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Nursery - Poppy



Welcome to the Poppy class page. It has been so lovely to meeting our new families and we look forward to working together in the coming months. On this page I will be posting updates about our class topics and what we have been doing in the classroom each week. There will also be ideas for you to try out at home. 

You can keep in contact at any time through the class email- 


Morning session: 8:45am - 11:45am (The gate will open at 8.40am)

Full Day: 8:45  - The gate will be open at 3.20pm for a 3.30pm pick up. On a Friday pick up will be between 3pm and 3.15pm. If you have any questions please email me or contact the school office. 




World book day.

Thursday 7th March 2024


We will be reading Peace on earth by David Litchfield 





Take a virtual tour of our classroom!

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13/02/24 - Today we have been celebrating Pancake day - We have tried pancakes, made pancakes in the playdough and have made pankcake faces! We have also read a story today called Mr Wolf's pancakes!

w/c 5/12/24 - Poppy class have loved playing out in the rain this week! Please remember that we go out in all weathers so please bring wellies on rainy days.

This week we have been creating Chinese Dragons when learning about Chinese New Year

Our Story this week has been Owl Babies - We made our own owl biscuits like Sarah, Percy and Bill in the story! w/c 15/01/2024

Three Billy Goats Gruff

This week we have been learning about the three Billy goats gruff story. We have been acting out the story and remembering what phrases are said in the story using different pitched voices. 


Our poppies we made for Remembrance Day

Friday 10th November 2023- 

Poppy class have been very busy this week. We have continued to discuss and learn about bonfire night on Monday. During group time we discussed the fireworks that we saw over the weekend. We have also continued to talk and do different activities around Goldilocks and the three bears like trying porridge! We have learnt a new song (see below) This week we also looked into the festival Diwali and made divas out of clay which we will paint and decorate next week and we also made patterns using sand to create rangoli patterns. 


When Goldilocks went to the house of the bears

When Goldilocks went to the house of the bears,
Oh what did her two eyes see?
A bowl that was huge,
A bowl that was small,
A bowl that was tiny and that was all,
She counted them: one, two, three.

When Goldilocks went to the house of the bears,
Oh what did her two eyes see?
A chair that was huge,
A chair that was small,
A chair that was tiny and that was all,
She counted them: one, two, three.

When Goldilocks went to the house of the bears,
Oh what did her two eyes see?
A bed that was huge,
A bed that was small,
A bed that was tiny and that was all,
She counted them: one, two, three.

When Goldilocks ran from the house of the bears,
Oh what did her two eyes see?
A bear that was huge,
A bear that was small,
A bear that was tiny and that was all,
They growled at her: grr, grr, grr!

Autumn Term 2 - Our Topic this term is Once Upon a Time

In the Once Upon a Time project, your child will be introduced to the wonderful world of stories. They will listen to a range of traditional tales and have the chance to act out the stories in their play. They will also listen to alternative contemporary stories to see different viewpoints from the characters. They will use the stories to think about how life has changed from when the stories were written. They will also make up their own stories and make masks, props and puppets to act out their stories.

Supporting your child at home

  • Read traditional stories and fairy tales to your child.
  • Visit your local library and choose picture books to share.
  • Talk about the characters in stories and whether they like or dislike them.
  • Talk about how the characters in stories behave and what they could do differently.

Our Topic this term is Me and My Community - 


In the Me and My Community, your child will learn about the school community and building friendships. They will explore the school grounds and find out about all the people in school who are there to help them. They will explore how they are special and unique and how everyone’s family is different. They will take part in practical activities to support them to build new friendships and explore what makes a good friend. They will also find out about people in the community who help us, including doctors, nurses, and the emergency services.

Supporting your child at home

  • Look at family photographs together and discuss who is part of your family and extended family.
  • Look at baby photographs and talk about how they have grown.
  • Look at any childhood photographs of parents and grandparents.
  • Talk about the things you like to do together and places you like to go.








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