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CURRICULUM PLANNING WEEK 2 13.06.16

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WEEK 13.06.16

Being Safe and Healthy

The Big Lunch

 




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Planning week 3 16/11/2015

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Communication, Language and Literacy

Goldilocks and the 3 Little Bear-Exploring Number, Counting, Size and Oder.

Indoor: Matching Bears to correct Numbered Honey Pot

Outdoor: What’s the Time Mr Wolf?

 

 

Maths

Counting Out from a Group and Making Groups

Indoor: Shape and Number Puzzles

Outdoor: Looking for Numbers

 

 

Personal, Social and Emotional Development

Celebrating The Great British Tea Party. Children to serve each other

Younger: Tea set

Older Alice in Wonderland Tea set.

 

 

Knowledge and Understanding of the World

Explore and Recognise simple Patterns in Art and the Environment.

In addition, Older-Recognising Numbers in everyday using Photographs.

 

 

Creative Development

Nursery School Trip to Gatton Pak to explore Maths and Autumn




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Planning week 4 23/11/2015

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PERSONAL, EMOTIONAL AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

Safety Walk

Wear Something Bright to Nursery School

 

Christmas Nativity Rehearsal

 

 

KNOWLEDGE/UNDERSTANDING OF THE WORLD

Safety Walk

Wear Something Bright to Nursery School

 

 

 

Christmas Nativity Rehearsal

 

 

Christmas Nativity Rehearsal




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Planning Week 2 09/11/2015

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Communication, Language and Literacy

Autumn Sensory Tray and Memory Game.

Indoor : Symmetry Leaves

Outdoor: Signs of Autumn

 

 

Physical Development

Autumn Walk 

Indoor: Leaf Collage

 

 

The Festival of Diwali

Diwali: Talk and Story using Puppets and Mendni Printing

Remembrance Day:

Story and Minute Silence

 

 

Maths

Exploring Autumn using Size using Mathematical Language

Indoor: Autumn Colouring Pictures

Outdoor: Signs of Autumn

 

 

Creative Development

Music and Movement

 

 




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Planning Week 1 02/11/2015

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Physical Development

Exploring Hibernating Animals using Movement.

Indoor : Draw Hibernating Animals

Outdoor: Make a Hedgehog Den

 

 

Knowledge and Understanding of the World 

Exploring Changes that Happen in Autumn

Indoor: Exploring Autumn using Books and Media.

Outdoor: Role-Play, Pretend to be Leaves

 

 

Maths

Use of Autumn Leaves to recognise and order leaves to 5

Older: to 10. Simple Addition to 5 using leaves.

Indoor: Number Puzzles

Outdoor: Looking for Signs of Autumn

 

 

Communication, Language and Literacy

Older: Exploring Fireworks using Onomatopoeia. Explore the length of the words.

Younger: Role-Play Fireworks using Language and Rhyme.

Indoor: Firework Pictures

Outdoor: Fireworks Role-Play using Ribbons

 

 

Creative Development

Music and Movement




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Planning week 5 04/05/2015

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CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT 

Younger: Five Little Firemen

Older: Ten Little Firemen

Indoor: Dressing-Up Police

Outdoor :Carwash Role-play

 

 

KNOWLEDGE/ UNDERSTANDING OF THE WORLD

Police, Fire, Ambulance

Younger: Naming and Sorting Game

Older: Discussion extending knowledge using images

Indoor: Colouring Pictures of the Services

Outdoor: Role-Play Fire Engines

 

 

PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT

Exploring Traffic Signs

Indoor: Art Zebra Crossing

Outdoor: Zebra Crossing

 

 

PERSONAL SOCIAL EMOTIONALDEVELOPMENT

Preparation for Transition

People Who Help Us: Role-Play Doctor

Indoor: Recreate Role-Play

Outdoor: Parachute Play

 

 

COMMUNICATION LANGUAGE AND LITERACY

People Who Help Us:

Visiting the Dentist

Indoor: Play Dough Teeth

Outdoor: Role-Play Dentist

 




