COVID - 19 Update -Good morning parents & carers,We hope that you are all staying well. Following government guidance we have started planning for the school to begin reopening during the summer term. Following much research and meetings between staff, governors and the local authority the decision has been made that the school will not reopen until 8th June at the earliest. A letter is available in the nursery letters section highlighting the rationale behind our decision.
Nursery will be closed from 20/3/2020 - if you are a current nursery parent and would like to talk to a member of SLT contact us on email@example.com or 07551284105.
Welcome to Bordesley Green East Nursery School. We are delighted that you are considering us to deliver education to your child.
Having fun learning through Play
Learning at Bordesley Green East Nursery is through purposeful play both inside and outdoors. We enhance childrens learning experiences through the use of artists and our Forest School initiative both onsite and further afield. Working closely with both parents and children ensuring that the first year of education sets a firm foundation for all future learning.
The Nursery School is situated in the Stechford/North Yardley area of Birmingham, catering for 120 equivalent part time nursery places. 30 hour places are available based on a strict national criteria www.childcarechoices.gov.uk/. We will be offering your child both education and care firmly founded upon the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum statutory guidance for learning and development, experiencing learning in 7 areas:
* Communication and language
* Physical development
* Personal/Social/Emotional devlopment
* Understanding of the World
* Expressive Arts and Design
Promoting British Values
At Bordesley Green East Nursery School we value all of our children and families. We celebrate our rich cultural and religious diversity and promote mutual respect.
We are an inclusive setting and our ethos and curriculum enables children to be independent learners, making choices and building strong relationships particularly with their peers.
We encourage this by structuring the environment and timetable to enable individual, paired, small and large group activity.
We have certain rules that children and adults must follow for example –no running inside, mobile phones not to be used in the school. Thus enabling a safe learning environment.
All of these form our framework for promoting British values-democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance of those of different faith and beliefs.
(statement kindly supported by Birmingham 27 Nursery Schools Consortium)