Kingfield Road, Woking, Surrey, GU22 9EQ

01483 761885

Kingfield Primary School

'Be the best you can be'


Robin Class

The staff in the Early Years Foundation Stage work as a team to ensure that everyone can... "be the best that they can be!"

Nursery Staff:

Mrs Eustace - Class teacher (Mon-Weds)

Mrs Collins  - Class teacher (Thurs– Fri)

Mrs Carter – Early Years Practitioner

Mrs Menezes – Early Years Practitioner

Dear parents, carers and Robins,

What a busy half term! We have had a fun week learning about Chinese New Year, making dragons, doing dragon dances and making dragon biscuits. We hope you have a happy half term and look forward to seeing you back on Tuesday 20th February. 

Next half term we will be visiting our outdoor learning area every Friday afternoon. If your child attends this session please send children into school wearing old clothing which covers their legs and arms and bring wellies to change into and a suitable coat, hat, gloves if needed as we will be going outside whatever the weather!

Please see some photos below of the children exploring the Nursery and meeting the school rabbits.  There is further information and dates below and if you have any questions please do ask a member of the Nursery team.  

Best wishes,

The Nursery Team 

Weekly learning and extra activities 

Each week we will give an overview of our topic and learning together with our rhyme for the week. Please encourage your child to practice the rhyme at home.  

Week beginning:

wb. 20th February - weather              Rhyme: I hear thunder


    Below are photos of Robin Class enjoying their learning in Nursery. 

     Dates for the

    Spring Term 2024

    Mon 12 Feb – Fri 16 Feb – Half Term Holiday
    Mon 19 Feb INSET DAY
    Tues 20 Feb Back to School
    Thurs 28 Mar End of Term – Finish at 2pm 

    For long term planning please click on the link below:

    (Please note that these plans are 'a work in progress' which will be adapted as necessary in order to incorporate interests, specific events and the weather!) 

     Teaching and learning is linked  to all seven areas of the curriculum; focusing on particular rhymes and stories which will be shared weekly 

    Through our topics we also use every opportunity to develop spiritual, moral, social, and cultural values- encouraging children to: explore beliefs and experiences; show respect for faiths, feelings and values; learn about themselves, others and the surrounding world; use imagination and creativity as well as  reflect.  

    For this term's planning and learning objectives  please click on the links below:

    • Medium term plan Spring 2  (Please note that these plans are 'a work in progress' which will be adapted as necessary in order to incorporate interests, specific events and the weather!) 


    Please also see the link below :

    New parents presentation - 2023

    Curriculum meeting November 2022


     Foundations for Phonics

    In Nursery we use engaging games to teach oral blending and phonemic awareness.

    We support language development and a love of books through:

    • sharing high-quality stories and poems with children
    • learning a range of nursery rhymes and action rhymes
    • activities that develop focused listening and attention, including oral blending
    • attention to high-quality language with children

    Try these fun activities with your child. Click on the text to access the activity or website.


           Action songs             Follow the sound          Describe and find it


    Guess the Animal


    Try these Maths activities with your child. Click on the text to access the activity or website.


    Number challenge            Shape hunt

     Maths online activities 




    At Kingfield Primary School we focus on 4 core values. These are





    We will focus on one a month on a rolling programme throughout the year starting with respect for September.  We will be teaching these values through opportunities as they arise: - using stories, songs, games, circle time, and other planned activities to encourage children to make good choices.


    Are you interested in your child attending our nursery?

    Click here to go to the Nursery Admissions Page.

    Click here for a downloadable Nursery Admission Form.


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