Herons’ Moor Academy held its first nursery open day this week, which proved a great success. Several parents signed up on the day, leaving just limited spaces in their afternoon nursery for the January 2017 intake.
The event gave parents the chance to chat with the staff and see first-hand what the children get up to. The nursery is part of the school’s successful Foundation Stage, where children thrive on learning through play and develop key skills which will help them throughout their education.
Alongside the open day, Herons’ Moor Academy, which is part of the Inspirational Futures Trust, has started this term on a high, with every class being full – aptly reflecting their October value of positivity.
Julie Fox, head teacher, has praised the success of the day and is optimistic that the remaining spaces will be filled promptly.
She said: “It was excellent to give parents the opportunity to see for themselves the classrooms and meet the staff – even meeting our nursery guinea pigs.
“We understand the importance of early years education, and want parents to feel confident and happy about sending their children to Herons’ Moor.”
Any parents interested in enrolling their child should make an appointment with the Academy directly to have a tour of the facilities and to see the children learning.