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Friday Messages

Our Friday Message – 21st June 2024

In this week’s Friday Message from St Pauls Nursery School, we have news about our Summer Picnic, information about Inset Days in 2024/2025, and some useful resources for potty and toilet training. And a HUGE thank you to everyone who took part in our Windrush Day celebrations.

Our Friday Message – 14th June 2024

In this week’s Friday Message, we invite you to join our Garden Club every Friday morning to engage with nature through planting and gardening. We have news about a new Mindfulness Course for parents and carers of children with additional needs. Our book collection is growing, thanks to your generous donations, and we continue to welcome books from beloved authors. Lastly, please help us support your child’s independence by labelling their clothes, and we have permanent clothes pens available.

Our Friday Message – 7th June 2024

In this week’s Friday Message, we invite you to join our Garden Club every Friday morning to engage with nature through planting and gardening. We have news about a new Mindfulness Course for parents and carers of children with additional needs. Our book collection is growing, thanks to your generous donations, and we continue to welcome books from beloved authors. Lastly, please help us support your child’s independence by labelling their clothes, and we have permanent clothes pens available.

News from St Pauls

News from the Rooms

News from the Baby Room 2 – May 2024

News from the Baby Room 2 – May 2024

How does it feel? “I use all my senses… for scientific enquiry!” How does the foam smell? How does it feel? It feels different when we mix it with water, sand, mud, and sticks. It’s so slimy in the ‘tuff tray’, so gritty mixed with sand. How does it stay on our...

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News from the Baby Room 1 – May 2024

News from the Baby Room 1 – May 2024

Making Tzatsiki We have been going on a learning journey with our planted herbs. We planted some herbs a month ago and decided we wanted to make Tzatsiki to dip our breadsticks in. The children have been watering the plants and caring for them since we planted them,...

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News from the Nursery Room 1 – May 2024

News from the Nursery Room 1 – May 2024

We are Builders, We are Creators! Mathematics and creativity go together so well! Developing children’s SPATIAL REASONING, their understanding of size and magnitude, perspective and distance, scaling, and appearance are all essential skills and knowledge in...

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News from the Nursery Room 2 – May 2024

News from the Nursery Room 2 – May 2024

Researching Children Researching the World! We have been fascinated by children’s fascinations! We have been wondering about the importance of “Monster Trucks” to the children’s play, to their sense of belonging, connections to each other, their sense of identity and...

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News from the Early Years 2 Room – May 2024

News from the Early Years 2 Room – May 2024

Maths is Everywhere We love mathematics. Mathematics is often described as the search for relationships and patterns. And shape-and-pattern-play have a significant impact on later maths achievement. The children have been so absorbed in using shapes to build and...

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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.

Ofsted Report 2019

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.

Ofsted Report 2019

Family Support

Drop–ins
1:1 Family Support
Parenting Programmes
Training and qualifications for parents
Volunteer Programme

Early Education

Free Nursery Education Places for 3-4 yr olds
Free Daycare places for 2 yr olds who meet the governments criteria
Fee-paying Daycare places for babies, 2-3s
Afterschool clubs
Holiday clubs

Professional Learning Development

Training for EYs Practitioners
Research
Placements
Train to Teach
Setting to Setting support
Study days
Placements
Networking

Address

St Pauls Nursery School & Children’s Centre
Little Bishop Street
St Pauls
Bristol
BS2 9JF

Email

stpaulsncc@bristol-schools.uk

Phone

0117 903 0337
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Fax

0117 903 1046

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