Harvington C of E First and Nursery School

‘Together we love, learn and grow’


Welcome to Nursery!




Nursery Manager: Anita Wood.

Deputy Manager: Emma Suffield.

Key Workers: Anita Wood, Emma Suffield,

Mrs Emma Heaton, Mrs Amy Stone.


Governor Link: Annette France



Nursery Welcome Letters and Other Information

Preparing your child to start school

For support in any of these areas, please click on the link below:

Our theme for Summer 2 is:

Around the world

Click on the images to enjoy the stories.





Click on the images to enjoy some rhymes and songs.




Click on the image and join Captain Barnacles and crew on their animated underwater adventures. Play games, watch clips, and find craft ideas for you to enjoy.


Click on the image and create your very own Swashbuckler,

explore your island and play lots of mini games. 





Don't forget to check out the online games and activities on

Purple Mash. 





We start our Collective Worship session by singing......

click on the image to join in.

At the end of our Worship time the children enjoy............ When I Look Up!

How to wash your hands NHS song | NHS

A child friendly song explaining how to wash your hands.

Click on the link below 

Phonics at Franche: Phase 1: Silly Soup

Mrs Holloway is making silly soup. Can you help her to add in pairs of objects that rhyme?

Phonics Song 2 (new version)

It's a phonics song with a picture for each letter. This is designed to help children learn the sounds of the letters in the English alphabet.

How to learn the letters and sounds of the Alphabet


Harvington first and nursery school, sponsor a child called Agnita to attend Bishop Chitemo Primary School in Morogoro, Tanzania. 

We consider ourselves partners in your child's learning.

At Harvington C.E. First school we have an open door policy which means we are always ready to help and discuss anything concerning your child's welfare and education.

Key Information






Forest School

Cooking will now be on alternate weeks to enable longer sessions so that we can develop the children's practical skills.       




PE ~ Sports challenge 


Learning outside the classroom

Socks no tights for PE, please.