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Fielding Primary School and Nursery


Meet the Nursery Team

Key Workers

All parents should have received information about who their child's key workers are. If you did not to receive this information via email, please let us know so that we can forward information to you.

Parent Consultation Meetings

Parents Consultation Meetings for Nursery will take place after October half term. In these meetings you will receive information about how your child/children have settled into Nursery and how to follow their progress across the academic year.  

Nursery Training Day Closures

Please note that nursery is closed for two days during term time, Monday 29th October 2018 and Tuesday 23rd April 2019 for staff training. Please click the link below for term dates


Nursery Holiday Club 

We will provide holiday childcare sessions to compliment the school term:

  • Autumn half-term, 22-26 October 2018
  • Christmas, closed
  • Spring half-term, 18-22 February 2019
  • Easter, 8-18 April 2019
  • Summer half-term, closed
  • Summer, 22 July - 23 August 2019

You can make holiday session bookings via Laser and the fees will be added to your Laser cashbook, these must be paid before your child attends. Please be careful when selecting your sessions, as once sessions are booked and confirmed we are unable to refund, regardless of whether your child attends.

Dough Gym

 'Dough Gym' started the Nursery on Monday 17th September. If you would like more information about 'Dough Gym' please click on the link below. You will need  MS Powerpoint to view the presentation.

Keeping Children Safe

At Fielding Nursery we take the safety of and safeguarding the children as our top priority. We therefore would like to remind parents that once you have collected and signed your child out of the Nursery, can you please exit the Nursery Outdoor Learning Area as soon as you can. Please do not allow your child/ren to access any of the Nursery equipment once they are in your care. Please remember to close the gates to our Outdoor Learning Area as you enter and leave. Thank you

Messy Play

In the Nursery we like to give the children opportunities to explore colour and texture. We do try to supply the the children with aprons for painting and remind them to 'roll up sleeves' when using messy materials. Sometime the children will get grubby when playing outside or they may get paint or other tactile materials on their clothes. We therefore recommend that parents do not send their children to nursery in clothes which they do not want marked or possibly stained . Sometimes good learning means getting messy. Thank you. 

Nursery Entry and Exit Routes

The entry and exit points for Nursery, outside of normal whole school pick and drop off times (8.30-9.00am and 3.15pm-3.45pm) ,are via the gates in Coombe Road and along the fenced path which leads into Nursery. For safeguarding reasons please do not use any other route to drop off or collect your children. Thank you.

Early pick up during a session.

If you wish to pick up your child early during Nursery session times we would be grateful if you could let us know in advance, or phone or email. By letting us know about early session collection, children can be ready and waiting for collected. This will mean that you will not be left waiting outside for too long, especially as Autumn turns to Winter. Also as you know the children have lunch between 11.30 and 12.00 and tea from 3.00 to 3.30pm, so it would be best to collect either before or after these times. Thank you for your help and co-operation during these transition times.

Personal Toys

We have a wide range of toys and equipment at our nursery. Unless we specifically request otherwise your child should not bring any of their own toys to nursery. If they do bring toys with them, we accept no responsibility for any loss or damage to those toys.



Learning this week

This week in the Nursery we will be continuing our first curriculum challenge of 'Who lives in my house?'  We will be thinking about who lives in their house? What is their house made of?  What can I find outside my window? 


This week in the Nursery our focus will be on the story 'Rosie's Walk' by Pat Hutchins. We will be thinking about the different parts of the story and what happens to Rosie the hen.


 We will be going on our own 'walk' around the school field and look carefully at all the things we can see on our walk. we will also be thinking about making our own maps of how we get Nursery and maps of our Nursery. 


We will be choosing the children to go on our 'Values Star' board. When the children get onto the 'Values Star' the children get;a sticker, a certificate to take home and their picture on display on our 'Values Star 'board. 


If you wish to find out more information about our Curriculum Challenge of 'Who lives in my house?' Then click on the link at the bottom of the page.


Learning next week

Monday 22nd October is Half Term. The Nursery Holiday Club will be open during the Half Term break for those parents who have pre-booked sessions via Laser. 


Nursery will re-open on Tuesday 30th October for the second half of Autumn Term. Monday 29th of October is a Staff Development Training Day and the Nursery will be closed.

Fielding Learning Challenge Curriculum