Information for Parents
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Where do I ned to go?
Here you will find some short videos of Mrs Byng, our Nursery teacher and Early Years leader, who will show you where to go and what some areas of our school look like.
What will my day be like?
We can't wait for you to join our wonderful school, where you will be learning, playing, making friends, investigating, exploring and having the best time!
You will arrive at school and your grown ups will help you find your peg to hang your coat and then you will wash your hands.
We will also have some time together on the carpet, where we will say hello to each other and read a story and maybe sing some nursery rhymes!
After that you will get to explore the room including painting, playdough, exploring numbers and letters, building with the blocks and so much more!
Here you will find some photos of some of the things you could be doing and places you can explore !
What are you looking forward to exploring?
Can you see anything you like playing with at home?
How do you feel about starting school?
We hope that these photos will give you some idea of some of the lovely activities on offer and what to expect.
Games & Activities
Below are a range of websites and games to explore with your child to help them get used to the idea of starting Nursery or Reception.
These two, fun, online games from BBC Bitesize will enable your child to become familiar with what life at school will be like.
The CBeebies website is full of lots of activities, videos, games and information pages to help with this really big next step for you and your child.