GLF Schools

GLF Schools

GLF Schools was founded in 2012 in order to enable the federation of Glyn School (an academy in 2011) and Danetree Junior School. Together, we began our journey to become a MAT of more than 1000 talented staff working with over 10,000 children in 40 schools across 5 regions in southern England.

Nursery

Welcome to Warren Mead Nursery

Warren Mead Early Years provision is committed to giving our children the best possible start to their school life to ensure that they become resilient, aspirational learners and considerate individuals who are proud of themselves every day.

The Nursery Team are;

Nursery Class

Nursery

Caterpillars Class

Caterpillar

Teacher; Miss K Stoate

Learning Assistant;

Miss L Corden
 

 

What does Warren Mead Nursery offer?

Warren Mead Nursery is a term time only Nursery for children aged 3 and 4. Children can start Nursery from the term after they turn three years old. The Nursery is situated within the Infant school grounds. Children have access to an attractive indoor and outdoor learning environment, which they can access independently through free flow play.

What do we want for our Nursery children at Warren Mead?

Our focus at Warren Mead is to get the children ‘school ready’ so they are fully prepared for the transition to starting school in Reception, whether that be at Warren Mead or another primary school. Nursery children are expected to wear the Warren Mead uniform and they follow a very similar structure of the school day that reception follow. Nursery eat lunch in the school hall with Reception and have timetabled teaching sessions each day.

Children are taught with a similar structure to Reception with teaching inputs throughout the day, followed up with children accessing the learning in the continuous provision. Children have one PE session a week with a PE specialist teacher during which children are encouraged to play games, dance and develop their physical skills. They also have a weekly music lesson with a Music specialist teacher where they focus on singing, listening and patterns. 

We have one PE session a fortnight during which children are encouraged to play games, dance and develop their physical skills.

What sessions do we offer:

We offer 30-hour places as follows:

  • 5 days funded by extended free early education (30 hrs funded)
  • 2.5 days a week funded by free early education (15 hrs funded) and 2.5 days a week funded by parent or carer
  • 5 days a week funded by parent or carer 

We offer 15-hour places as follows:

  • 2.5 days a week funded by free early education (15 hrs funded)
  • 2.5 days a week funded by parent or care
  • 2.5 days at the start of the week, Monday & Tuesday 8.45 am-3 pm and Wednesday morning at 8.45 am–11.15 am
  • 2.5 days at the end of the week, Wednesday afternoon 12.30-3 pm, Thursday & Friday 8.45 am – 3 pm

To check your eligibility for funding please use the following links from the Surrey County Council Family Information Service:

Top-up sessions are available and are outlined in Nursery Admissions policy.

Nursery Admission Policy

30 Hours funded childcare for working parents

Information is also available through the UK Government website

Child Care Choices

How do I apply?

If you would like to apply for a place, please click on the following links for the Nursery Policy and Nursery Application form.

Nursery Admission Policy