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On our homepage you can type in your postcode which will bring up nurseries in your area.
Yes. All nursery schools registered with Ofsted are inspected every three years although outstanding ones may be up to five years. This also applies to pre-schools and childminders. Inspectors look at paperwork-planning and record keeping- as well as what happens in the classroom.
Jewish nurseries provide many similar activities to other nurseries with the added provision of learning about Jewish traditions. For example, they hold Shabbat parties each Friday, celebrate Jewish festivals with related art work and perhaps special food. The Home Corner might contain items such as candlesticks or a charity box. Jewish values such as hospitality and caring for the environment may be emphasised.
All Jewish nurseries provide morning care and many extend their days to early afternoon. There are a few pre-school nurseries that provide whole day care and you can find these on our Nursery homepage.
Jewish studies are taught through song, stories and arts and crafts. This gives the children an introduction to Jewish life in a lively and engaging way.
You will need a CRP form to apply for some Jewish nursery schools, but not to apply for a Jewish pre-school nursery.
Yes, there are a variety of nursery schools available and you should visit them to select which suits your child.