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Sea View Primary School

Reaching new horizons



Nursery JH

Goldilocks and the three bears - We sequenced the story pictures and ordered the pictures by quantity

Re-telling the story, using props and making bear faces using collage materials.

Exploring oats and making porridge

We prepared for baby bear's birthday party - making birthday cards and party hats and we wrote party food lists and invitations

Practising our ball skills during our PE session

Exploring the season - we found thick pieces of ice in the yard and investigated it's properties by collecting it, touching it, jumping on it and dropping it on the ground

It was lovely to see our remote learning friends on our wellbeing day when they came to collect their top up learning backpacks 😃

Lockdown nursery life 😃

Penguin by Polly Dunbar

We enjoyed the story 'Penguin' by Polly Dunbar

While We Can't Hug

Available now!Hedgehog and Tortoise want to give each other a great big hug, but they're not allowed to touch.From the creators of the internationally adored...

We thought of different ways to greet each other and wrote letters to people that we care about ❤️

Making rainbows 🌈

Making words and writing our names

Rhyme time and memory games

The great outdoors!

Percy the Park Keeper: One Snowy Night

When we come back in January, we will be starting our Winter theme with a Percy the park keeper story :)

Christmas at Sea View Nursery 🌲

We had fun decorating the tree

We helped Pip the elf to save Christmas!

Look at our amazing alien display, showing all of our alien work 🪐

Aliens love underpants - the story so far...

This week is nursery rhyme week, follow the link for some ideas smiley


Next week we are starting our new colour dark/light theme with one of our favourite stories - 'Aliens love underpants' smiley

Aliens Love underpants - Books Alive! Read Aloud book for kids

Books Alive! Read aloud Claire Freedman and Ben Cort's super funny tale of how Aliens nick our knickers! More funny reads here

And we will be singing and counting along with this rhyme...

5 Little Men in a Flying Saucer | Songs You Need to sing in the Classroom | Twinkl

There's five! .. Then there's four! ... Then Three! Make the classroom circle time extra fun by singing this super catchy song! It's also great because it yo...

Children in Need day

Happy Diwali Everyone!

Using powder paint to make our colourful Rangoli patterns outside

Spooky fun at Nursery!

After half term, our topic will be Winnie the Witch. Have a lovely week off and we will see you on

Monday 2nd November 


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We have been enjoying the start of Autumn in the outdoor area.

Hello Yellow Day!

We listened to, and watched the story of 'Glad Monster, Sad monster' and we shared what makes us feel happy and sad. We made our own 'mood monsters' to display in the classroom.

We share our feelings daily in our small group time -

"How do you feel today?" smileyindecisionsurprise




Glad Monster Sad Monster

Glad, sad, silly, mad--monsters have all kinds of different feelings!

A special welcome to all the new children and their families who have started Sea View Nursery this year. 

In Foundation stage we plan and support the seven areas of learning outlined in the EYFS Framework. The three prime areas cover Personal, Social and Emotional Development, Communication and Language and Physical Development. The four specific areas cover Literacy and Mathematical Development, Understanding of The World and Expressive Arts and Design.


Children are supported and encouraged to become independent learners; selecting resources, developing ideas and collaborating with peers to challenge their thinking.


Children participate in small group activities daily to introduce new concepts and develop skills in phonics (early reading and writing), mathematics, thinking skills, problem solving skills and collaboration. 

We have 6 learning topics a year and the children are involved in developing ideas for these topics through the use of group discussion. Staff then incorporate the children's ideas so that the topics meet their needs and interests. 
 Our topic for the first half term is called 'Amazing colours.' We are looking at colours in our immediate Environment linked to Autumn/Harvest and colours/patterns linked to animals and Elmer the elephant. 


 The children have settled in well to nursery and are read to start their Sea View journey. Here are some of the activities the children have been exploring while getting used to their new environment.

playing, exploring and starting our Seaview journey.

Starting Nursery.

Welcome to Sea View Nursery.


This is the gate we arrive at.

This is the door we go through and where we put our coats.

In nursery we can play in lots of different areas.



We like to explore and play outside

We like to make marks