St Teresa's Catholic Primary School

Growing and learning together, as part of God’s family, to be the best we can be.

Brook Road, Borehamwood, Hertfordshire WD6 5HL

020 8953 3753

admin@stteresas.herts.sch.uk

Welcome to Nursery

A very warm welcome to Nursery

In Nursery we have a strong emphasis on developing communication and language skills. We also encourage children to develop strong relationships with adults and other children. We work closely with Reception and follow the Early Years Foundation Stage framework that is divided into the seven areas of learning. Much of the time is spent learning through play. We observe children in their play and plan activities that encourage their interests. Nursery rhymes, stories and singing are very important in our curriculum and we plan adult led activities that develop early phonics and mathematics. We support the children to become independent learners and to develop the skills for a good start in Reception.

We work together with parents to ensure all children are, ‘Growing and learning together, as part of God’s family, to be the best that we can be.’

Mrs Hatton and Mrs Liffchak - Nursery class teachers

Mrs Clancy - Nursery class nurse

Spring 1 Term learning -2020

During the spring term we have enjoyed looking into winter. Nursery children have learnt what clothes we wear and why.  We also talked about what our weather is like now and how it might be. Nursery children have enjoyed exploring and experimenting with ice - what it feels like and the different ways we can make ice melt. The Nursery children enjoyed learning about the Arctic and Antarctica, and finding out which animals live in the North and South Pole.
In phonics we have focussed on listening skills from Letters and Sounds.


In maths we have continued learning essentials foundations for counting, focussing on representing numbers using fingers and a everyday items, as well as using maths in everyday play.


In RE we have been learning about Jesus growing up and the different ways he helped people.