Class HP – Miss H. Postle

Welcome to Class HP’s page!

Here is what we will be doing this term:

Curriculum Overview Spring 1

I hope everyone’s had a fantastic summer! I am really looking forward to welcoming some new and some old faces into the Nursery classroom!

These first few weeks will be spent settling the children into school life, familiarising themselves with the routine in the classroom and understanding how to play in the different areas of the classroom.

The first topic for the Autumn term will be ‘All About Me!’ This is a great way for the children to familiarise themselves and learn about the adults in the classroom, and allow us to do the same with them. This will allow us to cover all aspects of the curriculum and learn a lot about one another on the way!

In literacy we will be working on drawing ourselves and our families and how to hold a pencil correctly.

In numeracy we will be looking at counting to 5 in order, recognising some of the numbers and counting physical objects to 3.

In our knowledge and understanding of the world we will look at our human body and all the wonderful things that it can do!

Our Creative elements of the classroom will very much focus on colours, printing, painting self-portraits and creating ‘mini me’s!’

Personal and social skills will be modelled and developed throughout the term with a heavy focus on what makes a good friend and what behaviour is acceptable in the classroom.

All of the nursery children have been supplied with a clear reading record. Can I please ask that this is brought into school daily for us to send important documents and children’s work home safely.

My classroom door is always open to parents, carers and relatives who want to discuss anything about the school or how the nursery classroom is run. Please do not hesitate to arrange a meeting with myself through the school office or grab me on the door at home time!

Below is the overview for the work this term.

Curriculum Overview HP


*Please note that planning and objectives may change to meet the students’ need