Our school is a happy, safe place where diversity is celebrated and all children are given access to the Foundation Stage Curriculum. We aim to work in partnership with parents and the community to enable our children to learn, achieve and succeed through play and real life experiences to become productive members of our multicultural society.
Children in the care of the local authority and children who were previously looked after bur ceased to be so because they were adopted (or became subject to a residence order or special guardianship order).
Children living within the catchment who have an elder brother or sister at the school who will still be attending at the time of admission (or at the linked junior schools in the case of infant schools).
Other children living within the catchment.
Children living outside the catchment who have an elder brother or sister at the time of admission (or at the linked junior schools in the case of infant schools).
Children who live nearest to the school, as determined by a straight line measurement from the front door of the child’s home address to the main entrance of the school.
For every child to enjoy coming to school to learn through play.
For our school to be a safe, happy and secure environment where children can take risks and learn through their mistakes in a supportive way.
For every parent to be valued as the child’s first educator to enable us to work in partnership to develop our children’s education together so that they can reach their true potential.
For every child to have equality of access to the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum.
For our children to believe they can be anything they want to be.
For our school to make challenge and high expectations achievable targets in life.
For each child to be encouraged to foster an awareness of and respect for their immediate environment and the wider world around them.
For each child to form positive relationships with their peers and adults.
For each child to be proud of their culture and to share it with others so that mutual respect is achieved in our multi cultural society.
For our school to embrace individuality and to ensure that differences are viewed as positive gifts, each having a purpose in life that can be used to help others.
For the school and community to work in cooperation to give our children real life learning opportunities.
Aims of Burnwood Nursery
The school has a Chair of Governors (community), a Vice Chair ( Local Authority), 2 teachers, 1 Local Authority, 3 parents, 1 community and 2 associate members.
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Burnwood Nursery was built in 1950 and has been providing the children of Chell Heath with exceptional quality Early Years education ever since.
The nursery is a 60 place nursery school.
Children aged 3 years by 31st August are able to attend, sometimes on a part time basis, to be admitted in the September for the following academic years.
Where there are more applications for a nursery setting than there are places the following priorities will be used, in order to allocate places:
Once the class is full a waiting list based on these criteria will be held until the end of September of that academic year.
We are committed to ensuring that every child’s entitlement to quality education is given. We strongly believe in recognising the individual needs of each of our children through practice and provision which reflects equality of opportunity for all, and we strive to develop their full potential. We believe that strong links between home and school are vital for your child’s education and we value your support and involvement in all areas of school life.
Our school is a happy, safe place where diversity is celebrated and all children are given access to the Foundation Stage curriculum. We aim to work in partnership with parents and the community to enable our children to learn, achieve and succeed through play and real life experiences to become productive members of our multicultural society.