Life at Ludwick Nursery

Nursery in the 1950sPurpose built in 1986, Ludwick Nursery School has an exceptionally rich learning environment. Our beautiful large garden offers children interesting places to explore and play.

An extension was completed during 2004 and this is where our daycare partners Squirrels are based along with our shared staff room, kitchen and Oak Room.

In November 2007 an additional extension was completed to help us deliver the children’s centre services.

The entrance hall to the nursery school uses our Oak Tree design. It is safe, welcoming and child centred. The children love to count the leaves on the floor and admire our sky high rainbow.

We have two large well-resourced nursery classrooms, with good facilities for children and staff. The nursery is divided into workshop areas.

The Sunshine Room

In the Sunshine Room we have:

  1. Role Play Room
  2. Creative Area
  3. Maths Area
  4. Interactive whiteboard
  5. Computers
  6. Sand trays
  7. Music area
The Rainbow Room

In the Rainbow Room we have:

  1. Small World Area
  2. Literacy Room
  3. Mark making table
  4. Water play
  5. Woodwork
  6. Malleable area