Robin Class

Below are photos of Robin Class enjoying their learning and our recent police day and carnival week! 

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



What are we learning about in Robin Class?


This half term our topic is ‘My World' where we will be helping children to settle into Robin Class, sharing their interests and talking about those areas closest to them - their home and family as well as learning all about their new friends. We will support them to explore the Nursery environment independently and to understand Nursery life and routines. 

 Teaching and learning will be linked  to all seven areas of the curriculum; focusing on particular rhymes and stories which will be shared weekly (see links below).  


Please click on the link below to access the presentation from our Nursery Curriculum meeting held in September which gives examples of the Areas of Learning together with useful information.


Nursery Curriculum Meeting presentation


Through our topics we will also be using 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.  

Please refer to the medium term planning below for more details.


 For long term planning please click on the link below:

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

Autumn Term - First half  'My World'

(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!) 


Each week the children will learn a rhyme linked to our topic. Please encourage them to practice singing the rhyme with you at home.

For this week's learning and weekly rhyme please click on the links below

Week 1 - Nursery rhymes     Rhyme:  1,2,3,4,5 Once I caught a fish alive

Week 2 - Nursery rhymes      Rhyme: Baa Baa black sheep

Please click on the link below for the Autumn Term Curriculum letter


Autumn Term Curriculum letter


  • Letters and Sounds

 In Nursery we follow the Letters and Sounds programme and we focus on phase 1.  This phase helps prepare the children for   learning their alphabet sounds to be able to learn to read later on. It concentrates on developing children's careful listening skills. 

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


  Rhyming soup         Action songs             Follow the sound          Describe and find it


Guess the Animal

Click here for the Letter Sounds in Jolly Phonics


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


Number challenge      Hide your teddy           Shape hunt

 Maths online activities 



Dates for the diary: 


Autumn Term 2019


Wednesday 18th September        Life Bus in School

Thursday 19th September            Life Bus in School

Thursday 26th September            Curriculum Meeting: 9.00– 10 am in the hall


Tuesday 8th October                    Maths workshop 9-10 am - All parents welcome!

Tues 22nd Thurs 24th Fri 25th Oct  Parent’s Meetings –3:15pm onwards

Wednesday 23rd October             Individual School Photos

Monday 28th October – Fri 1st November - Half Term Holiday

Monday 4th November          INSET DAY

Tuesday 5th November           First Day of Term

Tues 10 Dec & Weds 11 Dec   EYFS Christmas performances - 9 am

Friday 20th December             End of Term – Finish 2pm


Spring Term 2020
Tues 7 Jan First Day of Term

INSET DAYS 2019/2020
Wed 4 Sep
Mon 4 Nov
Mon 6 Jan
Mon 24 Feb
Fri 22 May



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.