Beaumont Primary Academy is a member of South Pennine Academies
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Beaumont Primary Academy

Beaumont Nursery

Is your child ready to take their first steps in learning?

Our Core Values: to be safe, to learn and to play 

 We welcome all children between the ages of 2 and 4

Welcome to our Nursery!

Our aim is to serve and support our local community and provide a loving, welcoming and happy nursery setting where our children feel safe and secure, allowing them to thrive and grow in confidence within a nurturing environment.

 

  • We are open during school term time only.
  • Our hours of opening are Monday to Friday 8:45am until 3.15pm.
  • We offer a breakfast club, which is open from 8:00am until 8:45am.

 

If you're looking for a happy, caring, safe and secure nursery for your child then here at Beaumont Nursery we take great pride in inviting children and their families into a warm and welcoming atmosphere. 

We appreciate that the decision to send your child to nursery is a very important one in their life both educationally and socially. We will endeavour to provide a happy, friendly, stimulating and positive environment where your child can reach their full potential. We will provide your child with the resources and input to allow them to develop an engaging, motivated and resilient thirst to learn and encourage them to embrace a lifelong love for learning.

We receive excellent feedback from parents on the work of our dedicated team of childcare professionals. Children settle very quickly and make lots of new friends, they are always positively supported by our team of caring and experienced staff. 

Our primary emphasis is on promoting a healthy understanding and respect for our core values in all aspects of our nursery setting. We believe this builds confidence, self-esteem and self-worth in a non-judgemental space that children can explore freely. Activities throughout our nursery sessions are appropriately planned to suit the age and development of all children. To support your child's learning they will also gather in groups for songs, games and stories. 

Healthy lunchtime meals, made by the lunchtime team in school, can also be purchased for those children who attend nursery for a full day session.

 

At Beaumont Nursery children are split into the following classes, based on their age:

 

 

         

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Beaumont Primary Academy is a Rights Respecting School 

Our Core Values: to be safe, to learn and to play

Beaumont Primary Academy holds a silver Unicef Rights Respecting Schools award. At the centre of our approach in EYFS are our three core rights: the right to be safe, to learn and to play. These are taught and used throughout to support good behaviour and respect for others, in a way which is easy to understand for our youngest pupils.

Consistent routines and boundaries will promote respect for our friends and nurture relationships. Children will have opportunities for risk taking, incorporating individual thoughts and providing next steps for individual development, this builds character, personality and self believe. We will enable children the space to be themselves developing their own unique individuality.

You are your child’s first educator, we will endeavour to welcome, support and include your thoughts, values and respectful of the diverse cultures and beliefs within our community. In return all we ask is for mutual respect and your contribution.

We have strong links with campus partners and visit Beaumont Primary to have lunch and use their facilities, this promotes excellent transitions into school and builds confidence for children who are school aged. We believe in strong partnership work and children benefit from the use of wonderful facilities within a new environment.

Our aims are:

  • For children and families to feel safe, secure and supported.
  • To build confidence, self-esteem and self-worth.
  • To promote a non-judgemental environment.
  • To allow children to take measured risks.
  • To provide a consistent set of boundaries.
  • To have interested adults who will work with your children.
  • To provide supportive care in a safe, secure environment that is exciting for children to explore.
  • To follow all current legislation and work within the law.
  • To plan for individual interests and support children’s needs.
  • To give space for children to be themselves and develop their own unique individuality.
  • To provide clear communication between children, staff and families.
  • To provide clear transition plans for both children and parents.
  • To provide integrated working between professionals and families.