Listening to Children .
It is so important to listen to children. Sometimes children communicate using words, and sometimes through actions, signs and play. We asked our children their thoughts and opinions about nursery school. This is what they told us.
What do you like doing at nursery?
'Playdough, chicks and outside’ ‘I like to play’
‘Bikes and dinner’ ‘ I like to play with dinosaurs’
Counting and building
‘Playdough, bikes and building’
‘Play with Toy’s’
'Books, football, mark making and water’ ‘ Building, painting & fruit’
'I love dinner at nursery, bikes and pencil’
'I like to play outside’
‘I like reading’
‘I like butterfly story’
‘I wanna build a tall tower’
‘Playing outside on the bikes’
'Playing with Car’s’
‘Playing in the house area and make music’
'I Like painting’
' Playing animal’
What do you learn at nursery?
I learn abc....
I learn playdough
I learn numbers
I play everywhere in my nursery
I do dance
I learn to cook and take picture
I learn about dinosaurs
I dont know
PJ Masks...I learn building
What do you do if someone is unkind to you?
‘ I say that’s rude don’t do that’
‘My mummy says ‘Beat them back’,
‘ If someone is unkind to you I talk to them—tell the teacher’
'No, Thank you’
‘ Tell Daddy & Mummy’
‘ I say no thank you—we say stop’
Do you feel safe at nursery?
‘ I want to stay forever’
‘ Yeh, good’
‘Yes, because I love it’
What do you think about the teachers at nursery?
‘I talk to them’
'I am going to give you a trophy'
'My teacher is the best in the world'
' I love my teacher'
‘She teach me to play train’
‘The teachers know circles’
‘Err, that,that the teachers are good’
‘ I don’t know'
' I Like them’
'They do computers and homework and look after us'
Would you like to tell us anything else about nursery?
‘Urm yes I want to tell you I want you to play with me hide and seek’
‘I like dancing’
'I like when you tell me a story’
'I like my dinner'