School Holidays 20/21

Ashgrove Nursery School Closures 2020/21
*These dates should be used as a guide only and may be subject to future change*

First TermDate
Visiting Days (Individual times have been arranged as per email)21st, 24th & 25th August 2020
Term Begins1st September (days and times to be confirmed)
Staff Training 1Wednesday 28th October 2020
Half Term Holiday29th October - 3rd November 2020
Staff Training 24th November 2020
Christmas Holiday21st December 2020 - 1st January 2021
Second TermDate
Staff Training 34th January 2021 (School closed to pupils)
Children Start Back5th January 2021
Staff Training 415th February 2021 (School closed to pupils)
Half Term Holiday16th - 19th February 2021 (inclusive)
Easter Holiday1st April - 13th April 2021 (inclusive)
Third TermDate
Children Start Back14th April 2021
May Day Bank Holiday3rd May 2021
Staff Training 528th May 2021 (School closed to pupils)
Spring Bank Holiday31st May 2021
Last Day of Term30th June 2021

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Exploring Our World

So much to do… and so little time to do it!!! We encourage the children to develop all of their senses, because the more they use them, the more they can learn!

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Friends Like These

Making friends and building relationships with others is fundamental to all that we provide in our Nursery School.

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Maths Is Everywhere!

Sorting and matching, counting and measuring – opportunities are there for it all ~ and more!

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Out & About!

Say hello to runner beans not couch potatoes!

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Sing, Make & Play

In our Nursery we really encourage the children to express their own thoughts, ideas and feelings in a range of ways.

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Time For A Chat!

We truly love our children to chat! Those ‘But why?’ questions which can drive parents mad ~ fill us with delight!

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‘If a child can’t learn the way we teach, maybe we should teach the way they learn’ Ignacio Estrada.

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