Welcome to Nursery
Effective Early Years development is all about learning through play and this is what we do best at Rowlands Gill Nursery!
We love to get creative, challenge and expand young minds, helping them grow across all areas of learning. We believe in working with your children; following and supporting their interests, providing an active, enabling and engaging environment.
Nursery Admissions 2018/19
All children are entitled to 15 hours of free provision provided over 38 weeks. some working parents can claim 30 hours of childcare with a validated code available through HMRC. Where a parent or carer chooses to take up fewer than 15/30 hours or chooses to split their entitlement with another provider the criteria will be applied regardless.We provide and allocate nursery places at Rowlands Gill Primary School using the local authority Nursery Education Admissions Policy.
We have 15 and 30 hour places available for the summer 18 term so please contact us if you would like more information.
Nursery Hours are: 8.45-11.45 Monday to Friday for AM sessions, 12.15-3.15 Monday to Friday for PM sessions. Children taking up a 15 hour place will be offered an AM or PM session. If these times are not suitable please contact school as we look at each place individually to suit the needs of the parents and children.
Children taking up a 30 hour place will do 8.45-3.15 Monday to Thursday and 8.45-12.45 on a Friday
We are a friendly team consisting of;
- Miss Page – Nursery Teacher
- Miss Corr – HLTA
- Mrs Preston – TA
- Mrs Tones – HLTA
- Miss King – HLTA
- Miss Brown – Apprentice TA
We use this blog to share all our fantastic news with you, adding photographs and information to keep you updated on what is happening. We would love to hear your thoughts and what your cherubs have been up to at home with friends and family.
Please check back to see your Nursery Super Stars in action!
Please click on the link below to download a Nursery admission form.
Our Class Blog
Nursery celebrated this special day by finding out about the Royal Wedding. We then made sandwiches for our families and invited them to join us at our nursery tea party. Parents were even spotted catching a few...read more
Please click the link below for more information and feedback regarding our Maths Visualisation Session held last week: Maths Our Early Learnersread more
The nursery children had an amazing week in nursery. Miss Corr was ill on Monday and had to stay in bed. The children decided to surprise her when she returned with a special party. The children developed their writing skills by making cards full of good wishes. There...read more
Please click the link below to see more information on Nursery's upcoming trip to Hall Hill Farm: Hall Hill Farm Nurseryread more
The nursery children made the most of the glorious sunshine this week by learning outdoors in the beautiful Eco...read more
Please click the link below to see more information on suncream/hats in school. Letter EYFS suncream & hats Many Thanks, RGPSread more
The nursery children had great fun making Easter crafts with their parents. However, I do suspect that some adults enjoyed it even more than the children! Ha...read more
Have you noticed what's been happening in nursery over the last couple of weeks? We have been developing awareness of other cultures by increasing knowledge and understanding of how Chinese New Year is celebrated. We have set up a Chinese restaurant, listened to...read more
The children have been enjoying their learning in nursery by playing in our wonderful nursery bakery. They have been taking on the roles of shopkeeper and customer while developing their communication and language skills.They have also developed an awareness of using...read more
Nursery had a fabulous time making their own bread buns. Grandma Edith came along to help us and the children all had a turn shaping the dough into a breadbun. When they were cooked they looked amazing! We all enjoyed eating them at snack...read more