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St Antony's

Catholic Primary School

God is at the heart of our school


Welcome to Nursery 

Class Teacher: Miss Knox

Nursery Nurse: Mrs Prince 

Learning Support Assistant: Mrs Hudson


Home School Challenges

Google Classroom Information

Updates for Nursery - 23rd October 2020




Learning in the Nursery:

In the Foundation Stage children learn best through first-hand experience, by doing things. We as adults call it play. Play is children's work, and you can help by taking an interest in your child's early achievements. Painting and drawing, junk-modelling and collage are important evidence of their skills and stages of development. When they tell you their news about school they are giving a gift of language and speech so please take time to listen.


We will provide music, games, story sessions, materials for creative activities; opportunities for role-play, pretend games and equipment and expertise for the practice of physical and mental skills. And being a part of a vibrant class we are developing the social skills needed for dealing with life in school such as learning to share adult attention with other children in the class and with each other.


Entry to the Nursery:

Dropping off - children need to be dropped off at the SECOND set of double gates on Friary Lane. This entrance is next to the Nursery garden. Please wait outside the gate until a member of staff comes to meet your child.

Picking up - children need to be picked up from the SECOND set of double gates on Friary Lane. Please wait outside until a member of staff brings your child to meet you. 


Both gates will be signposted.


Morning Session: 8.30am - 11.30am

Afternoon Session: 12.30pm - 3.30pm



Nursery uniform consisting of a navy tracksuit and red polo shirt with the school logo are available to order online via the school webpage. Please label ALL items of clothing. Footwear should be black and suitable for outdoor activities. Velcro straps are preferred.

NO JEWELLERY should be worn at any time.


Water Bottle:

Children will need to bring a drinking bottle containing water. Please clearly label the bottle with their name.


Our topics this academic year are:

I am Special



Traditional Stories


People Who Help Us