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Rye Park Nursery School

Playing together, learning together, achieving together.

Walton Road, Hoddesdon
Hertfordshire EN11 0LN

01992 462820

admin@ryepark.herts.sch.uk

Rye Park Nursery School Centre

'Nurturing Every Child To Fulfil Their Potential'

Our Vision

'Nurturing Every Child To Fulfill Their Potential'

Our Values

Playing together, Learning Together, Achieving Together

We Aim:

  • To provide an environment which enables our children to make the transition from home to school with increasing confidence and develops the partnership between home and nursery.
  • To provide a safe, secure and happy environment where our children have the time and support to reach their full potential.
  • To encourage the development of the children's self confidence and self-esteem. Where all children is seen as an individuals with equal opportunities, and are supported by praise and encouragement.
  • To provide a wide range of active learning experiences through which our children are stimulated, intrigued and motivated to explore.
  • To strengthen the children's independent learning through perseverance and self motivation.
  • To promote and extend the children's communication skills; developing language, reasoning and listening.
  • To develop the children's gross and fine motor physical skills. Providing every opportunity for the children to strengthen, extend and gain control over their physical movements.
  • To be observant of any child's changing needs and to liaise with all the necessary support services to ensure the safety and sound development of each child.
  • To develop the children's moral and cultural awareness and an appreciation of the needs of others and their wider environment.
  • To encourage the children's creativity, aesthetic awareness and imitative play, through a variety of medium.
  • To evaluate children's progress, by observation and interaction.
  • Through monitoring, to actively support the child to the next stage of their learning and development.