learning to play, playing to learn
We play indoors and outdoors every day
2
Healey Nursery Staff
Mrs Elaine Milligan
and Mrs Gosia Ingleby -
Teachers/ Early Years Leaders.
Mrs Karen
Smith- Nursery Nurse Miss
Jodie Longstaff- Teaching Assistant Mrs Rabia
Malik Nursery Nurse/ Bilingual Support Worker
3
Key Workers
  • All members of nursery staff look after all the
    children. The teachers however hold an overall
    responsibility for everyone.
  • Key worker is a person who spends a lot of time
    interacting, teaching in a group, playing and
    assessing your child. They may be this special
    person who gives your child emotional support and
    extra care while they are at nursery. So if you
    have any queries about your child, please speak
    either to their key worker or to the class
    teacher.

4
Healey Nursery
  • Morning Nursery
  • 8.40 am- 11.40 am
  • Afternoon Nursery
  • 12.30 noon- 3.30 pm

5
Healey Nursery
As from September 2012 there are seven areas of
learning in the Early Years
Three prime areas of learning 1. Personal,
Social Emotional Development 2. Physical
Development 3. Communication and Language and
four specific areas of learning 1.
Mathematics 2. Literacy 3. Expressive Arts and
Design 4. Understanding the World
6
Healey Nursery
Personal, Social Emotional Development This
area of learning is about emotional well-being,
knowing who you are and where you fit in. It is
about feeling good about yourself, and about
respecting others.
  • making friends
  • sharing toys and space
  • playing together
  • taking turns
  • becoming independent and confident
  • caring for own hygiene

7
Healey Nursery
Communication and Language This area of learning
is about speaking about what is happening,
talking to each other and listening.
  • listening to each other
  • talking about what they have done
  • asking and answering questions

8
Healey Nursery
Physical Development Physical development in the
Foundation Stage is about improving coordination,
manipulation and movement. It also helps children
gain awareness of importance of being healthy and
active.
  • using space safely when running, hopping,
    jumping, crawling etc.
  • threading games and construction kits
  • manipulating playdough holding pens properly
  • experimenting with balls, beanbags hoops

9
Healey Nursery
Mathematics Mathematical development includes
counting, sorting, matching and recognising
patterns. It involves working with numbers,
shapes, space and measures.
  • counting rhymes and songs
  • counting toys
  • recognising shapes
  • comparing sizes

10
Healey Nursery
Understanding the World This is where children
develop knowledge and skills that helps them to
make sense of the world. It contains elements of
science, design technology, history, geography
and ICT.
  • using computers, bee-bots and ICT
  • using magnifying glasses, microscopes and
    gardening tools
  • listening to and speaking to visitors

11
Healey Nursery
Literacy Literacy is about listening to sounds
and stories. It is about reading books, chanting
rhymes and about learning to write.
  • learning making up stories rhymes
  • talking about what they have done
  • starting to learn to write

12
Healey Nursery
Expressive Arts and Design This area of learning
includes art, music, dance, role play and
imaginative play. Being creative enables children
to explore the world freely, to make connections
between all areas of learning and to have fun!
  • role playing and pretending
  • painting, sticking, drawing, tearing, playing
    with dough and gloop
  • singing, dancing and playing instruments
  • junk modelling and making things

13
Healey Nursery
Characteristics of Effective Learning
Mr and Mrs Busy Active Learning I find some
things fascinating I can focus on an activity for
a period of time I am not easily distracted I
keep on trying when something is challenging I am
proud of how I do things If something is
difficult I try different approaches I enjoy
meeting challenges
Mr Clever and Little Miss Brainy Creating
Thinking Critically I think of ideas I find ways
to solve problems I think of new ways to do
things I make predictions I check how well my
activities are going Planning and making
decisions about how to approach my play Use the
language of thinking and learning think, know,
remember, idea, plan, learn, make sense, trying
to do, or figuring out
Mr Happy Miss Cheerful Playing and
Exploring I am curious about objects, events and
people I engage in open ended activities I show
particular interests I engage in role play I take
part in make believe and pretend I initiate
activities I seek challenges I learn by trial and
error
14
How you can help.
  • Homework
  • Family Funwork book is homework set for nursery
    children and their parents. This is to inform you
    what we are learning every week at nursery and
    how you can support your childs learning.
  • So please try to do it weekly. Children love
    learning together.
  • Allow your child to do their part of the homework
    independently, at their own level. Do not worry
    if it looks like a scribble, as long as they are
    trying their best.
  • Share with us what you do at home. Tell us about
    your child successes, about your trips or family
    gatherings. Share please!
  •  Friday- Library
  • Every Friday we run our nursery library. Please
    remember to bring your book to exchange each
    week, at the beginning of a Friday session.
  • Read with your child every day. Reading sets
    children for future success.
  •  

15
Themes
  • Being Me. Nursery Rhymes.
  • Light and Dark. Christmas.
  • Once upon a time / Traditional Stories.
  • Our Community/ People Who Help Us.
  • Living and Growing (Plants/ Animals).
  • Minibeasts.
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Title: Healey Nursery


