East Ayton Nursery opened in September 2016!

Morning sessions 9:00am to 12:00pm

Offering high quality, teacher led Nursery Education, and set within East Ayton School grounds, our Nursery School offers excellent facilities and a large, spacious outdoor area.

15 hours free funded places are now available for three to four year olds.

Limited spaces are available, so please contact us for further details or an application form:

 

Latest News

 

The children are becoming very confident at using the learn pads with the help of Year 5.

 

The children enjoyed the challenge of working as part of a team to create a pathway to get from the cloakroom to the snack table without standing on the carpet.

 

The children are keen to take part in our weekly library sessions and like to share their favourite books with their friends.

The children were keen to try the Chinese stir fry that they had made to celebrate Chinese New Year.

We listened carefully to the instructions and enjoyed giving our partner a massage.

The children enjoy looking after our pet guinea pigs, Honey and Rosie.

 

The children listened to the talk about road safety and were keen to explore the car.

 

 

 

The children enjoyed using the props made by Class 5 to recite their favourite nursery rhymes.

Official Opening of the Nursery

The official opening of our new Nursery will take place at 11.00am on Friday 16th September 2016. We are delighted to announce that the opening will be carried out by Gavin Williamson, once a pupil of East Ayton Primary School, and now the Government Chief Whip. Parents of our Nursery children are welcome to come to school for the official opening at 11.00am.

 

We’re open!

It was such a pleasure to welcome our very first nursery children on Wednesday 7th September 2016 after a year of hard work!

 

What a fantastic Open Day!

We held an Open Day on Thursday 30th June and it was lovely to see so many of you bring your children into our new Nursery and stay and play! So much work has gone into preparing the Nursery but seeing the children playing so happily makes it all worthwhile. We can’t wait to open our doors in September!

 

Please donate your unwanted books

nursery-booksWe are keen to help our Nursery children develop a passion for reading. We’d be very grateful for any books in good condition that would be suitable for our young children. If you can help, please contact Mrs Monks through the school, or drop your books off at the school. Thank you very much for your help with this.