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“I like school – learning new things. I like doing maths at school.” – Jennifer, Year 2 | “I like school because there are loads of grown ups to protect us if something bad happens.” Charlotte, Year 1 | “I like doing phonics because I like words.” Jesiah, Reception | “I like doing number jobs.” Harvey, Year 1 | “I like playing with the dinosaurs.” Albert, Nursery | “I love coming to school because everything is fun.” Charlotte, Year 2 | “I like school because we get to do special person.” Sebi, Reception
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Ghost Hill Infant & Nursery School

Welcome toGhost Hill Infant & Nursery School

Nursery

Welcome to the Nursery 

 

We are able to provide a caring, stimulating environment which prepares each child for a seemless transition from Nursery to main school in Reception.  Children have opportunities to develop relationships with Reception teachers during their time in the Nursery. The children have constant access to whole school resources including enriching and diverse opportunities afforded by whole school events such as multi-cultural and Book Weeks and visits from professional musicians and authors.

 

Children attend the Nursery for at least two terms before entry into school.  They will be offered up to five morning or five afternoon sessions.  There are a maximum of twenty six children in each session with a qualified teacher and additional members of staff, one of whom is a qualified Nursery Nurse.

 

The Nursery has been on the school site since January 1997 and provides a well-structured and exciting pre-school experience for three and four yearold children.  Ghost Hill Nursery provides the very best emotional and educational preparation for school.

 

Children benefit from a wide range of learning experiences covering each area of learning in the Early Years Foundation Stage.  The Nursery offers  learning experiences which flow freely between indoor and outdoor areas.  Our Nursery is the only Local Authority nursery in the Taverham and Drayton area under the leadership of a Headteacher.

 

A qualified, professional teacher plans learning opportunities in collaboration with Reception teachers to ensure progressive experiences for each individual as they move through the Early Years Foundation Stage.

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