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The closing date for applications for reception place for September 2019 is January 15th. If your child was born between September 1st 2014 and August 31st 2015 you must apply for a place. 

  

 Welcome

At St Thomas Centre Nursery School our ethos is one of ‘Happy, Healthy Children Playing and Learning Together’ in a safe secure environment where they all experience success.

Children and families are at the heart of all we do and through critical reflective practice we aspire to the best possible outcomes for the children. Through our child centred approach, which builds on every child’s individual strengths and the opportunities that they themselves initiate, we aspire to foster a lifelong love of learning.

We seek to have a significant impact locally but also to model and support good practice more widely. As an inclusive setting we celebrate our diverse communities, cultural heritages and British Values,  a promotion of positive relationships and mutual respect, underpinned by the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.

  St Thomas Centre Nursery School Team 

Latest St Thomas Centre Calendar Events

Visitors from Evesham Nursery school23Jan2019

9:30 am - 11:30 am

We welcome visitors from Evesham Nursery school today to observe learning and share practice.

Nursery closed today15Feb2019

Nursery is closed today for all children. Staff will be undertaking medical needs training.

Half term week18Feb2019

Nursery is closed this week for half term. Fee paying holiday provision is available if booked in advance.

Calendars page(s): St Thomas Centre Calendar >>

St Thomas Centre Nursery News

  • Health Update - Ringworm
    Ringworm is a common fungal infection. It's not caused by worms. You can usually buy medicine from a pharmacy to make it go away.
  • Christmas workshops
    Thank you to everyone who came to our Christmas workshops and Christmas singing sessions.
  • Jenny is retiring.
    Jenny, who is based in Blue room, is retiring at the end of this week.
  • Visitors from Germany
    We welcomed Lesley and Nicolai, visitors from Frankfurt in Germany, to the nursery.
  • Head Lice
    Young children often get head lice. Check your children's hair frequently and everyone in the family.
Further Articles »

OUR OUTSTANDING OFSTED

We are delighted to be judged OUTSTANDING in all areas in our recent OFSTED reports!

St Thomas Centre Nursery School OFSTED November 2017

St Thomas Centre Nursery School Early Years OFSTED November 2017

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Safeguarding is everyone's responsibility

Safeguarding children is a priority at this Nursery and it is the responsibility of every individual. If you have a concern that a child is being harmed or is at risk, you MUST contact a Designated Safeguarding Lead named below on:

Sue Bennett (Head Teacher) Designated Senior Lead

Lauren Davidson (Deputy Head Teacher) Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead

Alison Harris (Higher Level Teaching Assistant) Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead

Sally Andrews  Safeguarding Governor

Tel: 0121 464 0003

enquiry@stcn.bham.sch.uk

 

Or

You can report your concerns directly to the Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) 

 

All our staff know and follow the guidance in this latest document:

Keeping Children Safe In Education