More structured learning in a new environment
The pre-school class is structured more like a reception room with labels and pictures on draws to help with recognition. Responsibilities such as tidying up and sharing are taught, along with granting the children the independence to use the facilities.
We introduce rules and boundaries such as sharing, walking not running, taking turns, and being polite. Children are set more structured challenges and activities such homework which includes copying letters, reading, shape sheets, number sheets and alphabet sheets.
We always encourage children to choose the areas where they would like to play and learn using something they enjoy. For example, some children prefer to sit at the maths table to learn maths, whilst some children prefer to learn maths through construction. Our ongoing monitoring helps us to understand your child and focus their learning where it is most effective.
The Pre-school Room
Messy area – here, the children can explore a wide variety of materials including sand, water, play dough, clay, paint, glue and much more
Maths & Language area – There are lots of opportunities for the children to play games and practice their writing skills.
Library – The library is a fun place for story times and circle times, and there are plenty of books to enjoy.
I. T. Area – The children can learn how to use the computer, and play learning games.
Home Corner – Our fun role-play area is packed with the sort of things you would find around the house, and creates a feeling of home, where the children can express their feelings.
Construction area – We have construction toys both large and small to encourage creativity and imagination.
If you have any questions regarding our Nursery care for your child, please call us on 01253 839397 or email firstname.lastname@example.org