Jemison (Early Years)
This is our last week of remote learning! I can’t wait to see you all again and have lots of fun in nursery. Below are this weeks activities, including some fun things to do Thursday as we celebrate world book day!
Have a great week and we will see you all very very soon!
Remember to take lots of photos of the activities you do and send them to email@example.com so I can add them to our remote learning gallery.
Keep smiling, Stay safe!
– Mrs Nicholls 🌈🌈x
🌈Remote Learning 2021🌈
Every day when we are in school we sing the Hello Everyone 👋🏻👋🏻 song to start our group times. Below is a video of Miss Rutledge, Miss Boocock and myself singing this for you, why not join in and sing along too, Can you remember the actions too?
🌈 Our story of the week – Jasper’s beanstalk 🌈
Click on the you tube video below to hear the story of Supertato!!
🌈 Daily activities 🌈
Jasper’s beanstalk grow after a while, we are getting close to spring where plants and trees begin to grow, can you go for a walk or even go in your garden and look for some signs of spring?
Can you see flowers beginning to bloom? Leaves growing on trees? Can you take some photos of the signs of spring you can see?
Jasper found a bean and planted it and he looked after it every day. Can you plant some seeds, maybe you could find yours in a piece of fruit such as an apple or pear. Can you look after yours to see what happens.
Jasper’s beanstalk got very tall in end of the story. Can you find things that are taller than you? How about things that are smaller than you? Can you take some photos for me to see what you found that was taller and smaller?
Today is World book day 2021. Today I would love you to bring a book to life! You can either choose a story from ‘Our stories’ or ‘favourite five’ section on our class page (scroll down), or choose a book from home. Then have a go at completing some of the suggested activities. Let me know what you got up!
Screen free Friday
This week we are introducing screen free Friday. Below is a activity passport each week you can chose any activity you like to complete and tick off your passport.
Remember to take photos and send them to firstname.lastname@example.org so I can send you a badge on Marvellous Me.
🌈 Our song of the week is – Happy🌈
To celebrate our last week of remote learning this week song is Happy. Can you sing and dance along to the music
🌈Let’s learn something new-London🌈
London is the capital city of England. Below are some of the landmark places in London. Buckingham palace, london eye and Big Ben. Can you create your own version of one of these buildings? You could use building blocks, cardboard boxes or items from around your house?
Have a wonderful week
Remember to take lots of photos
Our class email address is Jemison@southbankprimary.co.uk
🌈 Remote learning gallery 🌈
Our favourite five
Below are this terms favourite five stories. Each term we have five new stories over the term these are stories we will read regularly to the children for them to become familiar with. Miss Rutledge and Miss Boocock have recorded each of this terms for you to enjoy.
🌈 Our stories 🌈
🌈 Our songs 🌈
🌈Remote Learning videos🌈
Welcome to our class page!
Our class is named after Mae Carol Jemison born 17th October 1956 an American engineer, physician, and former NASA astronaut. She became the first black woman to travel into space as a mission specialist aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour.
As part of black history month we talked about Mae and and how incredible she is, all her achievements from going to space, writing books and starring on a tv show and how brave she is to go to space.
Inside every child is a rainbow waiting to shine
All about us…
We are the two year old provision here at South Bank Primary School. We welcome all children into our provision and look forward to getting to know your child and working closely with yourself to provide the best quality education and care within our setting. We understand how important this stage is in your child’s development and our aim is to support them on the first step of their school journey here at South Bank Primary School. We are very much included within the school and given the opportunity to participate in all the incredible whole school activities and events.
Room Lead – Mrs Nicholls
Nursery assistant – Miss Rutledge
Nursery assistant – Miss Boocock
As we are all local to school we know just how wonderful and important the South Bank community spirit is and this is something we want to embrace and reflect within our class. We see ourselves as a family and welcome every new child and parent who join our fantastic school. We care about each child as we would our own and want to give them the very best start to their education and school journey.
Below are some photos of our wonderful classroom. Our aim is to provide a engaging and warm environment where your child can learn, explore and discover. We have many areas within our room including a home area, book corner, mark making and loose parts.
As we follow a child led learning approach within our setting we often change the resources in these areas to reflect the children’s current interest and add to they learning.
The great outdoors
We are lucky enough to have our very own outdoor area within our provision. The children have access to this area throughout the entire session no matter what the weather! (We always recommend weather appropriate clothing)
We have many areas outside including water, large construction, bikes and cars and a quiet area for recharging.
To ensure all children are thriving within our setting we follow the Early years foundation stage framework which includes seven areas of learning. All areas of learning are equally important however we focus on the three prime areas of learning as these are the foundation in your children’s development and learning. These three areas of learning are:
Communication and language
Personal, Social and emotional development
Whilst also working on the the 4 other areas of learning:
Understanding the world
Expressive arts and design
About our day
Our current sessions times are:
Mornings 8.50am – 11.50am
Afternoons 12pm – 3pm
All day 8.50am – 3pm
During each session children can choose to spend their time exploring the outdoor area or the classroom. Adults within the room will be with the children interacting with them and when an opportunity arises “teaching” the children.
We also do a group time each session with the children, this may include our story and nursery rhyme of the week or a story or nursery rhyme chosen by a child.
The adults role is:
‘Communicating and modelling language, showing, explaining, demonstrating, exploring ideas, encouraging, questioning, recalling, providing a narrative for what they are doing, facilitating and setting challenges. It takes account of the equipment they provide and the attention to the physical environment as well as the structure and routines of the day that establish expectations.’
Each child is provided with a choice of fruit for their snack as well as a drink of milk. Children who stay all day are also provided with a healthy two course lunch provided by the school cook. Water bottles are provided for each child throughout the session.
Our year so far…
What an incredible first half term we had. We got to know each other, make friends and had lots of lots of FUN!
We can’t wait to see what next term brings.
WOW! So much happened this term, We kicked of the term with Bonfire night activities and learning how to safe around fireworks. We learnt about remembrance day, why its important and how we can honour the fallen, we also made a lovely poppy display in our classroom window, we included a few purple poppies to remember all the incredible animals and they efforts to help our soldiers. We’ve joined in and raised some money towards children in need. We also celebrated Christmas we learnt the Christmas story, had lots of fun doing Christmas crafts and a elf named Elvis joined our class for December too!
We wish all our children and families a very merry Christmas and a happy and healthy new year! we cant wait for our adventures to continue is 2021!