Our Classes

At Caverstede Nursery School, we have three classes. They each have a name; Butterflies, Buzzy Bees and Ladybirds.
Each classroom is purpose built, on one level and appropriate for the age of the children we teach.
Our classrooms are carefully planned to enable us to fully implement the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum. We continually review and update the environment to enable us to deliver the best possible education and care for the children in our school.
Each classroom is furnished in such a way as to ensure the children can learn independently being able to choose their own resources. They are decorated in a neutral way in order to create a calm learning environment.
Each Class is located directly from our extensive outdoor learning environment.
A qualified teacher leads each class, they are supported by a Classroom Deputy and a team of fully qualified Early Years Assistants, Centre Support Workers, Teaching Assistants and Lunch Club Assistants.
Summer 2020
Message from the classrooms
We would like to thank all the children and parents for sharing the year with us. We appreciate all your support, particularly through these uncertain times and for your engagement with various activities during your child’s time at Caverstede. Be it the Great Explorers groups, Caverstede in Bloom, visits to the Church, bringing in favourite stories for World Book Day, or more recently sharing the variety of activities you have been doing at home with your child via Tapestry.
We have all enjoyed seeing all the lovely things that have been happening at home, from practising drawing and writing skills, to playing in the garden, helping bake, or making rainbows to put in the windows. Many of you seem to have used the learning at home packs, and this has been great to see too. We’ve enjoyed your responses to the videos and observations put on Tapestry- especially those that have put their own videos on such as children reading stories, or making bird feeders/houses. We have missed those of you we haven’t seen since March.
We had seen the children grow and develop so much in the first half of the year, and wish we could have spent more with ALL of the children. We look forward to welcoming back those that are staying with us in September, and hearing about all the different things they have been doing at home. For those that are moving on to School we wish you good luck, and although we didn’t have the opportunity to spend this final term with many of the children we are sure that their transition will go well.
We hope you all have a good summer, stay safe and well.