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Welcome to St Dominic’s School Nursery.


Places available following your child’s 3rd birthday.


30 hours government funding available.


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heartEYFS celebrate Children's Mental Health Weekheart

My mind is important, and so is yours! So is everybody's actually. We have spent the afternoon looking at how to take care of our minds through yoga and exercise. We've decorated our own positivity pants as a little reminder to always look on the bright side and have explored different strategies to look out for each other. 

Remember, your voice matters.



Everyone Needs a Hero

This term nursery have been learning what it takes to be a hero, how we are all heroes in our own way, and who some of our local heroes are! We have linked our Catholic Social Teaching values of Solidarity and The Common Good by thinking more deeply about how we belong to each other how nobody should be excluded from the gifts of creation.


We have had special visits from a GB athlete, a local nurse and Pete the Postman- all heroic figures in our community. 


This term our vehicle has been all about ' A Cracking Good Read' . We have enjoyed a selection of books from different genres. 

After reading and exploring all these books we decided to create our very own nursery book for the children to enjoy. 

Amerton Farm Trip

As part of our Vehicle ' A Cracking Good Read' we visited Amerton farm. The children continued their learning of the life cycle of a chicken by seeing where the chickens lived and learning about how to look after them.

Mothers Day Celebration

We celebrated the special female figures in our lives by inviting them into nursery to. We enjoyed decorating biscuits and singing our special songs.

Chinese New Year

Peak Wildlife Park

The nursery class has a great day at the Wildlife Park. As part of our vehicle journey of ‘What’s in the Egg’ as we walked around the park we discussed if the animals we saw came from an egg. We got within touching distance of the penguins and were even able to feed the Wallaby’s

World Book Day Fun

We read the story Centipedes 100 legs . We wore crazy socks and tights along with odd shoes.  

Celebrating Shrove Tuesday

Here are some pictures of our environment. It has been wonderful seeing the children explore the different areas and activities.