Welcome to Healdswood Infant and Nursery School.
'Pupils in all year groups work hard and do their best.' Ofsted Report March 2018
Healdswood Infant and Nursery School is a place where all are welcome. Currently we have four infant classes, two foundation classes and a morning and afternoon nursery. We link closely with Skegby Junior Academy (click here to go to their website), a ten minute walk away, where all of our children go aged 7, at the end of Year 2. For our parents and carers who need extra childcare before and after school we are linked to PLA who can provide breakfast and after school provision, which also runs in the holidays as a holiday club. Click here to visit their website.
You are more than welcome to visit us to have a look around and meet our lovely staff and children.
If you cannot find what you need on the website, or wish to make an appointment please do not hesitate to telephone us on 01623 462449 and speak to our Office Manager, Mrs Drayton, or to myself the Head Teacher, Mrs Renshaw.
Paper copies of information on our website is available on request.
Believe to achieve!
Healdswood Infant and Nursery School is a nurturing and inclusive setting where all children, adults, parents and carers respect each other and grow together in order to reach their full potential. Our children love to learn and our adults provide an inspiring environment where all children learn through play. We aim high for academic success and model excellent behaviour to encourage the children to be the best they can be.
The Aims of our school
Promoting a love of learning
Encouraging children to be morally responsible and independent
Ensuring that there are equal opportunities for all pupils
Providing a rich stimulating and relevant curriculum
Helping children to live together in a safe community
Having good communication accessible for all
To ensure that all pupils reach their full potential.
To enable each child to develop a positive self-image and a sensitivity to the needs of others in school, the local community and the wider world.
To enable every child to access the curriculum regardless of age, aptitude, disability, gender, race, culture and religion.
To provide a friendly, caring and secure community where children can feel safe, valued, work and play in harmony with their friends.
To ensure that everything we do takes place in the context of lifelong learning and teachers’ expectations of the children are high.
To ensure that everyone feels welcome, valued and listened to.
This website is only one method we have of contacting you - we also use email, text, telephone and letters. It is important that you update us when you change your details, particularly your mobile phone number.
Please have a look around the website. If you have any comments and suggestions to improve it, we would love to hear them.
Thank you for visiting - please come back soon!