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About: The school was originally built as an Infant School in 1921 in an area of 'back to back' terraced houses. The school was very much at the heart of the community - we have parents, grandparents and a Governor who came to the school and lived in 'the Marsh.'

As a result of bombing during the war, and demolition in the fifties and sixties, the housing has gone and light industry has replaced it.

The Infant School became St. Philip's Marsh Nursery School in 1951 and is now situated in an industrial and business area.

Families and children using the School come from Brislington, St. Annes, Broomhill, Totterdown, Knowle, Redfield, St. George and Whitchurch. Families represent all socioeconomic groups and the School community includes a diverse cultural mix. The School is committed to the inclusion of children with additional needs.

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Albert Crescent,
St Philip's Marsh,

Tel: 0117 977 6171

Location: Bristol, South West England, United Kingdom - England
Business Type: Nursery School
Products or Services: We offer a broad curriculum and a range of rich and exciting learning opportunities supported by qualified and experienced staff. We extend and challenge the children's developmental needs through active learning and practical 'hands on' experiences.

The children are encouraged to plan activities, make choices, organise resources, discuss and review what they have done.

There are opportunities throughout the day for children to talk, listen and be listened to.

We offer a specialist Language Support group for children who need a bit of extra help in developing their Language and Communication skills.

Staff teams plan regularly using the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum guidance as a framework. The following areas of learning are covered:

Personal, social, emotional development.
Communication, language, literacy.
Problem solving, reasoning and numeracy.
Physical development.
Creative development
Knowledge and understanding of the world.
You will be able to see plans for your children's experiences, the activities they will engage in, the resources they will use and how adults support them on display in the classrooms and the corridors. You may have some questions to ask or some ideas about how to support your children's learning.
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