Harvington C of E First and Nursery School

‘Together we love, learn and grow’


Welcome to Nursery!





Nursery Manager: Anita Wood.

Key Workers: Anita Wood, Emma Suffield,

Tracy Beard, Jane Parsons.

Teaching Assistant: Kerry Webb.

Governor Link: Annette France

PTFA Link: 


How to wash your hands NHS song | NHS

A child friendly song explaining how to wash your hands.

The Color Monster, A Story About Emotions by Anna Llenas | Children's Books | Storytime with Elena

Color Monster is very confused and needs help in sorting his mixed-up emotions. Luckily, his friend is there to help.



This half terms topic is

harvest and farm animals. 


Home Challenge

Autumn Treasures collection bag.


Please fill this bag with Autumn treasures that you and your child have collected. This could be from your local park or woods. You could include colourful leaves, pine cones, conkers, sticks or anything else relating to Autumn. You will soon receive an email with information on how to download the Evidence me app. Please take photos at home and share these with us via the app. Thank you.  

Singing Hands: Old MacDonald had a Farm - Makaton Sign Language

Makaton signing: Sing and sign along with us down at the farm! This song is taken from our first nursery rhymes DVD "It's Signing Time".

Over in the Meadow | Barefoot Books Singalong

Over in the Meadow | Barefoot Books Singalong

Dingle Dangle Scarecrow | Learn English Songs | Children's Songs | Helen Doron Song Club

Your children will love learning English the natural way, through music, dance and rhythm.

Ten Apples Up On Top (Original Book Version) Music Video

Owl Babies Picture Book Animation

Farmer Duck by Martin Waddell | Children's Book Read Aloud

Guess How Much I Love You (Book Read Aloud)

"Guess how much I love you," says Little Nutbrown Hare. Little Nutbrown Hare shows his daddy how much he loves him: as wide as he can reach and as far as he can hop.

Colors Song | Color Words | Rock Your Body to the Colors | Jack Hartmann

Your children will move, dance, sing, bop and rock as they learn twelve (12) of the basic colors. In addition, all the color words rhyme with a fun movement.

Yoga Time! | On The Farm | Cosmic Kids


Talk is crucial to effective learning not just in the early years but throughout children's education. A 'talk-rich' environment is one where children's level of talk and vocabulary are accurately assessed and opportunities are created for further development and enhancement both indoors and out. Staff in Nursery are dedicated to help all children become effective talkers and Anita is attending a Language for Learning course which will provide a multitude of practical strategies to support children and staff. Parents can also help their children at home by turning off background noise, use short and simple sentences, look at them when they are talking to you and wait for them to finish talking before you speak. For more ideas on how to help your children talk, visit the ~ 'Get Worcestershire Talking'  #weneedtotalk facebook/ twitter or


During this half team, we will be talking about position words with your child, such as ‘on’, ‘under’, ‘in front’ or ‘behind’. You can help your child with this at home by talking about where objects are around the house.


Our inspirational Person.




Sir David Attenborough

(Environmental focus)

was born on the 8th of May, 1926. 

He is 94 years of age and grew up in Leicester, England.


 David Attenborough is well known for his award-winning television programs on anthropology and natural history, most notably the Life series: Life on Earth (1979), The Living Planet (1984)


He was knighted 'Sir David Attenborough' in 1985.


2015 - saving the world - Sir David said he didn't start making programs with conservation in mind - he simply enjoyed observing the natural world. But as time passed he is tackling more environmental issues. 


Sir David Attenborough became aware that the animals and habitats he was filming were under threat. He's authored documentaries that overtly tackle environmental issues but prefers a subtler approach, showcasing the natural world in the hope we might be inspired to preserve it. 



Over the next year, we will be learning about our environmental footprint by saving water, recycling, protecting animal habits, and healthy eating. 




We consider ourselves partners in your child's learning.

At Harvington C.E. First school we have an open door policy which means we are always ready to help and discuss anything concerning your child's welfare and education.

Key Information



am pm


PE ~ children to arrive in PE kit.

Learning outside the


Cooking will now be on alternate weeks to enable longer sessions so that we can develop the children's practical skills.  (Postponed due to COVID 19)       

Wednesday Planning ICT

PE/ Dance~

Children to arrive in PE kit.

Forest School
Friday ICT Music
Socks no tights for PE