Your child’s journey through Myatt Garden’s Nursery
Remote Learning 2021
From Tuesday 5th January 2021, your child will need to have access to our remote-learning platform. To access it, please follow the steps sent to your year group via ParentPay.
If you already have access to Seesaw, you do not need to do anything, just log into your account.
Details regarding Seesaw can be found here: Seesaw Getting Started
If you have any issues, please get in contact by emailing your child’s year group at: email@example.com
Nursery Newsletter – Autumn Term 2
For the latest on what is happening in Nursery this term, please see newsletter here: Nursery Autumn 2020 Newsletter – Term 2
During the last few weeks, Myatt Garden nursery children have really enjoyed writing.
Myatt Garden Nursery is a wonderful place.
In these strange times, we are sadly not able to invite families into the nursery to see what the children are doing. So, we have been thinking hard about what we can do to show families the amazing learning that takes place each and every day. We are therefore delighted to share this film that the nursery staff have made.
See link here: https://youtu.be/Nk_3DE7B8jQ
We hope you enjoy the presentation, it will definitely make you smile! Please share it with anyone you know that is looking for a nursery place either now or in the future. We have 15 and 30 hour places available.
Autumn Term Home Learning
We understand that there may be times where you need to isolate at home. In order to help you keep learning, we have created a home-learning plan for the Autumn term.
Our Learning Letter can be found here: Nursery Autumn Term Home Learning Letter
For information on what is happening in Nursery this term, please see our newsletter here: Nursery-Autumn-2020-Newsletter
Group trip to Howarth Timber
Since we had our new toilets installed, the nursery children have been very interested in builders. They had the idea to make a ‘builders workshop’ in our garden. A research group visited Howarth Timber builders’ merchants to find out more.
World Book Day
Nursery celebrated World Book Day by bringing favourite books and toys to nursery as well as wearing our pyjamas. It was a day filled with fun and reading!
After two weeks away whilst building works were carried out in Nursery, the children, parents and nursery staff were delighted and excited to return and to see the new updates.
During the recent nursery building improvements, the children adjusted well to their temporary surroundings and had fun exploring the new environment.
Chinese New Year
Nursery children have been celebrating Chinese new year. Children wrote a card for their family then we went to the local post office to buy a stamp and post it. The children were very excited.
Nursery went on a nature walk to Luxmore Gardens to look at the different types of bugs that we might discover in our nursery bug hotel!
Nursery made a shopping list and went to Tesco to buy some cooking ingredients.
Spring Term 2020
For details of our learning this term, please see our Spring Term Plan here: Nursery Newsletter Spring 2020