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”
Early Years Early Adopter Status
The government has decided to change the early learning goals that we use to assess your child and has offered schools the chance to adopt the new early learning goals one year early, in September 2020. Our school has decided to become an early adopter school and from this year we will be using the new early learning goals to assess your children at the end of their Reception year. New guidance to support learning over the year has been released, this is called Development Matters.
What does this mean for your child?
Nothing will change for your child. We will continue to offer them the highest quality learning experiences in school and we will continue to develop the whole child, thinking about how they learn and who they are as individuals.
What does this mean for parents / carers?
Nothing will change for parents/carers. We will continue to support you to the best of our ability and value your opinions and knowledge of your child. Many of you may want to see the new goals and guidance, here is the link
Please come and talk to us if you have any question
The EYFS HUB team
The council, following a statutory consultation with stakeholders and residents of Tower Hamlets, has coordinated admissions for primary school nursery classes and maintained nursery schools since September 2019.
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 you would like a nursery place for September 2021, you must submit an online application by 16 February 2021.
You should apply online at www.eadmissions.org.uk.
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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