Our Vision Statements
Being a Voice for Children, Giving Children their Voice.
Building Foundations for Learning Together.
Every Child as a Unique Child.
The Nursery School provides nursery education to around 150 children aged 3 and 4 years old and to approximately 60 two year olds. There are also some additional places for children with special educational needs and disabilities. The school is different to other early years settings in that it has a high number of qualified and experienced early years teachers & early years practitioners, high priority is given to continuing professional development.Read more
St. Werburgh’s specialises in providing education for children aged 2-5 years. Inspired by the Nursery Pioneer Margaret McMillan, Bristol City Council built St. Werburgh’s in 1931 as an open-air Nursery School. In September 2003 the nursery amalgamated with a Family Unit with a new extension finally completed in May 2005.…
Welcome to St. Werburgh’s Park Nursery School. You will find us on Glenfrome Road next to St. Werburgh’s Primary School. We are proud of our history having been a Nursery School funded by Bristol City Council since 1931. We have a long history of teaching young children and are proud…
At St. Werburgh’s we give equal status to children’s learning taking place indoors or outdoors and all areas of the Foundation Stage Curriculum may be accessed through play in the nursery garden. There will be apparatus for design, building and construction, active, physical work, imaginative play, scientific discovery, language and…
March 8, 2017We will be offering a number of 30hr places here from September 2017 to children from eligible households. Eligibility ... (read more)
September 11, 2015When dropping off and picking up your children, please remember to park safely and legally. In addition to the safety ... (read more)
March 24, 2017The government has announced that its Tax Free Childcare Scheme will be rolled out gradually from 28th April. Details of ... (read more)
March 23, 2017We have an Early Years Support Worker post available here at Nursey. Please click here for more information and how to ... (read more)
March 17, 2017Junction 3 Library are starting a new monthly Family Film Club. The first screening is on Saturday April 8th, 11:00am - ... (read more)
March 17, 2017Nine out of ten Bristol primary schools will be in ‘serious’ financial trouble by 2020 Head teachers are warning that ... (read more)
March 17, 2017Thank you for everyone who bought or donated cakes for our Cake Sale this week. We raised £105.05p! [gallery ... (read more)
- Learning Diary Open Week on 27 Mar 2017
- Talk and Explore drop in session at Stay and Play on 30 Mar 2017
- Last day of term. School closes at 11:45am. There is no afternoon session. on 07 Apr 2017
- Inset Day on 24 Apr 2017
- Term 5 begins on 25 Apr 2017
- Speech and Language Therapists drop in session at Stay and Play on 27 Apr 2017