To contact staff e-mail: Oakleysaplings1@gmail.com
Home Learning Documents
Home learning document week beginning 1st June 2020
Class Teacher : Mrs Chapman
Teaching Assistant : Miss Comerford, Mrs Sheldon and Mrs Ayers
Nursery Sessions and Admissions
Oakley Cross Primary School’s Nursery offers 15 hours free provision for 8 two year old children (subject to LA eligibility admissions criteria) and 26 three year old children each session.
We run 2 sessions per day:
- Morning sessions take place 8.45am-11.45am
- Afternoon sessions take place 12.30-3.30 am
To apply for a place, please pop in for a form to register your interest in a place. Any two year old admissions will be sent to County Hall and any three year old places will be dealt with our school systems.
If successful in obtaining a place, you will then be contacted for a home visit and to come and visit with your child to fill in the necessary paperwork prior to your child starting their exciting learning journey with us.
Our Daily Sessions
We love to have fun in nursery and learn through play. We develop our understanding of number, sounds and pre-writing skills. Our learning is often story based and then develops and diversifies with the children’s interests.
We have a really exciting and newly developed outdoor area which is an integral part of our daily session. We run a free flow session whereby after group work all children can access any of our organised areas they wish both indoor and outdoor. Messy play is fundamental and we believe a messy uniform shows a day of learning.
Every Wednesday the more established morning session members of nursery visit Devonshire House, our local residential home in West Auckland. This is an initiative which began in September 2017 and is quickly becoming a highlight of the children’s week.
Every Friday we visit out secure forest area within the school grounds and enjoy play and learning surrounded by nature.
School Year 2019 – 2020
School Year 2018 -2019
We had so much fun at our number rhyme parent craft! We sang our favourite number rhymes including; five little speckled frogs, one little, two little, three little fingers, five little monkeys jumping on the bed and five currant buns.
Then we were super busy with our Mams, Dads and Grandmas and Grandads painting currant buns, making monkey stick puppets, colouring in numbered frogs and making finger puppets!
We love having our family in!
Have a look at what we got up to !