St Georges Church School Nursery aims to provide a welcoming, inclusive, stimulating environment where children feel secure and happy to achieve their full potential. With our setting being led by an Early Years graduate and assisted by Level 3 Early Years practitioners and a Level 3 Apprentice, we provide a highly skilled, broad & balanced provision based on the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum, which is sensitive to the individual needs of the children.
We provide full day child care for children aged 2 - 4 years old, 7.30 a.m. - 6 p.m. Monday – Friday during term-times. Flexible sessions are available; all day, all mornings, afternoons, lunchtimes or a mixture of sessions and children can start the term after they turn two years old. We offer 15 or 30 funded hours depending on your eligibility, with the opportunity to top-up sessions at a hourly rate of £4.50. Please visit the Childcare Choices website for more information or to check your eligibility on
Having a wonderful purpose-built, open planned, indoor environment with direct access to a large enclosed outdoor area allows children to have free flow indoor and outdoor play. Our environment is reflective of the children’s interests, abilities and needs as well as the Nursery’s Christian ethos. By regularly reviewing and updating our environment, we offer a creative & stimulating continuous provision which enables us to deliver the best possible education and care for the children in our Nursery. Being part of an inclusive school, we also benefit from being involved with school events and have access to the wider school’s facilities and teaching staff which aids the transition your child will make when they move into a Reception setting.
Each child is inducted into our setting based on their individual needs and this usually begins by visiting your child in their home environment and by taking the time to get to know them and their family. We understand the important role parent & carers play in their children’s development and we endeavour to build positive working partnerships.
Mrs Karen Mogg is the Nursery Manager & Inclusion Coordinator (INCCO),
Miss Lisa Bavin is the Deputy Manager & Nursery Safeguarding Lead along with Miss Kimberley Hewlett, Miss Hawkins and Ms Joanne Edgar. Mrs Catherine Andrews is Nursery’s Administrator.
Our highly qualified and experienced team is led by the Nursery Manager who is a Level 6 Early Years graduate and who is closely supported by a fantastic team of practitioners. All team members are at least Level 3 qualified.
All Nursery staff are Paediatric First Aid trained and Mrs Mogg & Miss Bavin are also Team Teach certificated.
* Extended Nursery Provision 7.30 a.m. - 6 p.m. *
Nursery have now extended their provision further to include a new Early Years After School club for 2 - 4 year olds. Together with our breakfast club this means we are now offering full wrap- around provision from 7.30 - 6 p.m. every day!
Our Early Years After School provision takes place in Nursery’s outstanding purpose-built indoor and outdoor facilities and is run by Nursery team members. With the children’s personal, social and emotional wellbeing being of paramount importance to us at all times, by running our extended provision in Nursery, with Nursery staff members, ensures consistency. The children are familiar with their safe, stimulating environment and are also cared for by the adults that they know well and who they have secure attachments with.
For more information or to reserve your child’s place please message us via our Facebook page, phone 01934 429601 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
At St. Georges Church Nursery we use an online system called ‘Tapestry’ to record, track and share children's learning journals with their parent/ carers. This application enables staff to take photographs, videos and make written observations of the activities the children do at Nursery. Parent / carers have access to their child's learning journal via a personal password protected login and they are encouraged to add their own comments and photos from home to their child's journal. These can be photos from a day out, a recent achievement, a current interest or them playing with their favourite toy.
We aim to do several observations each half term and these may be linked to the children's individual next steps. We also share ideas with parent/carers to enable the support of the children's next steps at home. This helps to provide a strong partnership with parents as information on the children's learning & development is shared both from parent / carers and staff.
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