St Anne Line Catholic Nursery

St Anne Line Catholic Nursery
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The quality of education Outstanding
Behaviour and attitudes Outstanding
Personal development Outstanding
Leadership and management Outstanding
Overall effectiveness at previous inspection Good
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Activities: Staff provide children with exceptional outdoor experiences
Skills , Knowledge and Behavior: Staff employ extremely effective methods to enhance children's learning. Staff's plans to promote children's learning are highly effective
Communication: Staff invite parents into the nursery regularly to discuss their children's learning and participate in planning their next goals
Community Building: They offer sensitive support to parents to encourage them to capture their children's special achievements at home
Programs and Resources: Staff build exceptionally strong links with other professionals involved in children's care and development. They are swift to make referrals if they find that children are delayed in their learning
Welcoming and Professional Staff: Staff understand children's emotional needs exceptionally well. They expertly nurture the children and enable them to make firm attachments very quickly
Safeguarding Training: All staff receive training in safeguarding every year to ensure their knowledge is current
Play and Learning Integration: Children lead their own play and staff extend their learning
Transition to Primary School: Staff have extremely high expectations for children and strive to ensure that they provide the best possible opportunities for children to thrive and achieve to their fullest potential
Child Safety Management: Staff regularly check for any hazards in the play environment to ensure that children stay safe
Teaching Personal Safety: Staff expertly encourage children to make healthy eating choices and teach them about the importance of a healthy diet and physical exercise
Happiness and Settling: Excellent settling procedures, such as home visits and pre-induction activities in the nursery, help children to become familiar with staff and the play environment. These highly successful strategies help children to feel safe and secure
Nutritional Menu: Staff expertly encourage children to make healthy eating choices and teach them about the importance of a healthy diet and physical exercise
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St Anne Line Catholic Nursery is a Nursery, Nursery located in Essex, East of England.

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At St Anne Line Catholic Infant School we believe that a strong foundation in reading, writing, mathematics, and other core subjects is a vital part of school life, but we consider that the spiritual, moral, social and cultural understanding is fundamental to the development of our children, central to their growth and at the heart of what we would say education is about.
Our school values interlink with the fundamental British values of: Democracy, Rule of Law, Individual Liberty, Mutual Respect and Tolerance; our pupils are prepared for life as citizens of the United Kingdom.
Each school within the Brentwood Diocese nominates a pupil to be their Citizen of the Year.
Democratic values are an intrinsic part of St. Anne Line Catholic Infant Schools ethos.
The school helps pupils to develop their understanding of individual liberty, self-knowledge, confidence and self-esteem through our Catholic ethos particularly in our expectations of how we treat each other.
Our families at St Anne Line Catholic Infant School often choose a Catholic education for their child as they wish them to have a deeper understanding of the Catholic faith.
Religious education is central to the ethos of our school.
We believe that childrens educational experiences should support their progress as moral people and citizens in addition to their academic progress.
We offer a wide range of experiences and activities, which combined with our general school policies promote each childs personal development of the core values needed to be a successful, productive and valuable member of our society.
We think of other people in our community and work hard to raise money and collect funds, food or resources for those in need.
Our annual Harvest Festival food collection is donated to our local Food Bank.
Our Golden Rules have been developed to ensure the messages about the Rule of Law is consistently delivered to the children.
Good behaviour, attitudes and achievements are celebrated in a special assembly every Friday.
ability to recognise the difference between right and wrong and ability to apply this understanding in their own lives, recognise legal boundaries and, in so doing, respect the civil and criminal law of England.
interest in investigating and offering reasoned views about moral and ethical issues and ability to understand and appreciate the viewpoints of others on these issues.
Children at St Anne Line Catholic Infant school are supported in their social development through playground activities, forest school provision, PSHE lessons and our Learning Mentor.
use of a range of social skills in different contexts, for example working and socialising with other pupils, including those from different religious, ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds.
willingness to participate in a variety of communities and social settings, including by volunteering, cooperating well with others and being able to resolve conflicts effectively.
acceptance of and engagement with the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs; they develop and demonstrate skills and attitudes that will allow them to participate fully in and contribute positively to life in modern Britain.
Through our curriculum and spiritual life of the school pupils are made aware of our culturally diverse society.
The school community is rich in its diversity and other religions are studied within Religious Education.
As part of our core values regardless of ability, faith, heritage or race, pupils often take the initiative in fundraising for international charities.
We celebrate the diversity of our school community through planning "international day" when we encourage all our families to come together to share their food and traditions for the day.
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Holidays & terms

Holidays 2023/24

Holidays Date
Autumn Half Term Holidays 23rd Oct 2023 - 27th Oct 2023
Winter Holidays 21st Dec 2023 - 3rd Jan 2024
Spring Half Term Holidays 19th Feb 2024 - 23rd Feb 2024
Spring Holidays 29th Mar 2024 - 12th Apr 2024
Summer Half Term Holidays 27th May 2024 - 31st May 2024
Summer Holidays 24th Jul 2024 - 30th Aug 2024

Terms Dates 2023/24

Terms Dates
Autumn Term 4th Sep 2023 - 22nd Oct 2023
Autumn Term-2 28th Oct 2023 - 20th Dec 2023
Spring Term 4th Jan 2024 - 18th Feb 2024
Spring Term-2 24th Feb 2024 - 28th Mar 2024
Summer Term 13th Apr 2024 - 26th May 2024
Summer Term-2 1st Jun 2024 - 23rd Jul 2024
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