New school uniform for nursery launches

Great Barford Lower celebrate the launch of their new nursery uniform
Great Barford Lower celebrate the launch of their new nursery uniform
  • Great Barford Lower School’s nursery now wear the same school uniform as the rest of the school
  • The idea is to make the nursery integrated with the main school
  • Bedford Mayor Dave Hodgson visited the school to see the new uniform and show his support

Great Barford Lower School celebrated the launch of their new nursery uniform with a visit from Bedford Mayor, Dave Hodgson and Councillor Stephen Moon.

The nursery has been part of the school since it was approached to take over from Sunshine pre-school in April 2013.

The Headteacher, Sarah Evans, along with Lesley Fuller, the Nursery teacher and Sarah Morton the Early Years and Foundation Stage lead are keen to celebrate the successful integration of the nursery into Great Barford Lower School.

Mrs Evans, who has been the headteacher since September last year, said: “We believe in the importance of offering our youngest children the highest quality of learning experiences. Our nursery has enabled us to do this.

“We are passionate about giving children the best education possible and our aspiration is to move the nursery into the main school eventually and achieve full integration.

“We believe with this integration standards will continue to rise.”

The nursery moving would mean more classrooms being built.

The nursery takes children from 2 years and 9 months on a termly basis providing an exciting environment and curriculum allowing the children to learn.

The school which consists of 192 children welcomes visitors and appointments can be made at the school office.

For more information visit www.greatbarford.beds.sch.uk