Nursery

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Welcome To Oak House Nursery

Oak House is a private day nursery, attached to St Pius X School.  The nursery department caters for children from 2 – 4 years and was established in 1982.

The nursery is open for approximately 38 weeks per year and opens from 8.00 am – 6.00 pm, a breakfast club is available from 7.30 am (There is an additional charge for this service).

 

We offer fifteen hours of free childcare per week for eligible 3 & 4 year olds.

We have four nursery classrooms:St Pius 25 IR 09.11.16

Little Acorns 1 – (2 year olds)

Little Acorns 2 – (3 year olds)

Great Oaks  1 – (3 – 4 year olds)  Pre-school

Great Oaks  2 – (3 – 4 year olds)  Pre-school

A team of dedicated, highly qualified and experienced practitioners, care for children aged between two and four years in an environment that is safe, stimulating and challenging, and one that enables children to achieve their full potential.

We pride ourselves on our ability to deliver the EYFS Curriculum, ensuring that children learn and develop well and that they are kept safe and healthy.  Children have a wealth of opportunities and experiences in our setting in preparation for school and their future life.

St Pius 09 IR 09.11.16We work in partnership with parents / carers, encouraging parents to exchange information about their children’s needs, interests and their learning and development, on a daily basis. All children are allocated a key person who will be responsible for developing and maintaining good, effective relationships with children and their families.  Key persons also observe, assess, and plan for children’s individual needs and maintain accurate records relating to their learning and development.

The setting makes good provision in meeting children’s needs, so that they reach, with many exceeding, the expected levels of development. ‘ISI 2013’.

‘In the EYFS the provisions for children’s well-being is excellent. Supported by well-trained staff, each child’s welfare is strongly promoted.’ ISI Inspection Report 2016

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