Nursery

The Early Years Curriculum supports the children’s’ emotional, social and academic development. At Boundary, we aim to provide a stimulating and exciting environment for the children to develop the early skills they need through a range of creative activities such as mark making, malleable, technology, constructing and building, exploring, problem-solving and physical development both inside and outside the classroom. These approaches help the children to develop independence, the skills of problem-solving and critical thinking. The children will be taught key skills in reading, writing and mathematics through child-initiated play and focused led activities.

 

Phonics

At Boundary, we teach phonics using a synthetic phonics programme to help children develop early literacy skills in reading and writing. We follow the structure of the DfES ‘letters and sounds’ document and also use resources from Jolly Phonics to support this. Jolly Phonics is a multi-sensory approach where each letter sound has an action and a song to go with it. The children learn to write the letter and then blend the sounds together for reading and segment them for writing.

Curriculum Maps

Overview 2018-19

Class Blog

Watch Me Grow!

This week in Nursery we have been looking at growth and change! Our BLT over half term was to think about how we had changed, some of us even brought in pictures of when we were babies! We enjoyed talking about how we have all grown! We have planted beans, sunflowers...

EGGciting Easter!

We have had a very busy last week of term and are all looking forward to Easter! We were all very shocked when we came into Nursery early this week and walked into a crime scene! Who pushed Humpty?! We followed clues and gathered evidence to work out who we thought...

April Stay and Play

We showed our mummies and daddies all the activities around Nursery. We had been learning about shapes and reading 'Supertato.' We used different materials to make our own 'Supertato' and matched different shapes to their outlines, telling our grown ups the new shapes...