Nursery funded education is available free from the term after your child’s third birthday.
“At Spring Meadow Nursery we know that these early years form the crucial foundation for learning throughout childhood and beyond. We have a passion for ensuring that our provision is planned and set-up to reflect how young children learn, to include everything that young children enjoy and to contain all the elements of early learning that young children need. Together these will ensure that the foundation is strong and children are then ready for the next stage in their learning journey.”
Ways to Support Your Child At Home
We offer morning sessions or afternoon sessions only, for the Universal Nursery-Funded 15 hours per week:
We may also be able to offer extended provision for children who wish to join the Breakfast Club (for Morning Nursery children) or the ‘Stay and Play’ Afterschool Club for afternoon children. There is a charge for these clubs.
We can accept up to 104 children in our Nursery and parents must apply directly to the school (click here to download our Nursery Application Form). Please see the LA Admissions Policy for the criteria and timetable for applications that we must follow.
OUR NURSERY PROVISION FROM JANUARY 2019:
|8.45am – 11.45am||15 hours free-funded place|
|7.45am – 8.45am||£4.00 per day||Registration required|
|12.30pm – 3.30pm||15 hours free-funded place|
‘Stay and Play’ Afterschool Club
|3.30pm – 6.00pm||£8.50 per day||Registration required|
Please click on the thumbnails for a larger view.
Oh, what a busy morning!
I’ve been playing with the dough
And, with a little help, upon a card
I learned to sew.
I helped my friend, ‘the doctor’
to perform an operation,
then fixed the track together for
my train and built a station.
I popped inside the home corner,
to make a cup of tea
and stood beside the cooker making lunch for
I completed three whole jigsaws and
played a new board game
And had a turn on all the bikes,
the slide and climbing frame.
I handed round the biscuits at
‘milk and biscuits’ time,
Then I listened to the story and sang
a nursery rhyme.
But now the morning’s over and the
parents are all waiting.
I hope none of them say,
‘I WISH YOU’D DONE A PAINTING’