1
Healey Nursery
Learning to play, playing to learn
We play indoors and outdoors every day
2
Healey Nursery Staff
Mrs Elaine Milligan
and Mrs Gosia Ingleby -
Teachers/ Early Years Leaders.
Mrs Karen
Smith- Nursery Nurse Miss
Jodie Longstaff- Teaching Assistant Mrs Rabia
Malik Nursery Nurse/ Bilingual Support Worker
3
Key Workers
  • All members of nursery staff look after all the
    children. The teachers however hold an overall
    responsibility for everyone.
  • Key worker is a person who spends a lot of time
    interacting, teaching in a group, playing and
    assessing your child. They may be this special
    person who gives your child emotional support and
    extra care while they are at nursery. So if you
    have any queries about your child, please speak
    either to their key worker or to the class
    teacher.

4
Healey Nursery
  • Morning Nursery
  • 8.40 am- 11.40 am
  • Afternoon Nursery
  • 12.30 noon- 3.30 pm

5
Healey Nursery
As from September 2012 there are seven areas of
learning in the Early Years
Three prime areas of learning 1. Personal,
Social Emotional Development 2. Physical
Development 3. Communication and Language and
four specific areas of learning 1.
Mathematics 2. Literacy 3. Expressive Arts and
Design 4. Understanding the World
6
Healey Nursery
Personal, Social Emotional Development This
area of learning is about emotional well-being,
knowing who you are and where you fit in. It is
about feeling good about yourself, and about
respecting others.
  • making friends
  • sharing toys and space
  • playing together
  • taking turns
  • becoming independent and confident
  • caring for own hygiene

7
Healey Nursery
Communication and Language This area of learning
is about speaking about what is happening,
talking to each other and listening.
  • listening to each other
  • talking about what they have done
  • asking and answering questions

8
Healey Nursery
Physical Development Physical development in the
Foundation Stage is about improving coordination,
manipulation and movement. It also helps children
gain awareness of importance of being healthy and
active.
  • using space safely when running, hopping,
    jumping, crawling etc.
  • threading games and construction kits
  • manipulating playdough holding pens properly
  • experimenting with balls, beanbags hoops

9
Healey Nursery
Mathematics Mathematical development includes
counting, sorting, matching and recognising
patterns. It involves working with numbers,
shapes, space and measures.
  • counting rhymes and songs
  • counting toys
  • recognising shapes
  • comparing sizes

10
Healey Nursery
Understanding the World This is where children
develop knowledge and skills that helps them to
make sense of the world. It contains elements of
science, design technology, history, geography
and ICT.
  • using computers, bee-bots and ICT
  • using magnifying glasses, microscopes and
    gardening tools
  • listening to and speaking to visitors

11
Healey Nursery
Literacy Literacy is about listening to sounds
and stories. It is about reading books, chanting
rhymes and about learning to write.
  • learning making up stories rhymes
  • talking about what they have done
  • starting to learn to write

12
Healey Nursery
Expressive Arts and Design This area of learning
includes art, music, dance, role play and
imaginative play. Being creative enables children
to explore the world freely, to make connections
between all areas of learning and to have fun!
  • role playing and pretending
  • painting, sticking, drawing, tearing, playing
    with dough and gloop
  • singing, dancing and playing instruments
  • junk modelling and making things

13
Healey Nursery
Characteristics of Effective Learning
Mr and Mrs Busy Active Learning I find some
things fascinating I can focus on an activity for
a period of time I am not easily distracted I
keep on trying when something is challenging I am
proud of how I do things If something is
difficult I try different approaches I enjoy
meeting challenges
Mr Clever and Little Miss Brainy Creating
Thinking Critically I think of ideas I find ways
to solve problems I think of new ways to do
things I make predictions I check how well my
activities are going Planning and making
decisions about how to approach my play Use the
language of thinking and learning think, know,
remember, idea, plan, learn, make sense, trying
to do, or figuring out
Mr Happy Miss Cheerful Playing and
Exploring I am curious about objects, events and
people I engage in open ended activities I show
particular interests I engage in role play I take
part in make believe and pretend I initiate
activities I seek challenges I learn by trial and
error
14
How you can help.
  • Homework
  • Family Funwork book is homework set for nursery
    children and their parents. This is to inform you
    what we are learning every week at nursery and
    how you can support your childs learning.
  • So please try to do it weekly. Children love
    learning together.
  • Allow your child to do their part of the homework
    independently, at their own level. Do not worry
    if it looks like a scribble, as long as they are
    trying their best.
  • Share with us what you do at home. Tell us about
    your child successes, about your trips or family
    gatherings. Share please!
  •  Friday- Library
  • Every Friday we run our nursery library. Please
    remember to bring your book to exchange each
    week, at the beginning of a Friday session.
  • Read with your child every day. Reading sets
    children for future success.
  •  

15
Themes
  • Being Me. Nursery Rhymes.
  • Light and Dark. Christmas.
  • Once upon a time / Traditional Stories.
  • Our Community/ People Who Help Us.
  • Living and Growing (Plants/ Animals).
  • Minibeasts.
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