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Fielding Primary School and Nursery


Starting school, joining Reception in September 2020

Children born between 1 September 2015 and 31 August 2016 are due to start the first year of primary school (Reception class) in September 2020.

Admissions are now open on the Ealing Council website and you can submit your child's application here. The deadline for applications is Wednesday 15 January 2020. National Offer Day for on-time applications is Thursday 16 April.

If you need help completing your application, or you require a paper form, please come to the main office (via Wyndham Road) where a member of the admin team can assist you.

Fielding Nursery Team

Elmer dress up day :Thursday 21st November 2019. To celebrate our Curriculum Challenge of 'How do colours make you feel?' Nursery children can come dressed up in their favourite coloured clothes, for a day of colourful fun.

Nursery drop in session on child development in Nursery. Saturday 16th November 2019 .


Thank you to those Parents and Carers who were able to attend our first session. 


In the Spring term we will be running another session on Phonics and in the Summer we will be covering Writing.


I have posted the Powerpoint used for our first session below.


Mr McEvoy



Nursery Christmas Concerts

The Nursery Christmas Concerts will be taking place on the week commencing 2nd December 2019. Please read the enclosed letter for all the important information you need to know.

Wow moments for Nursery Children

During your child's development within the Early Years you may see then do lots of amazing things, just as we do in Nursery. We would like you to share these 'Wow Moments' with us so we can add then to our overall picture of your child's development.


When these moments come please print out the document below, fill in the information and pass it to a member of the Nursery Team. We will then add the 'Wow Moment' to their Learning Journey. 


Thank you for your help and support.

Forest School

Children in the Nursery have the opportunity to visit the Fielding Forest School.

Whilst at a Forest the Nursery have opportunities to:

-Explore a forest environment 

-Learn about plants and animals that live in the forest.

-Explore art activities with natural materials.

-Undertake den building.

-Develop language and communication skills.

-Explore mathematical concepts such as counting and shape.

-Help to foster a healthy lifestyle and respect for nature and the natural environment.

-Increase their knowledge and understanding in' Understanding of the World' in the Early Years Foundation Stage.


During a four week period most children will attend two thirty minute sessions in the Fielding Forest School. Sessions take place on Monday afternoons and Thursday Mornings. You should receive an email via your laser account letting you know when your child will next be attending Forest School.


When it is your child's turn to attend Forest School they should attend Nursery in appropriate clothes for a Forest School session. The items of clothing should consist of a waterproof or warm coat and wellington boots.

Toileting in Nursery

For some children it can take a little time to settle into a new environment. We also know that the children really enjoy their time at Nursery and may leave it till 'the last minute' before they go to the toilet. Young children will have accidents and as long as we have a change of clothes for them it is not a problem. In time mostly all children recognise the need to go to the toilet and will take themselves.


For those children who are having a few accidents a day we will monitor them and encourage them to go to the toilet at pertinent times of day, such as; in the morning, after lunch and after tea. We will also offer reward charts for those children who are not yet getting to the toilet in time. Usually as children's time with us progresses they are able to regulate when to go to the toilet and are able to do this independently.



Learning this week : W/C 11/11/19

We will be competing our Curriculum Challenge of 'How do colours make you feel?'  

You can find a full overview of the skills we will be focusing on under the curriculum link further down on the page.


For our carpet input sessions this week we will be exploring the numbers 5 and 6. We will be also spending time learning the Christmas songs for our show.


In Literacy this week we will be listening to the stories about Elmer the colourful elephant. We will also be looking forward to our exciting Elmer dress up day on Thursday 21st November, when children and staff will come dressed in their favourite colour clothes.


We will also start to create special hats for our Christmas Carol Concert.



Learning Next Week: Week Commencing 25/11/19


Next week we will be starting with our next curriculum challenge of 'How does Father Christmas deliver presents?'  We will be thinking about ; 

Who does the postman deliver presents to?

Is it winter everywhere in the world at Christmas?

How can you move heavy things?

Do you need to be asleep when Father Christmas comes to visit?

How does the postman know where to deliver presents?

You can find a full overview of the skills we will be focusing on under the curriculum link further down on the page.


Next week our carpet input focus will be Literacy where we will be reading the story 'Stick Man'. We will be continue to practice singing our Christmas songs in preparation for our Christmas Concert taking place the week beginning 2nd December.

Picking up your child at 1pm.

If you are collecting your child from Nursery at 1pm, please note that the main gate will open at 1pm. If you come to the Nursery pick up point before this time your child may get upset as they see you waiting outside. To help things run smoothly we would encourage you to come to the pick up point at 1pm so that we can follow the routines your child is getting used to and therefore this helps the children to enjoy a happy pick up time.

Thank you.



When children are unwell.

In the Nursery we do all that we can to stop any illness affecting not only the children but also members of our team. Daily disinfecting of toilets and floors as well as antibacterial spraying of doors, handles and the use other cleaning agents are used to prevent germs and bugs finding a home in our Nursery.


We would be grateful if when your child vomits or has a dose of diarrhea, please keep them at home for 48 hrs to make sure that the infection has passed. If you bring your child into Nursery when they are ill it may pass to other children or adults. We understand that sometimes it is hard to take time off to look after your child but if they are ill they need to be at home.


Thank you for your support in this matter. 


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

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.



Fielding Learning Challenge Curriculum