Early Years Information

Nursery

The Part Time Nursery Class caters for 40 children in the morning and a further 40 in the afternoon. 

 

The Morning Nursery children can attend from 8.30 am until 11.30 am. (However, all children must be at registration by 9.00 am if attending morning nursery).

 

The Afternoon Nursery children can attend from 12.30 pm until 3.30 pm. (However, all children must be at registration by 1.00 pm for the afternoon nursery).

 

The Full Time Nursery caters for 40 children.

 

The Full Time Nursery children can attend from 9.00 am until 3.00 pm.

It is staffed by one Early Years Teacher, a Higher-Level Teaching Assistant, a Senior Teaching Assistant and a further 3 Teaching Assistants. 

 

The Nursery follows the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum. It aims to provide an inviting and stimulating environment where   play, exploration and practical activities provide a foundation for all learning.

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Full Time Nursery Booklet

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Part Time Nursery Booklet

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Full Time Nursery

Transition

 Booklet

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Part Time Nursery

Transition

 Booklet

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Nursery Curriculum Evening

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EYFS

Virtual Tour

Reception

Brent Local Authority is responsible for selecting pupils for our Reception Classes.

 

Parents are invited to complete a common application form and return to the local authority by the specified deadline. Please see our admissions page for more information.

We currently have 4 Reception Classes at Roe Green Infant School. Pupils are offered a place in school based on the following criteria:

• Looked after children

• Children with special needs

• Current sibling connection

• Catchment area

• Children living outside the catchment area

Pupils experience learning through a wide range of activities based on the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum.

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Reception Welcome Booklet

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Reception Information for Parents

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Reception Curriculum Evening

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Sight Words for Reception Children

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Reception

Virtual Tour

7 Areas of Development in Early Years

Literacy

Communication

and

Language

Mathematics

Physical Development

Personal, Social and Emotional Understanding

Understanding the World

Expressive Arts and Design