Little Acorns caters for children aged three and four. We admit a maximum of 40 children attending either five morning (8.30 – 11.30), five afternoon (12.15 – 3.15) sessions or five full days, starting the term after they turn three. Please contact the school office for an enquiry form to register your child and to be added to our waiting list.
To view Hill View's Nursery Admissions Policy please click here.
The Little Acorns children access an exciting and engaging curriculum which makes the most of both indoor and outdoor learning opportunities. They also access facilities offered within the main school and when possible are included in whole school activities.
Mrs Johnson teaches in the nursery alongside Miss Warner as teaching assistants. Miss Holly Hone leads the Early Years Team and can be contacted via the School Office.
The following documents will help to familiarise yourselves with the school's policy and procedures. Please contact the school office if you have any queries or would like to request paper copies. To access the documents click on the links below.
HV Admissions Policy
Parent/Carer Privacy Notice
Parent, Child, School Behaviour Contract
Code of Conduct for Parents
Authorised Adult Collection Procedure
HV Intimate Care Policy
Should you have any further queries please do not hesitate to call the main school office on 01295 251205 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Simple, fun activities for kids, from newborn to five:
Many little things light up hungry little minds. Kids take everything in, and even the smallest things you do with them can make a big difference. They love it when you chat, play and read with them, even when they’re too young to understand everything. Whatever the time and wherever you are, you can turn almost anything into a game. And every little thing you do together will help set them up nicely for the day they start school.
You’ll find some short videos and simple, fun activities that you and your child can do together by clicking here.
Some useful external weblinks:
Foundation Years for parents and carers
50 things to do before you're five