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Nutkins Nursery is open from 8.15 to 5.30pm

Bumps, Babies & Tots sale. 13th May 10am to 1pm.  Click here for more information

We are proud to have Mrs Griffiths join us as our Foundation Stage Manager and Key Stage One Co-ordinator

Read the summary of the Early Years Foundation Stage Oustanding ISI inspection report.

For news and details of the week ahead, please read our latest Newsletter.

For details of what's happening over the coming weeks, please see the Term Calendar.

Five reasons to choose Nutkins Nursery

  • Specialist Teachers-EYFS,PE,Singing,French
  • Outstanding inspection
  • Unique setting-located adjacent to a working farm
  • We have our own forest area which is used to promote exploration and discovery
  • Recognition of loyalty to Hunter Hall School-funding may be available to help with school fees

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Small enough to care.... Big enough to achieve

Nutkins Nursery has been attached to Hunter Hall School for the last 19 years but it has seen many changes since its inauguration. It is truly in a wonderful setting, adjacent to a working farm where the children can be at one with nature, yet with all the modern facilities a state of the art nursery should have today.

It is a place where the outside blends perfectly with the inside, children exploring and interacting with their environment allowing learning to be fun, active and meaningful to them.

With an excellent staff to child ratio, an all-weather outdoor facility for the children to let off steam, out of term time care and flexible session arrangements our nursery should definitely be on your radar to come and visit.

We look forward to meeting you soon.

Recent News

News this week - 31st March

This week the nursery children have spent a lot of time exploring Easter. We have used the computer to learn about Jesus and how Christians all over the world celebrate this very special occasion.
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News this week - 24th March

We have had a busy week in the nursery celebrating Science Week with the rest of the school
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News this week - 17th March

This week the nursery children have been busy exploring the story of the Ugly Duckling.
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Thank you to Alison and Stewart from Sainsburys who came to plant some sweet peas with Reception and Year 1 today.