Welcome to St Peter's Nursery!!
At St. Peter’s Nursery, we aim to provide an environment where your child can play, learn and grow in a way that is right for them.
Everyday, your child will take on new challenges, actively learning and thinking critically as they explore the environment with the help of their friends. To create a conducive learning environment that supports the needs of each individual, observations are recorded and assessed to inform planning and staff work hard to extend learning through interaction, communication and inquiry.
Meet our amazing team...
Mr Luke Hollywell
Nursery Teaching Assistant and Cover Supervisor:
Mrs Helen Ranford
Morning Teaching Assistant:
Mrs Ayshea Taylor
Afternoon Teaching Assistant:
Mrs Claire Hodgetts
Cover Teaching Assistant:
Mrs Chris James
What to expect:
- An environment that encourages learners to take risks and explore
- Highly trained and experienced staff
- Opportunities for parents to get involved
- A large, well resourced outdoor area which includes a secret garden and a mud kitchen
- Rich environments that are continuously adapted to enhance learning
- A secure and safe environment that fosters communication and collaboration
At St Peter's we take pride in getting to know our children. As a result, we understand that every child is different and therefore a wide range of learning opportunities are needed. To achieve this our outdoor area is freely accessible to learners what ever the weather, enhancing pupils sensory and aesthetic awareness, supporting their physical and social development and broadening their horizons.
Inside the nursery, each area is designed to be easily accessible and to facilitate cross-curricular opportunities. Through following their interests and exploring the range of resources and equipment available, it helps to encourage independence, confidence and critical thinking.
Take a look at some of the lovely things we do.
In the Nursery we are very lucky to have a 'Secret Garden' where the children can play at the mud kitchen, make potions on the camp fire and construct their own dens.