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  • St Philip Howard Catholic SchoolFoundation Stage

    Introduction to Snowflakes Nursery

  • Our Mission Statement

    We are part of Gods family.We follow the way of Jesus by loving, learning and doing our best.

  • Nursery ProvisionEvery child is entitled to 15 hours per week Nursery provision.

    Morning sessions 8.45am - 11.45am

    Afternoon sessions 12.30pm - 3.30pm

    ** PLEASE NOTE DIFFERENCES IN TIMES TO NORMAL SCHOOL DAY **

  • Nursery Staff Morning Nursery -Mrs Gajjar Afternoon Nursery Mrs Claridge

  • Starting NurseryStaggered start during the first week please see letter in packs Entrance via side gate onto Foundation Stage playground. This is the only gate open for pick up at 11.45 and drop off at 12.30.Please do not use the school car park

  • Home Visits

    Home visits will take place at the beginning of the Autumn term on Monday 7th September Tuesday 8th September

    These are to ensure the children settle as well as possible into school.

    Visits will be by a teacher and a teaching assistant and will be approx 20 mins long.

    Children will be invited to visit Nursery for an hour either morning or afternoonon Thursday 9th July.

  • Nursery Routine

    Self registration

    Child Initiated Activities

    Adult led activity/small group work

    Snack time free milk and fruit

    Child Initiated Activities

    Story Please collect on time

  • Rhyme and Song BookEach child has a Rhyme and Song book which needs to be returned every Monday for the new rhyme and Sound of The Week.

  • My Rhyme and Song BookName of your child

  • Nursery parents and carers Come and join us for our Stay and Play sessions!The first Friday of every month Morning Nursery8.45-9.45am

    Afternoon Nursery12.30-1.30pm

  • Girls Uniform Winter: Grey skirt or pinafore, gold school polo shirt, maroon school sweatshirt or cardiganMaroon jogging top & bottom if preferredBlack school shoes (easy to undo)Warm, waterproof coatBook BagWellington Boots

    Summer: Pink checked dress, maroon cardiganSun hat. Light waterproof jacket/pac-a-mac for sudden showers.

    P.E. - maroon shorts, white t-shirt, black plimsolls, P.E. bag

    ALL ITEMS TO BE CLEARLY NAMED PLEASE All uniform available on the M&S website or from Smartys in Hatfield town centre

  • Boys Uniform Winter: Grey trousers, gold school polo shirt, maroon school sweatshirt or cardiganMaroon jogging top & bottom if preferredBlack school shoes (easy to undo)Warm, waterproof coatBook BagWellington Boots

    Summer: Grey shorts or trouser, gold polo shirt, maroon sweatshirtSun hat. Light waterproof jacket/pac-a-mac for sudden showers.

    P.E. - maroon shorts, white t-shirt, black plimsolls, P.E. bag

    ALL ITEMS TO BE CLEARLY NAMED PLEASE All uniform available on the M&S website or from Smartys in Hatfield town centre

  • Weekly Noticeboard displayed in classroom windows and sent to parents via Parentmail.

    Other correspondence is sent home in book bags

    Absence: Please telephone the school on the first day your child is ill and inform us of the reason they are absent some illnesses are notifiable. Vomiting and diarrhoea children must be at least 24 hours clear before returning to school.

    Daily contact via class teacher/teaching assistant

    Head & Assistant Heads always available via school office

    Email admin@sphoward.herts.sch.ukSchool website www.sphoward.herts.sch.ukCommunication

  • Any money sent to school MUST be in an envelope with:

    Childs NameClassReason for Payment (eg Raffle tickets, School Trip etc)

  • HousekeepingChildren should be toilet trained and dry by the time they start Nursery

    We are a nut free school.

    Any medication should be brought to the school office where a consent form will be filled in.

    We can only administer prescribed medication. Staff are trained in the management of diabetes and are also trained to administer Epipens and inhalers for asthma.

  • Mrs M Waugh, Headteacher

    Early Years Pupil Premium Reception applications Top up sessions may be available in PlaygroupBuilding FundAttendance and punctualityHolidaysHelpersFriends of the SchoolThe School Community