Welcome to Little Owls Nursery

Little Owls is pleasantly situated in the grounds of Broseley C of E Primary School. We operate as a self-contained unit having our own facilities for work and play, but also enjoying the benefits of being part of an educational campus. Your child will be able to observe the daily routine of school life, further easing the transition for nursery to a school of your choice

We are a small non-profit making nursery (Registered Charity No. 1043532. We believe that good care and good early education cannot be separated.  Development and learning needs are best met within the security of a warm and simulating environment where trusting relationships have been built.  In this supportive atmosphere, children are resourceful and imaginative.  When encouraged, they will develop confidence in their own ideas and make them reality.

We believe in maintaining a high staff ratio so that we can give individual attention and support to each child’s learning.
This will encourage the development of self-confidence, independence and enjoyment in learning.  In this way he or she will be able to maximise the opportunities later on at primary school.   We also encourage children to value each other as individuals.  Our policy is to use practices which value differences of gender, race, culture and language.


Little Owls operates the High Scope style of teaching, offering a wide and varied range of activities both within the building and using the extensive space outside.  The High Scope approach encourages the child to plan, act and reflect on what he/she does and helps the child to develop self-confidence, independence and a positive attitude to learning.  The child has unrestricted access to the nursery’s resources in order to promote this child-led approach.

As well as child-led activities, we also work from ideas using early science and technology.  This involves children working on practical experiments where learning takes place from what is happening in front of them.  We aim to introduce our children to the wealth of stories, plays and poems that are also used as springboards for further exploration.  Early writing and reading skills are encouraged, and are incorporated into the children’s work.
In this way the Nursery seeks to enable the child to meet the Desirable Learning Outcomes during the Foundation Stage, thereby providing the foundation for later achievements. 


If you wish to look around the nursery or would like to apply for your child(ren) to attend Little Owls, please contact us to arrange a visit or to send you a prospectus.



MEET THE TEAM

OFSTED REPORT 2016

KEY TERM DATES 2019/2020

NURSERY POLICIES

REGISTRATION/ ENROLMENT

KEY INFORMATION FOR PARENTS

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November Stay and Play Session

On Tuesday 5th November from 9am -10am , parents are invited to come and play. We will have an hour of activities, for you to enjoy with your little one. This gives you a great opportunity to see what we do, and for your child to show you their nursery.

Winter Weather

With the change in weather can we remind all parents that all children require a pair of wellie boots, waterproofs in nursery at all times

October Family Drop in Session

We will be running a stay and play sessions led by Nicey on Thursday 31st October 2019 from 9.30am – 11am. This session is aimed at families with children aged 0-4 years. The cost is £1.75 per family. Come dressed in your spooky costumes for some Halloween fun