The link between Nursery and home is essential in ensuring every child in our learning community reaches their potential. We greatly value the role of you as family and look forward to working in partnership with you.

As a nursery, we continually use a range of reporting activities, to ensure you have the information you need to support your child’s learning. Sharing information regularly about your child’s strengths and development needs, observed in nursery, is an important part of this process. Our practitioners may share these with you verbally at pick up time or through your child’s online learning journal, providing you with purposeful feedback when it is meaningful. Whether feeding back verbally or through your child’s learning journal, where appropriate, we will always aim to provide you with suggestions as to what you could do to support your child’s progress.

We would urge you to discuss and share the learning entries and achievements you receive with your child, and we would be delighted if you would like to share your views on your child’s progress by adding comments to learning journal entries.

Our other reporting activities, shared with all, aim to provide our families with further ideas on how to support your child’s learning at home:


Twitter @law_nursery

Our Twitter account is updated regularly. It will give you an insight into our learning focuses in Nursery and the current interests of the children. We will also use this as a platform to share events with families and ideas on how to support learning at home.


Home Learning Wall

We would encourage you to make use of our home learning wall, situated at the top of the cloakroom, for ideas on how to support your child’s learning at home.


Workshops for Parents

Throughout the year there will be workshop opportunities on offer to you as a parent, both internally and externally. We will share these with you via email.


Is there a specific area of your child’s learning you would like support with? Please let us know and we will do what we can to help.

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