Greenway Centre, Doncaster Road Bristol United Kingdom BS10 5PY

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Tomorrow Starts Now

Explore The Bluebell Nursery

Here at The Bluebell Nursery, we know what it takes to enhance our students’ education. Our unique approach to learning and top quality faculty makes The Bluebell Nursery more than just a physical Nursery School - it’s a life experience. We invite you to explore our dynamic and diverse community and stop by for a visit at your convenience.

 

Life at The Nursery

Our children culture plays a key role in our Nursery experience. We’ve created a safe and accessible environment where children are encouraged to discuss ideas, collaborate on projects, share their work, and receive feedback from fellow children and teachers. We give children the foundation to bring their potential to life.

 

Life at The Nursery

Our children culture plays a key role in our Nursery experience. We’ve created a safe and accessible environment where children are encouraged to discuss ideas, collaborate on projects, share their work, and receive feedback from fellow children and teachers. We give children the foundation to bring their potential to life.

A High Academic Standard

The academic program at The Bluebell Nursery places an emphasis on every aspect of our children’s growth and development. We take advantage of the natural curiosity children possess by having our teachers present new information in creative ways and teach through exploratory experiences.


Our general curriculum includes a variety of challenging courses that meet or exceed state requirements. Exceptional, qualified teachers allow The Bluebell Nursery to offer an intimate and inclusive educational environment, while also ensuring each child receives the individualized attention and support they need.

 

A High Academic Standard

The academic program at The Bluebell Nursery places an emphasis on every aspect of our children’s growth and development. We take advantage of the natural curiosity children possess by having our teachers present new information in creative ways and teach through exploratory experiences.


Our general curriculum includes a variety of challenging courses that meet or exceed state requirements. Exceptional, qualified teachers allow The Bluebell Nursery to offer an intimate and inclusive educational environment, while also ensuring each child receives the individualized attention and support they need.

Our Day

Changing the World

9.00 Welcome time ​

A warm welcome for the start of the day and say hello by:

- singing songs.

- remind which day we have today.

- talking about the weather.

- asking them about their plans for individual time.

9.30 Individual time

Children can choose what they what to do in their individual time. Children actively play together- they talk about games and make decisions together. Some of them prefer parallel or solitary play which encourages them to learn how to be more independent.

10.20 Tidy up time

Children have to learn that it is essential to put things away after fun time.

10.30 Washing hands

Washing our hands protects us from a lot of harmful germs.

10.40 Milk/Water/Fruit time

A little snack and drink to keep them fed and hydrated during the day.

11.00 Group time

This time covers the importance of play as part of learning and development.

Children gain different skills from different types of games and activities. The purpose of this play and active learning is to stimulate, support and develop concepts, language and communication. It also develops concentration and positive attitudes.

12.10 Lunchtime

Staff eat with the children at meal times, encouraging conversation, good manners and social interactions.

13.00 Time for changing boots and put on coats if is cold outside.

13.20 Outdoor Group Activities

We visit the playground and the park which are next to our setting.

- Children spend time exploring and looking at nature while they are in the park.

- Children can see the changes through the seasons.

- Children learn teamwork skills – They go the same way together, and no child is left to wander off alone.

- They can use their senses by gently touching and smelling the wild flowers.

14.30 Come back to the setting and wash hands.

14.45 Water/Snack time

They may be thirsty or hungry after having fun in the fresh air.

15.00 Story/Song time

This final group activity of the day provides some more social interaction prior to home-time.