Whittington Park Community Nursery

 

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Our ethos

Children are strong, competent and capable creators of their own learning, which they co-construct through relationships with their families, educators, community, culture, other children, adults and their environment.

 

Our brand new nursery opened in February 2016.  It is located in the heart of Whittington Park, opposite the astroturf.

It has its own lovely garden which is used for freely accessible outdoor play, gardening and outdoor projects with the children.

We take 2-4 year old children who are eligible for free nursery care. To see if you are eligible please go online to https://www.islington.gov.uk/children-and-families/benefits-and-financial-support/free-early-learning.

If your child is not eligible for funding, we may also be able to take them from January 2018. Please contact us for a discussion.

We are open term time and have two sessions per day:

  • Morning session  – 9.00 am – 12.00 pm
  • Afternoon session – 1.00 pm – 4.00 pm.

We welcome enquiries. Please email Catherine Gardner at info@whittingtonpca.org.uk or call the nursery on 0207 281 1987  if you would like any information, or to arrange a visit.

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  • Large natural space

  • Forest School approach

  • Warm and caring staff

  • Regular trips and outings

  • Home-like environment

  • Culturally diverse

Our Nursery


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Our Trips

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Our Staff

Staff

Charlotte Grover – Early Years Educator – Catherine Gardner – Teacher and Lead Practitioner – Joan Caton – Deputy Lead Practitioner

 

Comments

“I want to thank Catherine, Joan and Charlotte for everything they’ve done and continue to do for me and my daughter. She’s definitely in the best place with the most awesome people”  Parent

“The provision is clean, tidy, well-resourced and inviting for children to play in. The resources and materials reflect the diverse backgrounds of the children…Both inside and outside, rich learning opportunities are available…The children have the choice about whether they want to play inside or outside…..Children are clearly settled and secure and are keen to engage with the staff and resources as soon as they enter”. London Borough of Islington – 2017.

Key Policies

Click on these links to view our key policies

Safeguarding Policy October 17 Final

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Prevent and British Values 2017

Statement of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Nov 17

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) 2017

 

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