Kenilworth Nursery School has been recognised as an ‘outstanding school’ in five consecutive Ofsted inspections, the last one being in December 2021, and has been recognised nationally for its outstanding environment and work with children.
We gained Early Years Teaching Centre status in 2011 due to the high quality teaching as part of a national research project for the DfE, which was fulfilled by full national Teaching School designation in 2016.
At Kenilworth Nursery School we seek to inspire and nurture the foundations of lifelong learning through the use of highly qualified excellent practitioners and the provision of a high quality secure and stimulating environment, which facilitates a wide range of learning opportunities for children. We recognise and celebrate the uniqueness of every child and believe each has capabilities and skills and offer a broad and creative curriculum. We foster trusting relationships that support children’s confidence and self esteem. Through careful observation and skilled work beside the child we encourage children to extend their thinking and engagement in learning opportunities and co-construct learning with the child.
We value early childhood education and understand the lasting advantage this can provide for young children.
“Tell me and I forget, show me and I remember, involve me and I understand” Chinese Proverb
‘Celebrating the uniqueness of every child’
To inspire and nurture the foundations for lifelong learning and optimise the educational life chances for the children of Kenilworth and surrounding areas through:
- The provision of the highest quality integrated education and care of its children 0-5 years to underpin our philosophy that supports each child in developing lifelong learning skills through access to an enriched creative curriculum in a well planned environment that supports play based enquiry
- Access for teachers and early years professionals to high quality early years training based on educational principles and research via direct work in our school, and more widely through our Teaching School offer
The Early Years Teaching School (EYTS) runs alongside the Nursery School but may also operate specific extended services or training during school holiday periods. Such additional services will be detailed in our timetable section as they occur.
The school also runs some parent / child services for children from birth. For more information please click here
The School can be contacted Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm by calling 01926 853394 and speaking to our School Office Manager.
RACHEL GILLETT – Executive Headteacher and Designated Child Protection Lead and SENCo
CHRISTY – Assistant Headteacher and Designated Child Protection Person
LINDSEY – School Business Manager
EMILY – School Office Manager and contact for all parent/public enquiries
MICHELLE – Warwickshire Early Years Hub Coordinator
LIZZY – Music and Dance Lead Teacher
ELLEN – Nursery Teacher and Designated Child Protection Person
RACHEL – Senior Early Years Educator
JO – Senior Early Years Educator
JENNIFER – Senior Early Years Educator
CALLY – Nurture Nursery Leader
MICHELA – Nurture Nursery Leader and Lunch Club Assistant
CAROLINE – Nurture Nursery Leader and Lunch Club Assistant
JOANNE – Lunch Club Assistant and Nurture Nursery Support
VICKI – Lunch Club Assistant and Nurture Nursery Support
TESSA – Lunch Club Assistant and Nurture Nursery Support
JENNA – Lunch Club Assistant
SEEMAN – Lunch Club Assistant
SUE – Specialist Music Teacher
JAYNE – Caretaker and Cleaner