We are open daily for critical keyworker and vulnerable children. If there any any places left we will offer places for children who are not on the priority list. We currently have a capped number of children onsite each day so that we can meet the criteria set out in the school risk assessment. Please call if you have any further questions.
**Spaces available from September 2020 **
Bright Start, Bright Future
‘Chances to explore, discover and grow’
Staff film for all of our families
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Atherstone Nursery School and Warwickshire Teaching School Alliance provides high quality
learning opportunites for children aged 3-5yrs.
At Atherstone Nursery School our curriculum is built around childrens interests and prior learning.
Accurate assessment and careful planning builds on their next steps in learning and supports the development of new skills and knowledge. Because of highly effective teaching, most children make outstanding progress at our school. We are fortunate to have large open classrooms a fantastic outdoor learning space and our very own Forest School
We place great emphasis on our school as a family and a community. We value contributions from all our service users and look forward to welcoming you.
Our last Ofsted Inspection stated
If you would like to apply for a place at our School please use the CONTACT tab and
request an admission form. If you would like to search for our previous ofsted reports
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"Children are happy to come to school because they are excited by their learning and because they have excellent relationships with the adults they work with. The attractive learning environment is vibrant, and it is organised to promote children’s independence, with plenty of opportunities for investigation and exploration. Adults provide the stimulus and the resources for children to be as creative as possible through the provision of open-ended activities that allow children to express themselves, for example through role play, story-telling and painting. Visual timetables are used to support children with their learning. Excellent use is made of the outdoor environment to ensure that children develop a secure understanding of the world around them."
This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects
all staff, volunteers and parents to share this commitment.