Exciting times ahead for Hulme Nursery and Infants
Date published: 27 May 2021
Inspected in autumn 2019, the school was rated ‘excellent’ by the Independent Schools Inspectorate
Oldham Hulme Grammar School is now accepting children into their Nursery and Infant department in the academic year that they turn three, therefore allowing children to spend two full years in the Nursery.
Inspected in autumn 2019, the school was rated ‘excellent’ by the Independent Schools Inspectorate.
The setting has also changed it’s opening hours with pupils now able to attend from 7.30am to 6pm for 51 weeks of the year.
There will be an exciting new range of suitable packages available for parents to choose, including part time and full time places.
Pupils will receive a healthy and nutritious hot lunch as part of their Nursery day.
The Head Teacher of the Nursery and Infant school, Miss Carolyn Barnett, said: “These are really exciting times for us in the Nursery and Infants.
"We are thrilled that we can open our doors to children who are two years old.
"We know that the experiences that children receive in their early years are vital to their development and mental well being in later life.
"We focus on the individual child at Hulme and by working in partnership with our parents, we give our pupils the very best start to life.”
A typical week for a pupil in the Hulme Nursery includes: daily maths and English sessions, Key Worker time, baking, visits to the continuous provision areas; such as the creative area or the construction area, and lessons taught by subject specialist teachers such as: Forest School, Baby Ballet, swimming lessons (for our pre school year), music and PE.
If you’d like to go and see the facilities for yourself, then please get in touch.
For admission enquiries please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 0161 630 6255.
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