The Nursery has excellent classroom facilities with many resources available to children in the form of a role-play area, focused learning activities and arts and crafts etc. The garden provides opportunities for climbing, balancing, riding tricycles and scooters, ball skills, digging in the sand and water, observing the natural world and much more! There are regular trips out to local parks, farms and the theatre at Christmas as well as visits from PC Doris, Edmonton Fire Brigade, Freshwater Theatre Company and Zoolab with their minibeasts.
We follow the statutory Early Years Foundation Stage framework (2021). The Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum is made up of seven areas of learning and development, which are all important and inter-connected. The areas of learning have been divided into two groups: Prime Areas and Specific Areas.
The Prime Areas:
The Specific Areas:
The Nursery offers morning and afternoon sessions, both including lunch supervision, for girls who have passed their third birthday. All sessions are fully supervised by Early Years specialist staff.
Morning sessions 8.45am – 12.45pm
Afternoon sessions 11.45am – 3.45pm
Pupils bring a drink of water each day in a suitable named bottle. They also bring in healthy snacks for break-time, such as fruit or vegetables. Part-time pupils require one snack and full-time pupils will need two snacks. Snacks are eaten at tables and staff encourage the children to drink their water.
You are invited to visit our Nursery on a Wednesday at 9.30am when we hold Working Open Mornings. Please contact the School Office on 0208 886 1135 prior to visiting.
If you would to register for a place, please complete a registration form and return it to the School with a £50 registration fee. Girls can join the Nursery once they have turned 3.