Home Learning

Parents are a child's first and most enduring educator.  The impact of a child's home environment and the way parents support their child's learning is really important.  
On this page we will share a few ideas for simple activities that you can do at home with your child to support their development.


September 2018

The most important thing that you can do is talk to your child. Try and have some time every day when you switch off the TV, put away any mobiles and tablets and have a few minutes playing with your child talking about what they are doing.  You could go for a walk and talk about the things you see out and about, you could cuddle up on the sofa and share a book together, you don't have to read it word for word just talk about the pictures.  Sing some nursery rhymes with your child, ask at school if you need some help with the words!These simple things make a big difference to your child's language development.

 

 

Our Vision:

Our Vision at Parkview is to encourage every individual to

  • walk their own path
  • build their own bridge
  • climb their own mountain

in order to fulfil their potential in life and learning

 

As a Local Authority Maintained Nursery School we offer:

  • 3 year old funded places (15 hours a week)
  • 3 year old funded places for working parents (up to 30 hours a week)
  • Flexible sessions which can be used over a full day if wished
  • Parents can pay for additional sessions if wished
  • Hot lunches
  • Resourced Provision for children with Special Educational Needs

 

We work closely with Stepping Stones Nursery next door who can provide wrap around and holiday provision for children attending Parkview Nursery.