Bellefield CofE Primary & Nursery School


Our fantastic nursery offers the perfect environment to make children’s first experiences of school happy, safe and above all, fun!

We are an experienced and enthusiastic Early Years team led by the class teacher, Miss Lillywhite.   

We are very proud of our environment and are very lucky to have such a wonderful building as well as an amazing outdoor area. We have developed our wild garden which now includes a natural and environmentally friendly wild area as well as a willow dome and a digging area. There are also lots of opportunities for the children to run, climb, balance and jump! 


Our Wild Area

Our Wild Area is always changing and gives the children the opportunity to explore and experience nature throughout the seasons.


Provision includes 15 hour and 30 places for children from the term following their third birthday.

To read about the Grand Opening of our fantastic new building, click HERE.

Information booklets are available for parents / carers:

Nursery Information Booklet (for prospective families) 

Nursery Information Booklet

Starting Nursery for children about to start at Nursery

The perfect Early Years environment

The Nursery children follow ‘The Early Years Foundation Stage’ curriculum in order to prepare them for their Reception year. By the time you are applying for a school place, your child will already be well-used to the school environment and daily routines. We know from talking to parents that this makes starting school a much simpler process.


Our Nursery Beliefs and Core Offer: 

nursery offer.pdf


 How to apply for a place

You can find a link to the Nursery admissions form below or if you would like to look around please contact Miss B Lillywhite on 01225 753530 or email:

Please note that children who attend our nursery are not automatically guaranteed a place at the main school, normal admissions arrangements apply for primary school reception places.

To express your interest in a place please complete the following form.

Registration and Interest Form

Please note that this is an online form, if you require a paper copy, please contact the Nursery.

Nursery Admission Forms - Academic Year 24-25

When your child starts at Bellefield Nursery there are a number of forms that we require you to complete, copies of these can be found below. If you are unable to print these forms, we will of course be able provide paper copies, please make your request through the school office.

Admission Form

To be completed with all your personal details, which enables us to enter your child onto our computer systems.

Consent to Use of Data Form

This form explains how and why we may use your data in conjunction with our privacy notice. Please see our Policies page for copies of our privacy notices. The form must be completed by all children starting at Bellefield Nursery. 


Home /Nursery relationship

As with the school, our success is built on the relationships that are made between adults and children and between home and school. Developing positive partnerships with you as parents builds trust and is critical to ensuring that your child grows in confidence and self-esteem ready to start school.

As part of this relationship building we have created a ‘parent-friendly’ environment where home and nursery activities are logged and regularly shared in an individual ‘Learning Journey' book.


We use a system called Class Dojo which is also compliant with UK GDPR regulations. You will have secure access (via email and password). Each week, we will post an overview of the week with pictures and information so that you can talk to your child about the activities they have enjoyed at Nursery. 

Find out more

If you would like more information about Bellefield Nursery you can download our brochure here  or please contact Miss B Lillywhite on 01225 753530 or email: to discuss your requirements further or to book an appointment to look around.

We look forward to welcoming you!

Our Wonderful Nursery

Have a look at some of the pictures of our children in action. We aim to foster curiosity, creativity and a sense of belonging.