Blossom-Nursery 2021 - 2022

Miss Goldup


Welcome to Blossom Class!


Hello, my name is Miss Goldup and I am the class teacher in Nursery. Mrs Redman is our amazing teaching assistant and together we make a team of two!

We aim to provide your child with positive learning experiences, where they can develop in a safe and stimulating learning environment. In Nursery, we strive for children enjoy playing, learning and having fun!


We offer morning sessions that start at 8.35am and finish at 11.35am. We hope to start promptly, as every second of learning counts!

For drop off and pick up please use the front of the school. Walk across the car park, down the side of the school, towards the field and round to the Nursery gate.

In Nursery every learning opportunity counts! This means, the weather does not stop us. Please be mindful of this and ensure children are sent in weather appropriate clothing.

Can we please also ask for £1.20 snack money a week to help towards the cost of buying different food for your child to try during snack time? This can be paid weekly or if you prefer termly. Thank you!

Every Wednesday your child will be sent home a book, you will have this for a week. We ask you return this book every Wednesday in order to get a new book! We aim for children to love reading!


If you have any questions, queries or problems please do not hesitate to ask a member of staff and if it cannot be answered or solved on the spot, I will be happy to try to see you before or after the morning session. You can also use Class Dojo and I will aim to reply to any messages promptly.


To see all of the exciting things that we get up to in Nursery, follow our school on twitter



Thank you

  Miss Goldup


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Nursery Graduation, by Mrs Evington

Leavers Special Lunch, by Mrs Evington