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Mrs Fisher is the class teacher  


St Luke’s C.E. Primary School are responsible for our own admissions into nursery.  We are delighted to be able to offer 60 places to 3 and 4 year olds in our nursery class.  Children will use the 15 hours free entitlement in a morning nursery session running Monday – Friday from 8:50am – 11:50am or in the afternoon nursery session running Monday-Friday 12:15pm-3:15pm.  

Coming into Nursery

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The Nursery staff here at St Luke's are  dedicated to providing high quality teaching and learning opportunities for the children in our care.  


We teach the 7 areas of learning on a daily basis through many different ways.

  • communication and language
  • physical development
  • personal, social and emotional development
  • literacy
  • mathematics
  • understanding the world
  • expressive arts and design

​​​We run 2 classes of children who receive the 15hours free funding. 

The morning nursery class starts at 8:50/9:00am and ends at 11:50/12:00pm.

The afternoon nursery class starts at 12:15/12:25pm and ends at 3:15/3:25pm.

We provide full time places for those receiving the 30hours free funding or to those who wish to pay to top-up to a full time placement.  

The children who attend our school nursery are required to wear a full St. Luke's uniform and to follow the school's uniform policy.  A book bag is required but a P.E. kit is not.  

Here are 7 great ways to learn at home!!


  • Sharing books and stories - telling stories and talking about pictures in books helps children to learn and understand new words and also develop a love of reading.
  • Singing songs and rhymes - singing songs and rhymes together teaches children to predict language structures and develops their vocabulary.
  • Playing with letters and sounds - playing games with the shapes and sounds of letters is a fun way of introducing children to language and early reading.
  • Setting up a play date - babies and young children learn through play. Playing together helps children develop the skills they need to communicate well and socialise, especially when they start going to nursery and school.
  • Getting out and about - when you go out for a walk or you’re at the supermarket, help children to spot and recognise the signs and words around them. This encourages talk.
  • Painting and drawing - making marks and scribbles with a lots of different materials allows children to express themselves, helps their muscles develop and supports early writing.
  • Using the library - parents and children can borrow books for free and attend storytelling and rhyme groups.
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