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Planning Week 2 14/09/2015

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WEEK 2.
14/09/15

Personal,Social and Emotional Development Week Exploring the Nursery Golden Rules

 




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CURRICULUM PLANNING WEEK 4 22.06.15

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Sports Day Practice
Exploring: Number, Order,  Positional Language and the Importance of Physical Activity

 

Sports Day Practice
Exploring: Number, Order,  Positional Language and the Importance of Physical Activity

 

Creative Development
Under the Sea Role-Play

Indoor: Exploring Shells

Outdoor: Under the Sea Themed Play Dough

 

Sports Day Practice
Exploring: Number, Order,  Positional Language and the Importance of Physical Activity

 

Knowledge and Understanding of the World
Flowers of Britain: England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland.

Indoor: Colouring Flowers

Outdoor: Identifying Flowers




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Planning Week 4 28/09/2015

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WEEK 4
28/09/15

Healthy Eating Week




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Planning Week 3 21/09/2015

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WEEK 3
21/09/15

Healthy Eating Week




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CURRICULUM PLANNING WEEK 3 15.06.15

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Younger: Sunflower Number Line

Older: Ordering Numbers 1-15 by Building a Plant

Indoor: Sorting Flowers 

Outdoor: Planting Flowers in the Garden

 

Exploring: Number, Order,  Positional Language and the Importance of Physical Activity

 

Exploring British Summertime. Use of Images to Promote Discussion

Indoor: Summer    Collage Picture

Outdoor: Watering Flowers

 

Exploring: Number, Order,  Positional Language and the Importance of Physical Activity

 

Exploring the Seaside

Indoor: Life-cycle of a    Plant

Outdoor: Role-Play in the Sandpit




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Planning week 3 27/04/2015

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Exploring and Feeling different material. Using Communication to express thoughts.

Indoor: Material Box

Outdoor: Parachute Play

 

 

Numbers in French

Indoor Number Puzzles

Outdoor: Number Line

 

 

Younger: Exploring materials using the story: The 3 Little Pigs

Older: Exploring Story, Materials, Sequencing and Simple Phonetic Words of The 3 Little Pigs

Indoor: Animal Masks

Outdoor: Re-enact story

 

 

Exploring Different Materials using cutting and sticking

Indoor: Exploring Play dough

Outdoor: Exploring Sand

 

 

Mayday Celebrations

Including May Pole Dance

Indoor: Coloured Ribbon Collage

Outdoor: Mat Day Dance




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Policies to parents Making a Complaint 2014

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Our setting believes that children and parents are entitled to expect courtesy and prompt, careful attention to their needs and wishes. We welcome suggestions on how to improve our setting and will give prompt and serious attention to any concerns about the running of the setting. We anticipate that most concerns will be resolved quickly by an informal approach to the appropriate member of staff. If this does not achieve the desired result, we have a set of procedures for dealing with concerns. We aim to bring all concerns about the running of our setting to a satisfactory conclusion for all of the parties involved.




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Supporting children and families as they transition into school

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Building children’s resilience to cope with all the transitions that they will face starts at birth with the support of parents and care givers. When young children successfully acquire the social and emotional skills, knowledge and attitudes necessary for success in school we know this has a strong impact on future educational attainment and life chances and a child’s early years experiences are crucial in this process.

We have chosen the priorities we feel are necessary for children to be confident in before entering reception class from the Prime Areas of the Early Years Foundation Stage Outcomes, 30 to 50 months.

 




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Planning Week 1 23/2/2015

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WEEK 1

23/02/15

Exploring Spring

 

French Colours of Spring

 

Indoor: Colour Box 2

Outdoor: Find the signs of SpringGrowing Seeds

 

 

Indoor: Drawing Plants/ Using Flower Stamps

Outdoor: Looking for New GrowthExploring the season of Spring

 

Indoor: Making Daffodils

Outdoor: Spring Songs

Chinese New Year story. Noodles and Chopsticks

Indoor: Exploring pictures cards of China

Outdoor: Build the Great Wall of China Older: Spring Bingo

Younger: Five Speckled Frogs

Indoor: Sorting Spring Flowers

Outdoor: Number Line

 




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Planning Week 5 23/3/2015

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PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT

KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING OF THE WORLD

PERSONAL, SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT

MATHS

COMMUNICATION, LANGUAGE AND LITERACY

 

‘What Can I do?’ Everyone is Different.

