News from St Pauls
Do you want to work with children at the start of their journey, as they separate from parents and become independent learners? We are in the privileged position in Nursery to make a difference to the lives of very young children. Help us to make sure they have a...
Dear Parents and Carers, Lucy Driver, Headteacher Dear Parents Carers, I think we can’t quite believe it’s the end of the school year already for our nursery school children. We feel this year has gone especially quickly, but know your children are ready for their...
News from the Rooms
I am a scientist! Blowing makes bubbles! We have been using all our senses for our scientific enquiry! Supporting the children to visit and revisit experiences we have built upon their natural curiosity and questioning to test and retest ideas, to experiment and...
Eyes on the world – digital documentation! We are always fascinated by children’s fascinations! Documenting learning, following unique interests and travelling with children as they discover and explore, question and experiment, create and curate their many worlds,...
Pop a little pancake into the pan! Children have really been making connections between home and here… with lots of imaginative play in the kitchen… stirring, pouring, mixing, baking. So we made our very own pancakes! Mixing up the flour and the milk together – just...
Pop! Pop! Pop! Such natural inquisitive curiosity! We have been observing and noticing how the children have been observing and noticing! Asking questions and experimenting with cause and effect when blowing bubbles! By using all their senses to repeat actions and...
Welcome to Nursery 2 – feeling claimed and connected! Lots of children have settled into Nursery and are becoming familiar with our routines, anticipating changes in the day and using our daily timetable to predict what is happening now and next! We notice how settled...
Ofsted - Outstanding!
We have achieved Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ in both our Nursery School and Children’s Centre and are now a partner in BEYTC (Bristol Early Years Teaching Consortium) and ‘Centre of Excellence for Under 3s’.
Children thrive in the setting as a result of the stimulating curriculum and the support and challenge which adults provide. They are exceptionally well prepared to move to the next stage of their education.
Leaders make sure that children learn in a highly supportive and caring environment. The nurturing relationships between adults and children and the organisation of daily routines help children to develop positive habits and attitudes to learning.
1:1 Family Support
Training and qualifications for parents
Free Daycare places for 2 yr olds who meet the governments criteria
Fee-paying Daycare places for babies, 2-3s
Professional Learning Development
Train to Teach
Setting to Setting support
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