Our Nursery

Our school nursery is very much a part of everyday school life and an integral part of our early years Foundation Stage. As well as the free sessions (15 hours or 30 hours for parents who are eligible) that all parents are entitled to, we offer a number of all day care sessions for working parents including a lunchtime club.

Being part of our school, our Nursery class is taught by an Early Years teacher, a full time nursery nurse and other support staff all of whom have been trained within the education system specifically for this role. Our aim is to give children the very best start in life by providing the best possible environment, staff and resources. This includes a well resourced and contained outdoor learning space.

Our Nursery has access to all school facilities and the children have opportunities to interact with other pupils and learn from older, Reception children as they develop and extend their learning through play. Our priorities at St Anne’s enable our children to have enjoyable and successful ‘early years’ in the belief that the sooner we get it right for them, the easier their life should be as they move up through school.

The standards our children reach by the end of Early Years are above national average.

The long term curriculum overview can be viewed below. Please contact school if you would like more details on the areas of learning.

Nursery EYFS Curriculum Overview

Extended Nursery Care

We also offer extended care in the nursery for morning and afternoon sessions.

The cost for an additional 3 hour session is £9.50 (wherever possible, please make payment via the Parentmail app).

Voucher scheme payments are accepted.