Those of us who have been in school the last few weeks have made 'Peace Doves'. They are cut out doves with messages of peace, hope and love on.
Some of our doves have messages of love and thanks for our NHS workers and key workers.
As doves are the sign of the Holy Spirit, why don't you create a dove at home? Bring it into school when we're back and we'll see if we have enough to create a display.
There are lots of ideas on pinterest!
Use this link for resources for your child. Just simply sign up (it's free) and go to EYFS for different activities. Have fun!!
This basic playdough recipe offers parent helpers or teaching assistants a pictorial guide and tips for working with a small group of children.
Good morning everyone!
I hope you are all keeping well and staying safe at home.
If you want some ideas as to what to do at home- I have made a little list below.
Parents, if you say “All set?” Your child should respond- “You bet!!”
Practice putting on your own coat and taking it off.
Can you fasten your own shoes?
Can you do laces?
Are you washing your hands in the correct way?
Make sure you share a story every day!
Keep on trying to write your name.
When you go outside; run, jump, skip, hop, ride a bike or scooter and use your arms and legs.
Try to hold your pencil correctly.
Maybe have a look at the photographs on our class page to see your friends- can you remember their names?!
Take care and I hope to see you all very soon.
Mrs Lawson xxx
As families are now self-isolating, we have put together some useful resources for home learning.
Please see below for links and guidance.
We will update again in the near future but in the meantime, we wish you all well.
Eve Lawson, Debbie Stanistreet, Fiona Gadie, Holly Moran and Rachel Smith Evans
Welcome to our Nursery!
Eve Lawson- Nursery Teacher and Early Years Coordinator
Debbie Stanistreet, Rachel Smith Evans and Holly Moran- Early Years Teaching Assistants
Fiona Gadie - Two Year Old Provision Teaching Assistant
08.45am -11.30 (11.45am)
Our direct learning and teaching starts promptly at the start of each session - please ensure that your child arrives on time.
(We open our doors at the end of each session, earlier to enable a safe, calm environment in which to say goodbye to all children. This is also an opportunity for you to speak to any member of our Nursery Team)
St William of York Catholic Primary School is committed to the highest possible quality of education and childcare in our Early Years Foundation Stage. We understand that all children learn and develop at different times. Our duty is to cater for children’s individual needs, enabling every child to reach their full potential and to ensure lifelong learning.
Our Nursery and Reception classes have a ‘home from home’ feel. Children are encouraged to become independent learners, both within the curriculum and for life skills. We offer a variety of experiences and every day is exciting and challenging!
We respect and understand that parents are children’s earliest and lifelong educators. By creating a partnership between staff and families, we endeavour to fulfil every child’s potential. Staff expertise in child development and an understanding of parent’s knowledge of their own child creates an environment where children’s learning can be nurtured to its full potential, enabling confident young learners.