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Early years

"The Early years leader and her team are highly skilled"
 
" Children in the early years make good progress"
 
"Children's behaviour in early years is impeccable"
 
Ofsted 2018
Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)
Our early years unit combines nursery and reception children. They thrive in our warm, inviting and stimulating environment.  Mrs Turnbull is our EYFS lead teacher and teaches Monday - Thursday,  Mrs McGregor, our head teacher, teaches EYFS on Fridays, Mrs Moffat and Miss Prior are our teaching assistants.
 
We currently have a 17 place reception intake and 15 place morning nursery and 15 place afternoon nursery for children over 3 years old.  We also offer the 30 hours provision.
 
If you do not qualify for 30 hours provision and where there is space, we can offer full day places for our nursery children at an additional cost of £10 per day (excluding lunch). 
See Mrs Newton in the school office for more information.
 
Reception  & full day nursery sessions - 8:55am and finishes at 2:55pm - please drop off and collect your child from the EYFS entrance. 
Morning nursery - 8:55am - 11:55am
Afternoon nursery - 11:55am - 2:55pm
 
Nursery children may pay for a hot school lunch at £2:20 per day or bring a packed lunch
All reception children are entitled to a free school lunch (infant free school meal grant)
All children are entitled to free school milk until the term they turn 5 years old
Please make sure your child has a water bottle (water only no juice) 
We provide free fruit each day for every child but your child may bring their own if they wish
 
Currently our weekly 'Story & Song' sessions are on hold due to the COVID-19 restrictions.
 
 
Here are some great sites you can visit simply click on each link below;
 
 
Oxford Owl
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Have a little peek at our Early Years Unit...
 
People who help us...Police
Over the past two weeks the children have enjoyed taking part in some 'police' related learning.
We had a crime scene involving Humpty Dumpty to assess and write about.  The children also enjoyed 'fingerprint' calculations and 'secret writers'.  We finished off our learning with a visit to Police Station.  The children thoroughly enjoyed the quality experience that the officers at Berwick Police Station gave us.  This again gave was an excellent stimulus for writing...