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Nursery (Meithrin) Mrs Hughes

Croeso i'r Dosbarth Meithrin - Welcome to the Nursery Class


Nursery Information  

Working in our class this term we have Mrs. Hughes - Class Teacher,  Mrs. E. Evans, Miss Edmunds, Mrs. A Evans and Mrs. Powell. 







We are starting to introduce the ‘snack area’ this term where children access fruit and milk anytime throughout their session. In order to facilitate this, we are asking for £1 donation which will be for the week. This is payable weekly or a number of weeks in advance. You are more than welcome to provide your child with their own piece of fruit. 

Outdoor activities/ movement activities

Please ensure your child has sensible footwear and clothing for working outdoors and for taking part in movement/ physical activities. We will be going on nature walks daily and ask that you provide your child with an all-in-one waterproof suit that will be sent home every Friday and then returned the following Monday. Wellies can be brought in and kept in school.



Please ensure that you child is dressed in loose clothing and sensible footwear i.e jogging bottoms, t-shirt and trainers


(For Full Time children)

If you would like your child to have toast during our afternoon story-time, we ask that you donate 50p each week – this is payable weekly or a number of weeks in advance



Our themes for the 2022/2023 academic year are:


Autumn TermDown in the Woods
Spring Term                  Brilliant Me!                                                              
Summer TermHow many colours in the rainbow?




Below are different activities that you can use to help your children to continue learning at home.  There are also links to different websites which are useful for learning phonics as well as links to different stories, counting activities and yoga!

The activities are also available as PDFs if you scroll down the page - if you click on the link, you can see a larger copy.


 Amser Stori Storytime

Choose a song - Dewiswch gân

Learn Welsh with your child - Dysgu Cymraeg gyda'ch plentyn

Outdoor Activities

There are so many benefits of outdoor play. Key benefits include children having freedom and space outside to express themselves and more opportunity for energetic play enhancing health and fitness. 

When outside, all of a child's senses are stimulated and there is direct contact with the weather, seasons and natural world. This enables them to learn about risk in a managed environment and how to cope with these risks. 

This all contributes to creating a healthy mind, body confidence and a high self-esteem within a child.


We will be investigating in the outdoor areas on a daily basis.  Please ensure your child is dressed appropriately with a warm coat, hat and gloves during Autumn and Winter.  Wellies and all-in-one are also essential.  A sun hat and sun cream will be required during the Summer term.  Ensuring your child has a spare set of clothes as they may get wet and messy during outdoor activities. Wearing sensible footwear to keep your child's feet protected



Thank you all for your continued support! 

Mrs. Hughes