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”


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)

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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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...

Oral Health

Reception parents had a session on how to look after our teeth. They were amazed by some of the new information they learnt. Thank you for attending mums and dads!...

Rainbow and Scorch Puppet Making

  This week we made Rainbow and Scorch socket puppets. Parents and children worked together to create their own sock puppets. We also learnt about how Rainbow and Scorch teach us things like trying the new activities in class and about including everyone in our play....

Blossom Class and Chamber Tots

Here at Lansbury Lawrence Primary we have been working closely with a musical education group called Chamber Tots. This is a musical program for schools put on by professional musicians from The Wigmore Hall. Every week on a Monday for this term, there will be one or...

Whatever Next?

Sunflower Class have been reading the story 'Whatever Next', we decided to make spaceships in the garden using soft blocks and different materials. What do you think? We acted out the story to our friends in Bluebell and Blossom class with our costumes on. We became...

The 3 Billy Goats Gruff in Bluebell Class

  This term in Bluebell we will be learning all about the story of the 3 Billy Goats Gruff. So far we have listened to the story, made our own storymaps, acted out the story using props, built bridges for the goats to go over, drawn the characters and even eaten lots...

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