Hardcopy of contents

Parents and carers can request hardcopies all information shown on this website, specifically policies and other documents. Please contact the nursery office for further information.

Contact Details

The name, postal address and telephone number of the nursery, and the name of a person to whom enquiries should be addressed is:

Mr Lee Hurling, Executive Headteacher, Rothwell Victoria Infant School, School Lane, Rothwell, Kettering, NN14 6HZ, Tel: 01536 710363

Admission Arrangements

Nursery Admissions

For admission into the Nursery, parents and carers will find the Policy In the sidebar relating to nursery admissions of great value.

We have produced a booklet for parents giving lots of information and details about life in Nursery for your children.  You can download a copy of the Nursery guide for Parents from the sidebar.

A guide to the Early Years Framework that is used in Nursery has been produced for parents, also in the sidebar.

Ofsted

Nursery school Ofsted Reports can be found here or by using the link in our sidebar. Our reports are associated with the Infant School inspections.

Nursery/EYFS Curriculum

We have provided a detailed page related to how we deliver the curriculum within a Nursery setting. Please click here to visit that page.

Pupil Behaviour

Our Behaviour and Anti Bullying Polcy advises how we manage discipline and behavour at the Nursery. Please see the link in our sidebar for all relevant Policies.

Special Educational Needs

Our Special Educational Needs / Inclusion Policy can be found by using the link in our sidebar for all of our Policies.

Charging Policy

The Nursery charging and remissions policy can be found by using the link in our sidebar for all of our Policies.

Our Ethos

We firmly believe that children learn best through play.  We hope to produce happy, confident, resilient, inquisitive and independent learners.  We aim to provide a challenging, exciting, inviting learning environment where children feel safe and secure, and are willing to participate in the activities provided and to seek out learning opportunities independently.

Our Aims

We aim to ensure that our children are happy, safe, confident and independent. 

We aim to challenge our children through well planned activities and environments, encouraging them to explore, investigate, talk about their ideas and work collaboratively with others, both adults and children.

We aim to provide activities and learning opportunities which will stimulate and interest children.  Our planning starts with the children, with their needs and their interests.  We plan as a team, considering the next steps for our children, and discuss which activities will best fit their next steps.