Welcome to Nursery 2021-2022
Achieving Excellence Together
Fordbridge Nursery 2022/23
Meet the Nursery Teachers
Meet the Teaching Assistants
Mrs Rooke and Mrs Akins
Mrs Lander (Forest School Leader on Wednesday)
Useful numbers - Solihull Health Visiting Team contact information:
To text a question to a Health Visitor, please use our ChatHealth service and text 07507 332563
To speak to a Health Visitor or to discuss an appointment, please ring:
- North – 0121 329 0120
- South – 0121 726 6755 or 0121 726 6756
For up-to-date service information, including information about well-baby clinics and groups, please access our social media pages:
- Can all children please be in school in suitable black shoes and complete uniform grey skirt/trousers or dress, white shirt and burgundy jumper/cardigan.
- In order to keep head lice at bay please check you child nearly every day.
Please make sure all belongings are named.
On Friday 17th March we will be starting library where your child will be able to borrow a book to keep for a week and return it the next Friday.
Each week they will be able to choose a new book but they must have a bag to put it in to keep it safe, ideally one that would fit an A4 size book.
Our current learning theme
Our theme is ‘Spring’. We will be learning about the signs of a season changing and exploring what this looks like.
We are excited to welcome you in to nursery for our Mother’s Day performance.
We are learning about daffodils, how to plant a daffodil bulb and will be watching them grow in nursery. We are hoping to see lots of signs of spring too!
In school as part of our PSHE scheme we will be discussing the importance of the PANTS rule with all children
please click on the image below to access the PANTS rule website and child friendly Pantosaurus video.
Spider webs, coating marbles in white paint and rolling them on black card
Salad caterpillars (cucumbers and tomatoes)
The children painted symmetrical butterflies, they painted one half, put both halves together and pressed down.
We are learning about The Very Hungry Caterpillar
Oh no, caterpillars have invaded our beanstalk
We are currently learning about Jasper’s Beanstalk and have made our own beanstalk in nursery
Jasper’s Beanstalk display
Red Nose Day - some children came to Nursery wearing red clothes
Observational drawings - the children drew a picture of a plant in a pot
Happy Mother’s Day - the children showed paintings of their moms
Fun activities in Nursery - Number Day
Chinese food tasting
The children made Chinese conical hats
We made bird food - lard, raisins and bird seed and then Mrs Akins hung them in the trees for us
Happy New Year