Hello and welcome to our Nursery!

We have our own designated site for our Nursery children, providing an exciting area for them to settle and develop during their early stages of life. The classrooms are equipped with a range activities that provides a multi-sensory environment to give them best start in life.

In 2017, Ofsted reported that “the rich learning environment ensures that children develop an enthusiasm for learning and make strong progress from their starting points“ and practitioners “exemplify the strong pastoral care offered to children in the early years”

Admissions – September 2018

We welcome children to start in the Nursery from the age of 3 years. Nursery children can attend part time or full time, depending on the needs of the parents, and we also offer the 30 hours provision during Nursery hours for those eligible.

Follow this link to find out more.You are welcome to put your child’s name on our waiting list immediately after your child’s second birthday.

Download and fill in the application, and send it to admin@lansburylawrence.towerhamlets.gov.uk or print and post to our address.
Nursery application form (Word document)

Nursery admissions – September 2019

The council, following a statutory consultation with stakeholders and residents of Tower Hamlets, has decided to coordinate admissions for primary school nursery classes and maintained nursery schools from September 2019 onwards.

Children will usually start nursery school or a nursery class attached to a primary school in the September following their third birthday. However, it is possible for eligible children to access a funded nursery place from the beginning of the term after their third birthday.
How to apply
If your child was born between 1 September 2015 and 31 August 2016 and you would like a nursery place for September 2019, you must submit an online application by 17 February 2019.
You should apply online at www.eadmissions.org.uk.

Tours of the Nursery
Tours of the nursery take place on Tuesday mornings from 9:30 until 10:30 am. In order to request a place on the next available tour, please complete the following form, or call Debbie or Melissa in our office on 0207 987 4589.

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Butterflies in Bluebell class.

  This week Bluebells had some very exciting news. Our butterflies hatched from their cocoons! We had been waiting very patiently and checking on them every day. Until finally on Monday we came to Nursery to find butterflies fluttering around their net, we gave...

Nursery at Mudchute Farm

On Thursday the 17th of May, some of the children from Bluebell and Sunflower classes went on an exciting trip to Mudchute Farm. From Nursery, we took the DLR all the way to the farm and then we had to walk through a field just like in the story 'We're Going on a Bear...

Soane Centre!

Sunflower and Bluebells went to visit the Soane Centre and we saw and got a chance to see and feel some animals! These are all the animals  we found with our nets! Do you recognise any of...

Easter Hat Parade

Every year just before Easter the whole school makes Easter hats out of recycled materials. Here are some wonderfully exciting Easter Day Hat Parade pictures. We got our hats ready in the dinner hall: The whole nursery was there: We paraded around the dinner hall: And...

World Book Day

We celebrated World Book Day at our school this past Thursday. Children came dressed up as their favourite book characters. We had a day of looking at lots of different stories and pretending we were the different characters in the...

Early Words Together!

Sunflower and Bluebell parents  as well as volunteers carried out a reading workshop with their children. They had a great time reading some of their favourite stories with their parents and volunteers. Here are some pictures from the workshop.: Everyone had so much...

Making our own Rainbow and Scorch puppets!

Sunflower parents came in to make Rainbow and Scorch sock puppets. They had a great time being creative with their children., Here are some of the pictures we took of the workshop: The children had an amazing time making their puppets, it reminded them of how we...

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