Explore a range of Actions e.g. touch toes, roll tongue, catch a ball etc.

 

Indoor:  Walk the    Line

Outdoor: Balance Beam with Beanbags.

 

Exploring and Discussion ‘Myself’

Indoor: Self Portrait

Outdoor: See What I Can Do

 

Turn-Taking Role-Play Chicks

Indoor: Decorate Eggs

Outdoor: Role-Play Chicks

 

Younger Children: Size Ordering Easter Eggs

Indoor: Montessori Insets for Design

Outdoor: Counting Bunting Hops

 

Using Pictures and Photographs to Describe ‘Where I Live.’ 

Indoor: House Collage

Outdoor: Home Role-Play




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Planning Week 3 09/03/2015

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Spring Puzzle Snap-Focusing on Turn –taking

Indoor: Dressing Boards

Outdoor: Water the Daffodils

 

Plant umber Line

Younger:  0-5

Older: 0-15

Indoor: Tessellations 

Outdoor: Sunflower Number Line

 

Mummy Collage

Observations and discussion

Indoor: Mother’s Day Poem

Outdoor: Spring Hunt

 

Spring Animal Acting

Indoor: Outdoor: Draw an Animal

Outdoor: Act Like an Animal

 

Spring Babies

Older: Naming, exploring

Similarities and differences.

Younger: Playing with baby animals. Song: Old Macdonald.

Indoor: Playing with baby animals

Older: Making Animal Sounds




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Planning week 6 18/05/2015

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COMMUNICATION LANGUAGE AND LITERACY

Exploring Jobs People Do 

Younger: Matching Game

Older: Matching Pictures to Labels

Indoor: Masks

Outdoor: Digging Area: Role Play -Building Site

 

 

MATHS

5 Little Lollipop Ladies

Indoor: Tessellations

Outdoor: Counting Jumps on Trampoline

 

 

CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT

Younger: Role-Play Miss Polly Had a Dolly

Older:10 Little Lollipop Ladies

Indoor: Play dough Road Safety Theme Outdoor: Lollipop Lady Role-Play

 

 

PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT

Doctor Role-Play -Handling Equipment

Indoor: Doctor/Nurse Word Sheet

Outdoor:  Role Play Doctor’s Surgery

 

 

PERSONAL SOCIAL EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT

People Who Help Us: Role-Play Doctor

Indoor: Recreate Role-Play

Outdoor: Parachute Play

 




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Planning Week 2 2/3/2015

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Older: Spring Bingo

Younger: 5 Little Ducks

Indoor: Sorting-Real Spring Flowers

Outdoor: What’s the Time Mr Wolf?

St David’s DayPlanting Carrot Tops

 

Indoor: Spring Flower painting with scents

Outdoor: ButterfliesExploring growth. What grows in Spring?

Indoor: Handprint Flowers 

Outdoor: Flowers in the garden How Plants Grow in Spring. Plant a Bean

 

Indoor: Colouring picture of a bean plant

Outdoor: Looking for change in the Garden

World Book DayGrowth-Time line of Human Growth

 

Indoor: Drawing Picture of oneself

Outdoor: Parachute Play




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Planning Week 4 22/6/2015

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Knowledge and Understanding of the World

Exploring: Number, Order,  Positional Language and the Importance of Physical Activity

 

Exploring: Number, Order,  Positional Language and the Importance of Physical Activity

 

Under the Sea Role-Play

Indoor: Exploring Shells

Outdoor: Under the Sea Themed Play Dough

Exploring: Number, Order,  Positional Language and the Importance of Physical Activity

 

Flowers of Britain: England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland.

