Belle Vue Street, Gorton, Manchester. M12 5PW


All Saints Primary School

Aiming High

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Mrs Taylor

New Starters 

Click the link below to meet our staff, find out about our setting and have a look inside the classroom. 

New Starter Information


Welcome to Nursery!

Welcome to Nursery in the Early Years Foundation Stage.

We are very excited to welcome all our children back to school for the Spring Term.


It has been a very strange year, but we are so happy to have all our children back at All Saints.  We want to assure you that we will be doing everything we can to settle children into their routines and keep them safe. 

For support or any questions please contact Mrs Taylor on 


 We are always happy to help! 



Meet our Team

Mrs  Taylor - EYFS Lead and Nursery Teacher - Oak Group Key Person



Mrs Carolan - Nursery Teaching Assistant - Willow Group Key Person


Miss Sellars - Nursery Teaching Assistant








European Day of Languages

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Nursery had lots of fun on European Day of Languages, we learnt all about the country Holland!  We did lots of fun activities to help us to learn all about Holland! We began our day by learning how to say hello in Dutch which is 'Hallo', the children all had a practice saying this to each other. At snack time, we really enjoyed trying some traditional food from Holland, including Dutch caramel waffles and  Edam cheese. We also had lots of fun listening to and dancing to some traditional music.



Spring 2


Our topic this half term is 'Minibeast'.  We will be learning about different minibeast you might find in the garden, what they look like, what they eat, what they feel like and how they grow. We will learn lots of songs, rhymes and poems about different minibeast.


We will be reading the stories 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar' and 'Walter's Wonderful Web'. We will be painting minibeast, writing about what the Very Hungry Caterpillar likes to eat and making new web's for Walter.


 Please see our class Knowledge Organiser for more information about our topic and activities that you can complete at home. 






In Literacy we will be reading two key texts, 'The Very Hungry Caterpillar' and 'Walter's Wonderful Web'. We will be talking about the stories, re-telling them using a story map and making up our own version of the stories. While reading, we will look at the features of caterpillars and spiders and how they grow. We will also learn new words to describe what the minibeast look like, and encourage children to share ideas about the stories                            




We will be sharing the text in our key groups and then following on our learning through activities in our continuous provision both inside and outside - including making webs, paintings, number work and story telling.  



 We will also be focusing on recognising and beginning to write our names, as well as giving meaning to the marks we make, and beginning to form some recognisable letters.

We will  be encouraging children to join in with stories, songs and rhymes, as well as speaking to others and re-telling the familiar stories to our friends using pictures and story maps.


In Maths we will be counting objects up to 10, saying numbers in the correct sequence and recognising and ordering numbers to 10.


We will also be recognising, naming and sorting 2d shapes and learning recognise and copy repeating patterns.  



Reading Packs

Every child in Nursery has a reading pack.  Inside is a story for you to share together. It is a great opportunity to spend quiet time together at the end of a busy day. When reading, encourage your child to join in with repeated parts of the story, talk about what they can see in the pictures and add actions.  When you have finished, ask lots of questions about the story such as 'who is in the story?', 'where is the story set?' and 'what happened in the story?'. We will change your reading book each week, please bring in your reading pack every day.



In Nursery we take part in daily phonics sessions - these involve learning new songs and rhymes, listening to and making different sounds with our bodies and voices and finding words that rhyme.  We have started looking at letter sounds and will be learning a new sound each week.


Home learning

Children will bring home a 'home learning' book.  Each week there will be a song, activity, story or game to play and talk about at home. New home learning will be given out on a Friday, please return by the following Thursday.