Welcome to St. Paul's Nursery School!
Welcome to St. Paul’s Nursery School's exciting website and learning environment.
On the site you will be able to read our newsletters, access information about the nursery, learn about the role of governors and learn about the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum.
As your child’s main educator there will also be the opportunity for you to share with the staff the many things your child does at home so that we can gain an overall picture of your child’s progress and learning.
"Tell me and I'll forget. Show me and I may not remember. Involve me and I'll understand" Native American saying
Our Vision and Values
Loving, living and learning
At St. Paul’s Nursery School we strive to create a happy atmosphere where learning is fun, where children, parents and staff can learn together and where we all develop to be the best that we can be.
We aim to;
· Put the children at the heart of everything we do.
· Provide a setting where children are seen as individuals, where their needs are identified and responded to and where they are given the best possible chance to fulfil their talents.
· Encourage children to grow in confidence and self-esteem, to become more independent and learn to take responsibility.
· Encourage curiosity, creative thinking and questioning minds.
· Create a happy, safe, secure and stimulating environment.
· Work together as a mutually supportive, creative and innovative team.
· Support parents and carers in their role as educator and value their contribution.
· Value everyone and celebrate all achievements.
· Always try our best in all that we do.
· Respect ourselves, each other and our world.
· Promote a brighter future for us all by developing the potential of the whole school community and beyond.
· Each child is an individual and has needs that should be met in an atmosphere that celebrates diversity.
· High levels of wellbeing are important for children, staff and parents.
· Everyone should reach for the stars and that all achievements should be celebrated.
· Children learn most effectively by using all their senses and through their own activity and first hand experiences.
· Everyone has the right to be safe, healthy, happy, achieving, active, respected, responsible, nurtured and included.
· A creative, exciting and well planned challenging learning experience will inspire a love of learning and a spirit of enquiry both now and in the future.