Wolfson College Oxford Nursery
The Wolfson College Day Nursery is based within the College grounds in North Oxford. It aims to provide a safe and stimulating educational environment in which children can develop their knowledge and skills at their own pace. We aspire to produce happy, well-adjusted and confident children by working in close partnership with parents.
The Nursery believes in creating a ‘home away from home’ for children and families. We believe that by providing children with an environment where they feel safe, secure and supported they will be confident enough to explore the world around them and learn naturally through this exploration. We acknowledge the critical importance of children, parents and staff as partners in a learning community that promotes the wellbeing, education and development of all children. We encourage family and parent participation and believe this is a key part of running a successful childcare program. Play is an important part of a child’s development. Through play children learn about the world around them and it is, therefore, important to understand how valuable toys and play are in the development of the child.
By adopting the key-person system, we ensure consistency of care for the child and a two-way partnership between parents and carer to establish close links between home and nursery.
Oxfordshire provides a choice of daycare nurseries, but few can offer an environment nestled between Summertown and the city centre, in the heart of a peaceful College environment.
The Nursery prides itself on being self-reflective and working alongside educators and parents to create a ‘Continuous Improvement Plan’ (link below). This plan is reviewed quarterly and updated where applicable. It allows the nursery practices to stay relevant and developing to coincide with industry developments and any regulation or legislation changes.
The day nursery provides:
- a relaxed, safe and stimulating atmosphere;
- an encouraging, consistent and positive attitude towards all children;
- a welcome for children of all abilities and from all social and ethnic backgrounds;
- a recognition that children have individual needs and may therefore develop at different rates;
- freedom from stereotyping of any kind
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Age range: 6 weeks to 5 years
The Nursery is open for 49 weeks a year excluding all UK Bank Holidays and College Closures; the Nursery has an additional closure for 2 weeks in August (closure dates on request).
Fees on application - Sibling discount available
The Nursery operates a waiting list; priority is given to members of Wolfson College, others are welcome.
Full details can be found in the Waitlist Application Form (link below).
The Wolfson College Nursery is a registered carer and all staff are required to undergo thorough DBS checks. The Nursery is subject to inspection by OFSTED (Office for Standards in Education), a Fire Safety Officer, and by Environmental Health Inspectors. We are proud of the Nursery's excellent record and good reports resulting from these inspections.
For more information contact: email@example.com
Telephone: +44 (0)1865 274085
For information about local schools, visit the Oxfordshire County Council website.
21 February 2019Happy International Mother Language Day
Wolfson College celebrates International Mother Language Day.18 February 2019Washoku dinner hosted by Embassy of Japan at Wolfson College
Wolfson College was honoured to welcome the Embassy of Japan to host a Washoku dinner on 2 February 2019.11 February 2019'Reflecting the Landscape': photographs by Jenny Blyth
Jenny Blyth's exhibition 'Reflecting the Landscape' opens to public on 18 February 2019 to 28 March 2019.
Family Friendly24 - 24Feb FebWolfson Children’s Art EventSunday 24 February - 10:00am to 1:00pm
The Wolfson Family Society invites you to join in for a children’s art event on Sunday, 24th February, 10 am - 1 m, in the Haldane Room.
Children of all ages in Wolfson college are invited to explore and share their creativity. Where do different colours come from? How many colours can you make?Clubs & Societies24 - 24Feb FebAMREF Afternoon tea goes internationalSunday 24 February - 2:00pm to 4:00pm
All are warmly invited to join the AMREF team for Afternoon Tea in the UCR. In the light of International Mother Language Day which takes place on 21 February 2019, we invite you to bring cake, snacks and sweets from your own country to share with each other!
£1.25 donation for a slice of cake plus tea/coffee, charged on Bod card or through cash donations. All proceeds go to AMREF Health Africa.Concert and Plays24 - 24Feb FebFournier Trio RecitalSunday 24 February - 5:00pm
Cello Sonata No. 1 in E minor, Op. 38
Violin Sonata No. 1 in G Major, Op. 78
Piano Trio No. 2 in C Major, Op. 87