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Welcome to Our Nursery

一般信息

 

韋伯船長幼兒園是韋伯船長小學的一部分。

 

托兒所位於主教學樓右側的校園內。

 

在韋伯船長托兒所,我們提供了一個培育、關懷和安全的環境,讓孩子們可以快樂地成長,學習一起玩耍和工作。我們通過慣例和期望支持我們的孩子獲得技能和態度,使他們能夠享受早年,然後無縫過渡到學校。

 

我們的托兒所員工由完全合格的教師、助教和托兒所助理組成。所有員工在一個令人興奮和激勵的學習環境中共同努力,通過基礎階段和早期學習目標來規劃我們的學前課程。所有托兒所團隊都參加全校培訓和活動。

 

作為托兒所,我們與接待班密切合作,組織主題日和故事時間,並儘可能經常使用學校設施,包括學校禮堂的體育、參加學校製作、學校照片等。

 

我們的外部環境很有吸引力,提供了許多可以通過遊戲學習的不同區域,包括與托兒所大樓並排的迷你森林區。所有區域都是安全的。

托兒所只是學期時間。確切的學期日期可在學校網站上找到。

我們在整個學年關閉了五個員工培訓日。

托兒所由一個兩歲和一個三歲的房間組成。請點擊相應頁面的鏈接,了解如何為您的孩子註冊和申請資助

Meet the Early Years Team

Mrs Kirsty McGee
Reception Teacher

Mrs Selina Larkin
Reception TA

Miss Emma Robinson
Reception Teacher

Mrs Karen Jones
Reception TA

Mrs Samantha Brannon
EYFS Leader
Pre-School Teacher

Miss Sophie Walker
Pre-School TA

Miss Ruby Jones
Pre-School TA

Miss Louise Hallybone
Pre-School Teacher

Miss Dawn Evans
Pre-School TA

Miss Nicola Richards
1-1 Support

Mrs Amy Lewis
2Year Old Room Leader

Miss Stephanie Cox
Nursery Manager

Mrs Emma Burns
2 Year Old TA

Mrs Hannah Anthony
2 Year Old TA

Miss Stephanie Cooper
2 Year Old TA

Implementation 

The Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum (EYFS) begins at birth and continues until our children reach the end of their Reception year. At Captain Webb we provide an engaging curriculum that maximises opportunities for meaningful cross-curricular links and learning experiences, as well as promoting the unique child by offering extended periods of play and sustained thinking. We follow the children’s interests and ideas to foster a lifelong love of learning both in and outside of school.

 

Our curriculum has been designed to enable children to succeed through cooperative and

collaborative learning. As such, there is a strong emphasis on the Prime Areas of learning;

Communication and Language,

Physical Development and Personal,

Social and Emotional Development.

This is of particular importance in our nursery rooms which are skilfully planned for and feed into the Specific areas;

Literacy

Maths

Understanding of the World

Expressive Arts and Design

At Captain Webb we believe that early language skills and extending vocabulary should be at the core of our curriculum and is embedded into our in-door and out-door learning environment. We have devised specific vocabulary for each of our learning areas and incorporate these into our planning. We understand that early language skills is one of the key components to becoming a successful, confident learner.

 

Our Early Years setting is equipped with a wide range of resources across a variety of learning zones that supports the seven areas of the EYFS curriculum. These are developed and planned for by staff to provide meaningful experiences and create learning opportunities for pupils across an engaging and enhanced environment both inside and out. Adults work along side children during their play and adult focused activities, modelling skills, learning strategies, encouraging independence and providing opportunities to embed and deepen their understanding. Alongside our enabling environment we ensure that the children learn through a carful balance of child and adult lead activities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Educational Toys
Wooden Soldiers in Plastic Boat
Drawing Class
Painting Class

My Key Person

We Know that good teaching and learning begins with positive relationships.  Relationships fulfil our most fundamental needs as humans - social connectedness.

 A nurturing approach recognises that positive relationships are central to both learning and wellbeing, which is why all of our children are assigned to a 'key person'.  The key person is a named practitioner who has responsibilities for a small group of children.

They are there to help the child feel safe and secure.  the role is important for both child and parent and it is an approach set out in the EYFS.  The key person will respond to children's needs and help them settle into a new environment .  Communication is paramount between parent and key person, as these discussions hold key information about the child.​​​​​​​​​​

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Reading a Book

Forest School

Forest School is a specialised approach to outdoor learning that aims to develop confidence and self esteem through hands-on learning in woodland environments.  All of our EYFS children access our forest school at least once per week, where the forest school leader/teacher have planned thoughtful activities which inter link their topics and themes within the classroom.

 

Forest school is the perfect natural environment for children to build their self esteem, creativity and learn to manage their own risks whilst being supported by an adult.​​​​​​​​​​

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Memorable Experience

To introduce our children to the half termly topic, all children will have a 'Memorable Experience'.  This means the children will be taken out on a visit or we arrange for a work shop to come into school.  This helps them get a real insight into the next topic.​​​​​​​​​​

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