To All Parents and Guardians,
On behalf of everyone at Oldfield Brow, can I thank everyone for their extraordinary efforts within an extraordinary year. To all the parents, grandparents, brothers and sisters who have helped support your child over the past months, your support has been much appreciated.
As we now close for the summer, may I wish you all a very happy summer. Some may be travelling away on holiday and some may not, but to you all, we would like to wish you all a good break.
From this point onwards, your child's class email will not be monitored until September, but if you need to contact the school please email us on email@example.com and we will reply as soon as possible.
Take care of one another and see you all in September.
Welcome to the Nursery Class webpage.
Monday 20th July 2020
As this is the final week of school before Summer, we have complied a list of fun activities. Please find these activities in our downloads section. Normally we would be celebrating the children's year together, in school, with similar activities, parties, trips and visitors. We hope you find the list of activities we have complied useful and that you have fun, celebrating your child's progress and achievements.
Mrs Plimmer and I would like to say a huge thank you to all of you for the wonderful memories we created with yourselves and your children during their time in Nursery. We hope we have supported you during this time at home and we wish you a restful and fun Summer.
Best wishes and take care of yourselves,
Miss Brickhill and Mrs Plimmer.
Reading Together Day
Hi - its Mrs C. It's Reading Together Day! It doesn't matter how old we are, reading together can be a special family time. Why not send in a picture of story-time today to appear on the blog?Make a point today of sharing a book with someone you care about. What will you share? Author and Waterstones Children's Laureate Cressida Cowell shares her 10 top tips for parents and carers here...
Monday 13th July 2020
Mrs Plimmer and I hope you have all had a lovely weekend. Please find this weeks home learning activities in the downloads section.
Monday 6th July 2020
Please find this weeks home learning activities in the downlods section.
Monday 29th June 2020
Please find this weeks home learning activities in the downloads section. Mrs Plimmer and I are missing all of you!
Monday 22nd June 2020
Mrs Plimmer and I have really enjoyed saying hello to lots of you on the phone and Miss Drabble and Mrs Norbury have told us that those of you in school had a lovely first week back!
Please find the home learning activities for this week in the download section.
Friday 19th June 2020
I recently came across this lovely idea which allows children to explore the mathematic concepts of shape and pattern while also creating some natural, transient art.
Thursday 18th 2020
We have had some very rainy weather recently! Here are a collection of ideas for educational, explorative play in the rain!
Wednesday 17th 2020
Here's a simple activity that your child may enjoy. We often feed the birds in the Foundation Stage Garden and the children love seeing them eat the food we have left out for them.
Tuesday 16th June 2020
Here's a fun and engaging writing activity.
Monday 15th June 2020
I hope you all had a lovely weekend. Mrs Plimmer and myself will be calling those of you who are staying at home this week. We are looking forward to saying hello to all of you. Miss Drabble, Miss Limbert and Mrs Smith are all looking forward to spending time with those of you who are returning school.
Please see the E-bag for this half terms learning objectives.
The children have been getting used to using the PC's and smartboard at school and have enjoyed playing on the 'busy things' website. This website is fantastic as it covers many areas of learning in the Early Years Foundation Stage and the children love it! If you would like your little person to access the site whilst at home the login details are:-
Library books will be changed each Monday and Friday.
We really hope you and your little person enjoy reading these books together and that you share many other books at home. Fostering a love of reading at such an early age is so important in developing future literacy skills. If you wish to change your library book at any other time during the week please approach myself or Mrs. Plimmer.