Welcome to our Nursery. We are very proud of our caring and nurturing environment and can offer you and your child a wonderful welcome.

We are a vibrant and busy 45 place Nursery offering full time places to children the term after they turn 3.

Our Nursery is well resourced and benefits from a large fenced outdoor area as well as two large classrooms. Our children are given the freedom and take their learning either inside or outside as we operate a free flow system between the indoor and outdoor environments.

Topics and themes are carefully planned to capture the children’s interest and imaginations and our experienced team work hard to ensure the children are safe, happy and make excellent progress during their time with us.

We develop positive relationships with parents through our transition arrangements and home visits and value our parents as partners to ensure the best possible start for your child within our Nursery.

We welcome visits to Nursery and are happy to answer any questions prospective parents may have.

Online applications for September 2020 have now closed, if your child is 3 before 1st September and you are interested in applying for a place from September please contact the school office ASAP.

We now have a January intake which is open to children that turn 3 between 1st September and 31st December, for more information please contact the school office on 01782 235005.


As we are unable to hold our welcome meeting face to face our Early Years Leader has created a Welcome Presentation for you to explain a little more about life and St Teresa's and specifically our nursery class. A copy of the presentation can be found below.

Our Nursery class will be a having a makeover during the summer holidays so we will be posting photo's over the next few weeks so that your child can familiarise themselves with their new classroom.

Please use the links below to access some useful documents that will help you to prepare your child for Nursery. 

 My Starting School Checklist.pdfDownload
 Preparing Your Child for School a Guide for Parents and Guardians Leaflet.docxDownload
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