"Achievement Partnership Success"

Nursery 2020 - 2021

Ms Lopez

Ms Mrozek

We Miss You Nursery Children!




Welcome to the Nursery’s Class Page

It has been lovely to see lots of parents this morning to collect end of year reports and special books.


It isn’t quite the same end of term as we are used to and we look forward to seeing you all again in September.

Have a lovely Summer and take care.


Week beginning 13th July

Phase 2 Phonics

This week we are focusing on Uu, Bb, Hh and Rr Sounds

U https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zf2yf4j/articles/zn2phbk

B https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zf2yf4j/articles/zbnb382

H https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zf2yf4j/articles/zvhvy9q

R https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zf2yf4j/articles/zfxsnrd

Listen to the phonics song




What can you find in your house beginning with these sounds? Practise writing them.

Continue to recognise previously taught letters and their sounds: https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/2

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This week we are going to be working on speaking skills and asking questions ready for September to aid transition. As well as name writing and phonics. We have broken the work down into a day by day timetable for you. You can choose to do the activities each day like we have explained or you can choose when you want to do them.


Talking – Have a look at the pictures we have sent in the brown envelope. Talk about your new classroom and new teachers.

Encourage children to ask questions and talk about returning to school.



Write a letter to a friend or your new teacher. Children can think about what they want to say. Adults can help them put it into a sentence and write it down. Some children could have a go at writing the first letter for some words. Adults to model the writing process.



Emotional Literacy – Have a look at some of the pictures in the folder. How do you think they are feeling? What could have happened to make them feel that way? What can they do to feel better?



Keep practising your first name and begin to practise your surname ready for September and starting reception.



Share a story together. Talk about what it means to be brave.

The Lion Inside



This week we are going to be working on language curved and straight, number recognition and formation. We have broken the work down into a day by day timetable for you. You can choose to do the activities each day like we have explained or you can choose when you want to do them.


Collect 6 leaves. Talk about curved and straight parts.



Find all the curves in your house. It takes over 15 times to learn a new word!



Ask an adult to help your draw a circle, square, rectangle and triangle. Can you name the shapes? Talk about which shape is different to the rest and why. Use the words curved and straight to describe them.




Number Tombola – choose ten toys/objects and line them up. Write numbers 1-10 on a square of paper and fold it up tightly. Ask the children to undo it (increasing finger dexterity) recognise the number then count along to line to see what they have won.




Spend time exploring number formation ready for reception. See the rhymes in the folder. I can recommend Joy doodle (free app) to get reluctant mark makers to have a go!

Point out numbers wherever you are in the environment over the holidays to increase recognition.




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Alma Park Primary School

Errwood Road

Levenshulme, Manchester M19 2PF

T: 0161 224 8789

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