Welcome to Nursery Rosen Class. On this page you will find information about how we organise teaching and learning in the nursery at Shoreditch Park and see highlights, through photos and videos, of the things we have done.
Class organisation at Shoreditch Park Nursery
Shoreditch Park Nursery has space for children to attend full and part time. If you would like a place or wish to visit the school and see our outstanding Foundation Stage provision please contact the school office to arrange your visit.
Links with Parents and Carers
All parents and carers receive a weekly email with information about their child's week at school. The email is sent out on Friday afternoons.
We will also be hosting termly virtual parent workshops, starting in Autumn 2.
Meet the Nursery Team
Ms Erwin - EYFS Phase Lead
Ms England - Nursery Class Teacher
Ms Hanann - Nursery Education Officer
Ms Reeves - Midday Meals Supervisor
All members of staff work closely with all children and we encourage parents and carers to talk to them on a daily basis about the learning they are doing. Your child's class teacher has overall responsibility for developing a trusting and caring relationship with you and your child, ensuring they are settled and happy and that they develop a range of new skills. Your child’s class teacher will share information with you about your child’s progress and achievements on a regular basis.
Weekly Timetable and Teaching in the Nursery
In the Early Years Foundation Stage children learn best when they experience learning first hand, through meaningful interactions with others, through physical activity and through play. The Early Years curriculum emphasises three prime areas of learning:
- Personal, social and emotional
- Communication and Language
The curriculum breaks down into four further areas of learning:
- Understanding the world
- Expressive arts and design
Teaching in the nursery is organised through a range of approaches and provides a balance of child initiated and adult-led activities:
- Planned focused activities where adults work with a small group of children at a time. Teachers will differentiate the activity to meet the needs of every child participating.
- Whole class teaching for short periods of time such as shared storytime, direct teaching (for example of maths), songs and rhymes, discussions and sharing work.
- Opportunities for teachers to work alongside children as they develop their own interests in particular areas of the curriculum.