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Miss Davies, Miss Basham, Mrs Seedhouse & Miss Poole






Miss Davies

Hi everyone, I have worked with Nursery age children for many years and love meeting new children and their families each year. In my spare time, I love to keep healthy and active by doing lots of yoga and going for long walks. I also like to read every day and my favourite book is ‘Charlotte’s Web’. I like to learn new things and to be able to share my knowledge. Did you know that a polar bear's hair is not white – it's colourless!

My favourite place that I have been to on holiday was Mexico and I got to swim with giant sea turtles!

When I was in school my favourite subject was History. I enjoyed learning about the Romans, Alexander the Great and Genghis Khan. Before I became a teacher, my job was to make computers and check that they were working correctly.

If I wasn’t working in Nursery, my other favourite job would be a sign writer.



 Miss Poole

Hello everyone, I have worked with children for six years and enjoy helping them learn and grow.

In my spare time, I like to go for walks with my dogs, cook and visit family and friends. 

If I wasn't a teaching assistant, I would like to be a vet and take care of animals.



Mrs Seedhouse

Hello! My name is Mrs Seedhouse. This is my second year at Tredegar Park Primary School but I have many years of experience working at other schools. This year I am looking forward to working with the children in Nursery. In my spare time, I enjoy doing jigsaw puzzles and sewing. My favourite animal is a tiger as I like their stripy fur! 



Miss Basham

Hello, I’m Miss Basham and this year I am excited to be in the Nursery! I like  

to read and my favourite part of the school day is story time. I have been lucky enough to travel to many different places and have even taught in different places in the world. My favourite food is chips which means I love fish and chips on a Friday in school. In my spare time I like to take my 3 daughters to Karate and I also love watching the Wales rugby team.


What we will be learning this year!



To help settle your child into Nursery we will be learning the school rules and how to make friends. We will be learning all about our new environment and how to settle into the Nursery. To help your child become independent, we will be teaching the children how to use the toilet, wash their hands, put on their coats and do up their zip. In the autumn term, we will explore our topic of ‘Once Upon A Time’. We will learn about the different seasons through exploration of our garden and the changes that happen with each season. We will be reading lots of stories to encourage your child to develop a love of books and reading. These books will include: ‘Goldilocks And The Three Bears’, ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ and many more traditional tales. We will be practising to join in with nursery rhymes and stories in both English and Welsh and begin to pronounce words. Our  Numeracy sessions will be to help your child begin to recite numbers, count independently to 10 and order numbers. Health and Wellbeing will be a big focus this term and we will be developing our physical skills through PE lessons in the school hall and using the equipment in the garden. Children will begin to learn about healthy eating at snack time and by growing fruit and vegetables in the garden. 




This term we will explore our topic of 'On the Move'. We will be learning the names of different types of transport, what they are used for, and how we can use them to travel (e.g., cars, trains, planes, buses, etc.) We will be going on learning walks to find out about where we live and our local community.






If you would like to help with any of these topics and share ideas, or talk about jobs related to the topics, experiences, photographs, or anything else, please let us know!




What do pupils say about being in Nursery?

  • “I love to play in the garden.”
  • “I miss my friends when I am not in Nursery.”
  • “I love my teachers”.
  • “We like sitting together for snack time.”   
  • "Our trip was amazing!"


What can you do at home to help?

  • Please could you help your child at home to learn our Read Write Inc sounds?
  • Encourage children to be independent by putting on their own coats and shoes. 
  • Encourage your child to use the toilet independently and how to wash their hands.
  • Reading stories together and singing nursery rhymes. 
  • Every child has a account. This really helps your child to learn to read in a fun exciting way.
  • Counting, sorting and matching everyday objects in their play and in the environment. 
  • To help with our topics at home, if you have any items that you think we can use we would love to see them in the Nursery. We would also like to know if anyone would like to visit the Nursery and share something topic-related with us! (Cooking, speaking a different language, unusual pets etc.)


    PE/Games Day


Children do not have to bring in PE kits for Nursery.


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Suggested Websites* Find all of your favourite nursery rhymes here. Oxford Owl is an award-winning website to help support children’s learning. They have a fantastic selection of free ebooks.

Select 'My Class Login'. My Class Name & My Class Password are both TPP1 An array of fantastic resources to help your children with Literacy & Mathematics.


*Please note these links lead to external websites & we are not responsible for the content of these pages.