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Nursery and Pre-School

 Bramley Pre-School and Nursery are an integral part of Bramley C of E Infant School.

The Pre-School has a dedicated class teacher and nursery practitioners. The Nursery is staffed and led by qualified nursery nurses. 

Having a full time, fully trained staff enables the children to have Quality First Teaching from an early age which enables the children to make rapid progress academically and socially, which carries on through the school. 

The Pre-School and Nursery are sited together in their own department within the main school. They have two large, bright classrooms, their own facilities and access to their own playground. The children also make use of the whole site including the hall, their outside environment, the field and the wooded area. Our goal is to ensure that your child's learning is a very happy one and we follow the School's ethos of recognising each child's individuality in our approach to care.

The key person approach

•The Class Teacher or the Nursery leader is your child’s Key Person, strongly supported by the rest of the Pre- School or Nursery team.
•The Key Person’s role is to act as the key contact for the parents and have links with other carers. They will co-ordinate the sharing of appropriate information about the child’s development.
•They meet with the child and their family prior to them starting.
•They take primary responsibility (supported by the whole team) for the observational records of the child, using these to inform next steps in development and individual planning. We will have a parent consultation with you every term to discuss your child’s progress.
•As a team, we will respond sensitively to the children’s feelings, ideas and behaviour and help each child to become familiar with the setting and to feel confident and safe within it.

 To view the Pre-School and/or Nursery, please make an appointment with the school office for a tour. 

"Children get off to an excellent start in the early years because of the high quality of care and nurture they receive."

Ofsted March 2019