School Name

Nightingale Infant and Nursery School



Welcome to Nightingale Infant and Nursery. Together we aim to foster our core values of: Respect, Responsibility, Resilience, Curiosity, Aspiration and Belief. We believe these are things we can all identify with, regardless of our faith or backgrounds.

Our vision is that every child in our school reaches their full potential and that they leave Nightingale Infant and Nursery School with skills for life. We aim to embed a love of learning and a strong sense of self-worth into our children, and hope that this will support them on their journey as they develop into young adults, positively contributing to society and possessing self-belief and integrity.

We are committed to working in partnership with families and the local community to make every child's time with us a positive one. Through this joint commitment, we can nurture and support all within our care and show our children that by striving to be the best we can be, wonderful things can happen.

I hope you will find our website useful in giving you an overview of our school, as well as providing you with any practical information you may require. Please do not hesitate to contact the school should you require any further information, or wish to arrange a visit.


Visit our blog to see what's happening on our campus. Here are a few of the latest highlights:

  • Summer 3
    Dear Parents and Carers, Thank you to those parents who attended the Public Forum hosted by our Governing Board this week and shared their views on the Governors plans to address the issues highlighted in the Ofsted report. Samantha Dangerfield has asked me to let you know she will make notes ... 
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  • Summer 1
    Dear Parents and Carers, Welcome back to school, I hope you have all had a lovely Easter break, despite the spring sunshine appearing a little too infrequently! A very warm welcome also to the families of all the new children who have joined our nursery this term, they all seem to be settling in... 
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  • Newsletter 23rd March
    Dear Parents and Carers, Well that was a very busy final full week of the spring term, only 3 days next week and we can all look forward to a restful Easter break with our families. Spring is a time for new beginnings and the children have tried many new challenges this term connected with one of ... 
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