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Welcome to Nursery




Nursery Staff: Mrs Underhill Jones (Nursery AM Teacher)

              Miss Griffiths (Nursery PM Leader - HLTA)

 Mr Williams (Nursery LSA)


Schoop - the school ID is 17699

Twitter - @StDavidsCiWPrm https://twitter.com/StDavidsCiWPrm

Email: nursery@stdavidsprm.cardiff.sch.uk


Important dates


Spring Term 2


22nd February - Children return to school


Morning Nursery

Drop off times - 8.40am-9am

Pick up times - 11.30am-11.45am


Afternoon Nursery

Drop off times - 12.45pm-1pm

Pick up times - 3pm-3.15pm




Congratulations to Nursery learner of the week! You have come back to school so grown up and settled back into our routines brilliantly! Well done



This half term our topic is 'What the ladybird heard'. We will look at and monitor beans as they grow, noting how they change. In literacy lessons, we’ll make predictions about stories and try out some farmyard rhymes. We’ll create songs about the farm to sing as we shake our homemade seed shakers in time. In our mathematics lessons, we’ll use an animal ‘baa chart’ to estimate the number of popular farmyard animals, and we’ll use addition and subtraction to help Little Bo Beep count her sheep. Outside, we’ll take it in turns to be sheepdogs, sheep and farmers. Can we herd all of our sheep into the pen? Getting creative, we’ll use coloured play dough and clay to create farmyard scenarios, and ‘paint’ farm animals using graphics software. Then, we’ll design and make delicious flavoured breads to sell in our very own farm shop! We will also look at minibeasts like the ladybird and make our own bug hotels!


Four Core Purposes this half term - We will be:


Healthy, confident individuals - Have secure values and are establishing our spiritual and ethical beliefs, Are building our mental and emotional well-being by developing confidence, resilience and empathy, Take part in physical activity, Form positive relationships based upon trust and mutual respect, Have the skills and knowledge to manage everyday life as independently as we can


Ethically, informed citizens - ​​​​​​​Understand and consider the impact of our actions when making choices and acting, Are knowledgeable about our culture, community, society and the world, now and in the past, Respect the needs and rights of others, as a member of a diverse society


Ambitious, capable learners - ​​​​Set ourselves high standards and seek and enjoy challenge, Are building up a body of knowledge and have the skills to connect and apply that knowledge in different contexts, Are questioning and enjoy solving problems, Can communicate effectively in different forms and settings, using both Welsh and English, Can explain the ideas and concepts they are learning about, Can use number effectively in different contexts, Use digital technologies creatively to communicate, find and analyse information


Enterprising, creative, contributors - Identify and grasp opportunities, Take measured risks, Express ideas and emotions through different media, Give their energy and skills so that other people will benefit





Click on the link below to see this term's homework grid. Children may do as many homework tasks as they like and bring them into school to share with the class whenever a task has been completed.

Hwb and Google Classroom

Hwb and Google classroom for Nursery instructions

Google For Education - Blended and Distance Learning at St David's CIW

Home Learning



In the unexpected event of another school closure or if your child is at home self-isolating, you will find weekly activities both here and on our Hwb class page.


Week 1 - 22/2/21

Week 2 - 1/3/21

Week 3 - 8/3/21

Christian Values




Our school Christian Value for this term is Justice


Justice means more than making things ‘fair’. In order for people to live together well in a just community, it is important to have rules or laws that everybody sticks to. Imagine if there were no rules for people driving cars on the road!


As a family you may want to talk about:

• why it is important to have rules and laws

• rules or laws that you don’t think are just (or fair)

• family rules that you think are important



Nursery 2020-2021

What a fantastic time we have had in Nursery this year so far! Please watch the video to see what we have been up to. There are just a few remaining places available for January rising 3's. Please contact the office on stdavidsprm@cardiff.gov.uk


Parent video: Introduction to Daily Read Write Inc. Phonics Lessons






This is an online resource where you child can learn new sounds, words and practise the skill of reading through storytelling and games. 



This is an online resource where your child can read online books, play phonics and CVC word games as well as activity inspiration for practical activities inside and outside the house. The resource is free to use and has lots of advice for parents.

Username: mrsunderhilljones

Password: nursery




Phonics Play is an interactive game that we use in the classroom daily. There are lots of activities for CVC words- our favourite is Obb and Bob. When selecting activities please select Phase 2. 

(This activity needs flash player)

Username: march20

Password: home





Oxford Owl has some lovely mathematics games, including shape, addition, subtraction and even time. They also have downloadable resources including worksheets and wonderful advice for parents.



P.E is on a Friday.  Your child will need black shorts, house colour or white t-shirt and trainers, labelled clearly with their name. They may also wear black jogging bottoms and a school hoodie for outside activities. 



Internet Safety





For information about supporting your child with using the internet safely, please click on the following link:






Please provide one piece of fresh fruit or vegetable for your child's snack every day. We are a healthy eating school so only provide a healthy snack such as an apple, banana, carrot sticks, oranges etc. Please note that grapes need to be sliced longways. Children may bring a bottle of water with their name clearly labelled to school to drink. We are happy to refill their bottles for them during the day. We will provide milk daily to the children who want it.




Nursery Girls:

• Black skirt/pinafore dress/shorts/trousers

• White polo shirt either plain or with school logo

• Green sweatshirt or cardigan, either plain or with school logo (without a hood)

• Plain black knee length socks or black tights

• During the summer green and white checked dresses with plain white short or knee length socks


Nursery Boys:

• Black shorts or trousers (no jogging bottoms)

• White polo shirt either plain or with school logo

• Green sweatshirt or cardigan, either plain or with school logo (without a hood)

• Plain black socks


Children need a change of clothes and footwear for P.E (for health and hygiene reasons) and a draw-string bag in which to keep the kit at school. All school uniform and P.E. kit must be labelled with your child’s name



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