Welcome to Filton Avenue Nursery School and Children’s Centre
This is an aspirational place built on love, courage and respect. Together we are the heart of the community. Please come and take a look and see what a great place this is
We recognize the power in working together throughout your child’s formative years and are happy to hear any suggestions, feedback and comments that look to build on this great Nursery School and Children’s Centre.
Acorns room provides high quality early learning and care for children from 2 to 3 years. This provision is to support working parents or those returning to education or training. We also have free places for eligible children. These free places are allocated through a city wide referral system.
Beech and Willow
We provide two classrooms (Willow and Beech) for 3-4 year old pre-school children providing high quality learning and care.
Each child has an entitlement to 15 hours a week. We also provide paid wrap-a-round sessions for working parents.
We’ll be featuring art created by our talented children each month. Check back soon for the first one!
News from Filton Avenue Nursery and Children’s Centre
It's Half-Term week! We are open for Stay and Play on Wednesday 10:00am - 11:30am, and for Baby Club on Thursday, 10:30am - 11:45am. The Family Support office will be open Tuesday to Thursday. For all our Term Dates, click here. For groups and activities running over...
In Acorns, we have been very busy learning to handle tools with increasing control and having a lot of fun in the process! All this work, handling and controlling tools, will help us with our writing skills later on!
To celebrate Chinese New Year, the children in our Beech Room helped decorate the head of a Chinese Dragon. Each group then performed the dragon’s dance at circle.
We are very lucky to have Jo Ingleby visit our nursery each week to help us learn about and explore food. On each of her visits, she brings in fresh produce for the children to learn more about and taste. In the spring we plan to sow and plant salad and vegetables in...
In Willow Room, we have been exploring new construction resources. We've been making walkways, robots and houses. Some of the children are beginning to construct with a purpose in mind, selecting and using appropriate resources and techniques.
Bristol City Council is working with partners across the Bristol area, working together with parents and carers to improve services and provision for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). They want as many parents, carers...