Our Nursery staff are enthusiastic and committed to providing the highest standard of education and care for pre-school children. The Nursery curriculum follows the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS). The nursery is inspected by Ofsted with the school and all provision is overseen by a fully qualified teacher and delivered by an excellent team of Nursery staff.
What we offer
All children attending Woodcroft are exposed to experiences which will develop their wisdom, awe and wonder in the world around them and educate them further as wonderful individuals.
Outdoor Space and Access
We have fantastic outdoor space at Woodcroft and aim to use it as much as possible throughout the entire year. We have a mud kitchen in place and lots of water activities for your child to play and learn with whilst out in the fresh air.
Whatever the weather we try to get our children outside! As well as simply encouraging a love of nature and the great outdoors, outdoor play has many other benefits for our children. It promotes healthy physical activity, team play and social interactions.
We are very excited to be able to offer Forest School sessions at Woodcroft Academy. These sessions will be led by Miss Moss. Forest School is a learner led experience where children learn and explore in the natural environment. During these sessions your child will have lots of fun playing and exploring in our outdoor environment and will be encouraged to enjoy games, imaginary play, craft making using natural materials and challenges such as climbing ropes and trees. They are also a great way to further develop and hone children’s physical development. To find out more about our wonderful forest school please visit our 'Forest School Page'.
If you would like to have a look around our nursery please phone or email the school office on 01538 714796 or email to arrange a day and time to visit.
How to apply for a nursery place at Woodcroft
If you would like to apply for a nursery place for your child please complete the following forms and return to the school office. Once your forms have been received our nursery staff will arrange a home visit as part of our induction process. During this visit arrangements will be made for your child to start their transition into our nursery setting.