Welcome to Nursery
Morning session: 9 am to 12 am.
Afternoon session: 12.30 pm to 15.30 pm.
Full day session: 9 am to 3.30 pm.
It is crucial that the school office have the current and up-to-date contact details (phone numbers and email addresses). Please contact them if your details have changed.
At Mayville Primary, we pride ourselves on our open-door policy, but current circumstances make this more difficult. Therefore, if you need to speak to your child’s class teacher, you can either contact the office and we will get back to you as soon as possible. Alternatively, you could contact teachers via Google Class.
General Class Housekeeping
Dance- Autumn 1, spring 1 and Summer 1 every Thursday morning. Please ensure children wear suitable clothing.
What to bring to school
We encourage children to bring one spare set of clothes in case they need to get changed in school. We ask that children wear comfortable shoes every day as we access both indoors and outdoors learning. We also need children to bring:
- A named water bottle
- A named packed lunch (if not school dinners).
- Their reading record and book every Thursday.
The Early Years curriculum promotes the school’s values and aims to create lasting memories and a joy of learning. Our topics are introduced with an exciting hook each time and children learn key skills through a well organised and engaging learning environment.
Weekly Home Reading
In Nursery children receive:
- Weekly reading books every Thursday. Please remember to bring your reading record and your book every Thursday to change it. We recommend that you read with your child daily.
- Half termly projects (mostly for the holidays) that can be visiting the National History Museum if we are learning about dinosaurs, going to the park to collect natural resources if we are learning about Autumn, make a collage or painting at home if we are learning about African patterns etc.
We have Google Classroom login details for all children. This platform is used to update parents/Guardians about what is happening in the nursery throughout the year. We share pictures of the activities or role-play area that has been set up for the children. Some parents can also use this to share any pictures of what their child has been learning at home. We always welcome photos of any trips that the children might have been on during their weekend or half term break.
Thank you, we look forward to your child’s learning journey in Reception.