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Welcome to the Nursery!


Our Nursery teachers for 2021-2022 are Mrs Shreeve and Mrs Ballard.


Mrs Shreeve teaches every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and Mrs Ballard teaches every Thursday and Friday.


Our Nursery Nurse is Mrs Nolan.


Our LSA (Learning Support Assistants support the class teachers) is Mrs Byrne.


Our Nursery Class Parent Rep is TBC.

General Information for 2020-2021 - to be updated


We hope you have had a relaxing and enjoyable summer holiday and that you are all refreshed ready for our new school year


Each week we will be learning about a new letter, sound, colour, shape and nursery rhyme. These are all listed on the board by the nursery gate as well as on the table below. We will send out the nursery rhyme and letter sound for the following week on a Friday so that you can also practise them at home with your child.





  • On Monday the children have the opportunity to use the ICT suite to access a range of computer programs.
  • Visits to the library will be on a Tuesday. Please remember to return library books each week so that your child can choose a new one.
  • Tuesday is also Show and Tell day. Please check the nursery window for dates for your child’s turn.
  • Stay and Play sessions will take place on select Wednesday dates after half term.
  • Thursday is colour day so children are encouraged to wear clothes in the colour of the week (only if they want to – otherwise uniform is fine).
  • We attend the whole school assembly on Friday morning.

What to expect, when? A parent's guide


An information booklet designed to help you as a parent/carer find out more about how your child is learning and developing during their first five years, in relation to the EYFS. Children develop more rapidly during the first five years of their lives than at any other time. This booklet has been written to help you as a parent know what to expect during these vitally important years by focusing on the seven areas of learning and development which are covered in the EYFS.


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