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  • Kay Rowe Nursery School April 15 2024
    We are open for the summer term, please have a look at our recent Ofsted report and come for a tour of the nursery on Tuesdays. All children's centres activities are on the Children's Centre page.

Headteacher’s Welcome

At Kay Rowe we believe that children are naturally curious about the world around them and it is our job to make them feel safe, happy and relaxed at nursery so they are able to explore, play and learn from all the exciting learning opportunities we can offer. Our nursery is an inclusive setting where all children can follow their interests supported by interested and qualified staff. Staff at kay Rowe want children to feel really excited about learning and they know that the way they listen and interact with children will help them progress.

We are passionate about outdoor learning, we have a wonderful garden which is open all year round and is where much of the children’s play takes place. We have an established Forest school programme, Forest school takes part in our garden and in local woods.

I am so proud of our whole diverse school community, parents, children, staff and carers. Everyone has an important role to play in the life of the children at our nursery and by working together we will all improve children’s opportunities.

Inspection report

Our latest Ofsted report is now out – we are very pleased to still be outstanding! Please click on the link to view.

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⚠️ Special Schools and Maintained Nursery School cuts now published.

This general election is critical to the future of our education system and our children’s future. ⁦@NAHTnews⁩

There are too many children locked out of early education and childcare because of closures in their area, because they have SEND or because their parents don't meet the criteria for government support.

The next government must address this. #RescueAndReform

NEW VIDEO 🎥👇

Our Director, Dr. Jack Shonkoff, wrote a guest essay for @Earlychildhood on the critical importance of investing in early childhood development: https://bit.ly/3VpPAwG

Dr. Shonkoff's essay accompanies a new report from @Earlychildhood: https://bit.ly/3X2dYpk

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The answer may just be: Because they can.

As newborns, babies rely heavily on a limited vocal repertoire of cries, coos, and gurgles.

But as they begin approaching six months, they begin to experiment with a whole new array of sounds.

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