From 2020 we will be extending our Nursery hours
In response to the growing need and parental demand for greater flexibility, we have introduced an Breakfast and After School Clubs, which will extend our current Nursery provision from 7.30am - 6.30pm.
Monday to Friday (during School term time, excluding bank holidays)
7.30am - 8.30am - Optional Breakfast Club in partnership with The Gap Club
8.30am – 12.00 noon Morning Session only
8.30am – 3.00pm Full day session (including hot lunch)
3.00pm – 6.30pm - Optional After School Club in partnership with The Gap Club
To find out more about the Nursery at St George’s Junior School and available spaces, or if you would like to come and visit us, you can contact us in the following ways:
Tel: 01932 839 337
Message: via our contact form
We also welcome all prospective parents, regardless of their children's ages, to our Open Mornings.
If you would like to complete an Online Registration Form please click HERE.
Children rising age three and upwards are invited to come for a short visit with a parent present, and will be presented with a variety of activities to explore. We look for children who are eager, ready to learn and have concentration and language skills appropriate to their age. As well as personal and social skills, we also look for imagination and individuality.
Nursery plant 150th Anniversary flowerbed
Children from the Nursery joined pupils from the Junior School to lay the groundwork - quite literally! - for a fabulous colourful flowerbed. Specially designed to create a 150th Anniversary floral display, the flowerbed will a wonderful addition to the School's anniversary celebrations.
Nursery take part in Lower Years' Sports Day
With the sun shining down at the end of the Summer Term, it was time for Nursery to take part in the Lower Years' Sports Day. The children raced and competed against one another with great enthusiasm, a wonderful spirit and with huge smiles on their faces.
Nursery become stars for the day in special dance showcase
Nursery children became stars for the day in June as they performed in the Early Years Dance Showcase. The dance routines gave the children a chance to showcase what they had been learning in their weekly dance classes throughout the Summer Term.
Nursery celebrate Easter bonnet parade
After creating and designing their very own Easter bonnets (with a little help from their parents), the Nursery children then set off on a parade around the Junior School, before taking part in a truly special Easter egg hunt with their parents.