Indoor: Colouring Flowers

Outdoor: Identifying Flowers

 




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Planning Week 5 29/6/2015

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Exploring: Number, Order,  Positional Language and the Importance of Physical Activity

 

Visit to Nursery by a Tennis Coach

 

Under the Sea Role-Play

Indoor: Exploring Shells

Outdoor: Under the Sea Themed Play Dough

Exploring: Number, Order,  Positional Language and the Importance of Physical Activity

 

Self-Care. Taking Off and Putting On/Shoes. Putting on and Taking of Cardigan/Jumper

Indoor: Exploring Dressing Frames

Outdoor: Taking off/Putting on Shoes




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Severe Weather Policy

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Dear Parents/Carers.

 

Our aim is to always keep the nursery school open. Unfortunately, an adverse weather forecast means we have to keep our plans under constant review.




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Planning Week 4 16/3/2015

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Exploring and Discussion ‘Myself’

Indoor: Self Portrait

Outdoor: See What I Can Do

 

River dance using Instruments

Indoor:  Shamrocks

Outdoor: Irish Dancing

 

Older: Action Cards 1-15

Younger: Action Cards 1-5

Indoor: Number Puzzles 

Outdoor: Exercise: Building Bricks

 

Exploring Feelings and Emotions

Older: Using the Persona Doll

Younger: Using Puppets.

 

Indoor: Puppet Theatre

Outdoor: Parachute Play 

 

Portraits 

Indoor: Colouring Portraits

Outdoor: Obstacle Course




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Policies to parents behavioural policy

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Our setting believes that children flourish best when their personal, social and emotional needs are met and where there are clear and developmentally appropriate expectations for their behaviour.

 

Children need to learn to consider the views and feelings, needs and rights, of others and the impact that their behaviour has on people, places and objects. This is a developmental task that requires support, encouragement, teaching and setting the correct example. The principles that underpin how we achieve positive and consecrate behaviour exist within the programme for promoting personal, social and emotional development.




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CURRICULUM PLANNING WEEK BEGINNING 13th October 2014

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CURRICULUM PLANNING WEEK BEGINNING 13th  October 2014




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After School Provision

Monday to Thursday:

3 pm to 4 pm

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Free Early Education and childcare for Two year olds (FEET)

FEET is the offer of 15 hours of free childcare a week. Find out if your 2 year old can get FEET by checking following the link below.  High quality childcare can help your 2-year-old get the best start in life, you will be amazed at how quickly they learn through play and these benefits will last them a lifetime. Please contact us for more information.

/www.surreycc.gov.uk/people-and-community/family-information-service/choosing-childcare-for-children-and-young-people/paying-for-childcare/free-early-education.

Beeches Ofted Report 2014

We are extremley pleased with the results of the report and wish to thank all our parents/carers, children and their family members who are involved with us for your continued support. We look forward to the continued success of the nursery as we strive for excellence.

Please click on the links below to access the full report.  Please click here for a summary of the Ofsted report, click here to download the full Ofsted report.

 

Change of Opening Times

We are pleased to announce that we are now open on a Monday afternoon. 

Our open hours are therefore:

Monday- Friday 9.00am-12.00pm
Monday- Thursday 12.00pm-3.00pm

Monday-Friday Full Day 
9.00am-3.00pm

We offer a combination of the above to suit individual needs. 
We also operate an 'Early Pick-Up' for parents who need to collect their children earlier.

Children are able to attend for as many sessions as is required and do full days i.e. 9.00am- 3.00pm
We also operate a Early Pick-Up system for those parents/carers who need to collect children from other schools. 

Please note that we invite children from the age of 2 years old. Children do not have to be potty trained. 

Out off hours contact

If need to contact nursery out of office hours please email (thebeechesnursery@gmail.com).

Come and see us !

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you would like to see our nursery school in action, contact us to arrange a visit: 

01737 359500

Monday: 9.30am
Tuesday: 9.30am and 1.30pm 
Wednesday: 9.30am and 1.30pn
Thursday: 9.30am and 1.30pm 
Friday: 9.30.am 

A visit lasts approximately 30 to 40 minutes. 
Of course if the above times are not suitable, please contact us to arrange a more convenient time.

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