Twickenham Road, Birmingham, West Midlands, B44 0NR

0121 6756840

Welcome to Nursery!


The Nursery team are:

Mrs. Stroud

Miss Poston

Mrs. Greenfield

Miss Doody 


Every child matters at Twickenham School. Every child’s experience in our newly developed nursery setting will be a valuable one. We aim to inspire a love of learning and an interest in the world that will provide the foundation children need to make the most of their abilities and talents as they grow up.


At Twickenham, we provide a nurturing environment for happy children, where everyone feels safe, respected and cared for. Our key principles are to provide an exciting and enabling environment, to support the development of each individual personality, to cherish friendships and to cultivate creativity and initiative through play and active learning.


Our inspiring and engaging outdoor areas offer a wide range of activity and exploration: from the green and breezy “Dragon Garden”, full of tall trees and tall tales, to the new £5000 playground with its collaborative play areas, to the specially developed allotment and greenhouse area.


The inside areas are just as stimulating. Our welcoming and spacious nursery rooms are the focus for child led learning through play activities. These sessions are balanced with focused small group work that develops key speaking and listening, and number skills needed to succeed in school and beyond.


Like all registered early years providers, we work to the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) statutory framework. This sets standards to ensure children learn and develop well and are kept healthy and safe. It promotes teaching and learning to ensure children are ready for school and gives children the broad range of knowledge and skills that provide the right foundation for good future progress through school and life.


Parents, teachers and children work in partnership with the rest of the school and within the values and principles that set Twickenham School apart from others. We believe every child has an open future and that by encouraging independence and initiative and building self-esteem, our children will become successful citizens of the future.


How to help your child succeed


The children’s name must be sewn into all items of school uniform and clearly marked on any other items you bring into school.

  • At home

    Value the written word.
  • Share books together at home sat on the sofa, or at bedtime.
  • Visit the local library.
    When there are birthday cards to write at home, ask the children to write their own name
  • On shopping day your child could help write the list or draw pictures of the items you need to get at the supermarket.
    Draw the things you see together when you are out and about, and bring the pictures in to share with their friends at school.
  • Show your child what you write and for what purpose, so that they understand why writing is important.

Out and about
We shall be venturing out on various trips during this term, all designed to show our children some of the special places within walking distance of our school. It is important that we have lots of helpers on these trips, so please come along and share these experiences with your children.


Talk with us

Parents can speak to teachers, first thing in the morning or after school.

You can ask what to do to help your child, you can ask to know what he/she has been learning and you can ask to find out what level your child is working at.

If you have any concerns we will always listen and work hard in partnership with you to resolve them.

We will need to know of any change of circumstance that may affect your child’s happiness, learning or behaviour, so that we can support them with greater understanding and awareness.


Our Daily Routine 

In the morning

 Key workers will welcome the children and share time with them. Once all children have arrived and are settled, they are able to explore the activities that are on offer to them each day.

After some exploring time, Family time will begin, where children will have the opportunity to share news with their key worker and find out what lovely things will be happening during the day.
The children then begin child led learning time. They are able to select an activity they would like to do and follow their own ideas. Perhaps they could investigate bugs in the garden, create music at the music table, create a pattern, construct a building, pretend in the home corner, scoot around on bikes or enjoy the calm and quiet of the reading corner.

At lunch time we all make our way into the dining room. It is good to try new foods, so we encourage the children to try to taste everything at least once. We encourage good table manners, so you may like to help your children to practise holding a knife and fork ready to cut up their lunches. If they find this tricky, they can ask for help and a teacher will be happy to help them.

The afternoon begins after playtime with a quiet gathering on the carpet for register and a short and snappy Big Maths session, full of rhymes and actions, colourful props and ideas to stretch their understanding of number.

This is followed by one of our core activities.


Every day will end with a return to the family groups and a story. We will give a short explanation about what will be happening the next day. The children will collect their things and come out to you one at a time when the teacher calls them.


Nursery assembly 2018



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