At our Nursery, we believe in providing a warm, caring, and stimulating environment that encourages children to explore, learn, and grow.
Our team of experienced and qualified educators are passionate about providing a high-quality early years education that sets the foundation for future learning.
PLEASE NOTE – FOR SEPTEMBER 2023 THERE ARE LIMITED SPACES AVAILABLE FOR 15 HOURS ON WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS, ALL DAY THURSDAY AND ALL DAY FRIDAY. CONTACT THE OFFICE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION.
Our Reception Class is designed for children aged 4 to 5 years old, who are entering the first year of their formal education. Our class provides a fun and stimulating environment where children can learn through play and exploration.
Children will experience play-based learning, group activities, and one-to-one support, to ensure that every child has the opportunity to learn and develop at their own pace.
Key Stage 1
Years 1 & 2
We believe that every child is unique and has the potential to achieve great things. Our dedicated and experienced staff work hard to create a safe, stimulating and nurturing environment where your child can learn, grow and thrive.
Our curriculum is designed to support the development of your child in all areas, including academic, social, emotional and physical.
Key Stage 2
Year 3 and beyond
As many of our pupils move to our link junior school, The Grange Academy, the senior team at Northfields meet with Ms Hopwood and her team regularly and, during the transition morning in June, your child will experience a ‘morning in the life’ where they can show them their learning passport, meet their new teacher and talk to some of the pupils at their new school.
For children moving to a school that isn’t the Grange Academy, we will contact them and offer the same process. Key Stage 2 starts in Year 3 and ends in Year 6.
We encourage independent thinking
Lovely words about us
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Parents say that when they raise concerns, they are dealt with properly
Parents believe that our pupils are well behaved
Parents believe their children are safe at Northfields