Nursery Curriculum

In planning how the Nursery School is resourced, organised and structured we use the seven areas of learning shown below in the diagram. Each area has a number of Early Learning Goals which we aim to support children to meet by the end of their reception year.

The prime areas of Personal, Social and Emotional Development,
Language and Communication and Physical Development feed
into the other specific areas of the curriculum. Please view the school handbook  below, for more detailed information.

Parents Guide to the EYFS Curricukum 2015

Please see the termly plans below:

Medium Term plans Summer 2017

Below is a link to our school booklet

Welcome to Low Hall Nursery School booklet November 2014

Below is also a link to some useful videos on the website of Church Hill Nursery School, our partner school, which provides ideas about how to support your children at home.

http://www.churchhillchildren.org/page/?title=Play+to+learn&pid=101

 

 

The Early Years Pupil Premium is additional funding given to publicly-funded schools in England to help narrow the gap between children from advantaged and disadvantaged backgrounds.

It is allocated to children who would be eligible for free school meals if they were in primary or secondary school.
At Church Hill and Low Hall we have used the Early Years Pupil Premium to:
  • fund an additional teacher who will plan enrichment activities with the children entitled to the funding, activities such as cooking, art and craft, games and local outings
In 2015-16 we plan to use the funding to pay for:
  • subsidised places for school trips
  • extended sessions/time at nursery

Contact Low Hall Nursery School

If you would like to talk to a member of staff at Low Hall, please don’t hesitate to get in touch via the contact page.