Nursery Teacher Foundation Stage Leader
Senior Early Years Educator
Early Years Educator
Our Nursery offers free, full-time and part-time places from the age of 3. Initial entry into Nursery follows a carefully planned programme. Before a child starts in our Nursery, a number of visits are made, staff visit the child's home and children visit the school, this enables the child to become comfortable with the staff and the classroom.
Children are offered structured learning opportunities, both indoors and outdoors. They have weekly times in the hall when they develop physical skills. Children have snack, story and discussion times in small groups with their key worker.
Nursery children are also welcome to join breakfast club before school.
Tuesday 17th December : The Nativity 10 am and 2pm
Friday 20th December: Community lunch
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At All Saints we follow Jolly phonics and Letters and sounds to teach our children in phonics.
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We have free nursery places available for 3 year olds.
Come and meet our highly qualified and experienced Nursery staff, bring your child along too. Talk to our Nursery team while your child explores some of the amazing activities that our Nursery has to offer.
For more information, look at our Foundation Stage page on the website, look at the exciting, creative, curriculum we have to offer. You can also view the gallery of children learning in the nursery.
Learning for Life, Building a Firm Foundation
Prime Areas of Development
Children will mainly develop the 3 prime areas of development in their very early years which are:
communication and language
personal, social and emotional development
These areas of learning are essential for your child's healthy development and enable them to gain life long skills. Our children develop through being active, creative and critical thinking which takes place outdoors and indoors.
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Four Key Areas of Learning
The four specific areas of learning support the prime areas of your child's learning.
Expressive arts and design
Understanding of the world
We plan activities to support all the 6 areas of learning. Activities are carefully planned to meet each child's individual needs to enable them to make good progress.