Nursery

Welcome to Nursery

Nursery sessions

AM session– 8:30 am- 11:30 am

PM session- 12:15 pm- 3:15 pm

Uniform

Children must wear a school uniform.

-White polo shirt/shirt/blouse

-Red sweatshirt/jumper or cardigan

-Charcoal grey trousers/skirt/playsuit

-Children who are toilet training can wear joggers until they are dry

-Flat black shoes (no trainers)

-During the summer the girls may wear a red and white school dress and the boys may wear  charcoal grey shorts

-Black tights or white socks

 

For nursery, you will need:

Appropriate clothing to be worn and labelled with your child’s name

Your child will need their own wellies for outdoor learning

Water Bottles and Hi Viz jackets- these can be bought from the school office

Please bring in spare clothes for your child if they are still toilet training

If your child is not toilet trained then please bring in extra nappies and wipes so that the nursery team can change them when needed

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nursery’s charity is Bolton Family Action (BAND), a family mental health charity.

 BAND has over 30 years’ experience of supporting people with a mental health condition. They work to improve the quality of the lives of the people they help. With co-production at the heart of all they do, they build close relationships with the people who come to BAND for help. As a result, they are able to develop services that are safe, responsive and appropriate to the people who use them. Their support recognises each person’s individual circumstance and they work in a way that builds on people’s strengths. They support people to find solutions to challenges.

This year nursery will be raising as much money as possible to help support BAND. This will be through enterprise week, cake sales and other fantastic fund raising opportunities. As a school, we have already raised a massive £248 through the school raffle that took place during our Christmas week.

 

 

 

 

The True Meaning of a Clarendon Christmas

The True Meaning of a Clarendon Christmas

Christmas is such a special time of year for everyone. Times are difficult for all our families at the moment and as a school we have prioritised what we consider to be the ‘True Meaning of Christmas’ – spending time with family and friends and giving thanks for these...

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The True Meaning of Christmas – Part 1

The True Meaning of Christmas – Part 1

Christmas is such a special time of year for everyone. Times are difficult for all our families at the moment and as a school we have prioritised what we consider to be the 'True Meaning of Christmas' - spending time with family and friends and giving thanks for these...

read more
The True Meaning of Christmas – Part 2

The True Meaning of Christmas – Part 2

Christmas is such a special time of year for everyone. Times are difficult for all our families at the moment and as a school we have prioritised what we consider to be the 'True Meaning of Christmas' - spending time with family and friends and giving thanks for these...

read more