Nursery interactive painting
nursery playing cars

Nursery Curriculum

At Peregrines Nursery we plan an exciting and challenging curriculum based on our observations of children’s needs, interests, and growth across the seven areas of learning and development, in line with the Early Years Foundation Stage

We provide opportunities for boys and girls to learn through first-hand experiences and discover, make choices, initiate, and think critically and creatively. Our ambitious and well-rounded curriculum strives to teach children new things but also to embed what they have learnt so that they enter Reception Class as confident, lifelong learners. 

We plan for a healthy balance between structured high-quality play and focused activities with learning intentions that help each individual child to develop. 

Throughout the year the pupils are involved in activities such as World Book Day, Poetry Day, visiting author workshops and educational visits. Visits in previous year have included a trip to Windsor Castle to hunt for dragons, a Listening Walk on our local common and a trip to Kew Gardens to learn about the Rainforest!  

The pupils’ educational progress is carefully monitored and shared with parents using the programme Tapestry to keep them fully informed about their child’s development and parents’ evenings are held twice a year. 

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Welcome to Falcons School for Girls

Provision Update

Following the introduction of national lockdown restrictions, our School site remains open to Nursery pupils and children of critical workers. Our Remote Education provision is being provided to pupils in Reception to Year 6.

Admissions to Falcons School for Girls

For admissions information or to arrange a virtual meeting with us, please click here or contact and we will get back to you shortly. Please note, we cannot currently offer private tours of the school.

Rated ‘Excellent’ by ISI in March 2020

“Pupils display exceptional attitudes towards learning”

“Pupils are highly proficient communicators for their age”

Click here to read the full ISI report