Ofsted Inspection of Eastwood Nursery School – 30th January 2018

Ofsted has now published its report of Eastwood Nursery School following our Inspection on 30th January. The report is available in reception and will shortly be on our and Ofsted’s websites. We are very pleased that Ofsted confirmed that we are providing an Outstanding education for your child and I would like to thank each member of staff across the school for their continuing hard work and dedication.

Please click the following link for report Eastwood nursery Ofsted report January 2018

Nursery applications for September 2018

 

The closing date for admissions is Friday 9th February 2018.

If your child was born between 1st September 2014 and 31st August 2015

please click the link below for an application form

Eastwood Nursery Application form

News- Early Years Hub 

 Eastwood is proud and excited to be a leading school in the successful bid and management team for the brand new Early Years Hub for SW London!

Young children in Merton and Wandsworth  are due to benefit from an Early Years Hub being funded by the Mayor of London’s office.  The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, is delivering on his pledge to improve access to high-quality, affordable early years education for the most disadvantaged families in London. The Wandle Early Years Hub is one of only three hubs across London and is a collaboration of a range of education and early years agencies. It will be lead by the Wandle Teaching School Alliance.

The Hub will work with early years providers and local families to improve the take up of free quality childcare and early education provision for eligible 2-year-olds. It will improve early years provision for the most disadvantaged children, promote early years as a career and improve early intervention for children with special educational needs and disabilities.  One of the hub’s priorities will be to offer access to accredited training to staff working in childcare settings which will give them the skills, knowledge and confidence to provide an increased number of places for eligible children who have special educational needs and disabilities. For more information about the hub visit the WEYH website www.wandletsa.com/weyh/overview

At the heart of the community with the community at heart.


If you already use Eastwood services then please make this a favourite site on your phone or device and open it up regularly for news and updates.

If you are a family with young children in Roehampton then find out more! We have lots on offer for children and families and really hope we can welcome you into the Eastwood family soon. You will find information about our children’s centre programme and how to find a nursery place at Eastwood.

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  • Latest news and information- especially important to check about opening times, closures and special events
  • Our children’s centre programme
  • How to get the specialist advice that you may need or find helpful
  • Articles about recent and current projects
  • Opportunities to get involved
  • Information about our key partners and helpful tips!

Welcome to Eastwood. We provide Roehampton with a wide range of services for very young children and their families.

At the heart of the community

Central to Roehampton, on main bus routes and a short walk from the library, the shops and the Roehampton Primary Schools, we are well located to support and serve local families seeking early childhood services, nursery education and childcare.

We are specialists in working with babies, young children and their families and aim to offer a warm welcome and high quality services.

In order to make our services as accessible as possible we provide weekly groups in the heart of Putney Vale, the Lennox and the Alton Estates – you can get specialist advice from a Health Visitor, have your baby weighed and have fun playing with your child, all at the same time!

With the community at heart

Eastwood works tirelessly to involve everyone caring for young children in Roehampton. We provide a wide range of services from well-baby clinics to adult education, with plenty of play in between!

Our parenting programmes are evidence-based and delivered by experienced and trained staff. Our outreach team and family support service aim to help families feel at home in the community and access support services and entitlements such as nursery education.

Our open play sessions help parents focus on their children’s early learning and development and provide practical ideas for activities to do at home. Our Family Learning Programme is accredited by the Open College Network and builds on your expertise as a parent.

From babies through to children about to start primary school, we have nursery care and education packages available to suit all families’ needs.

Our passion for first hand-experiences and the natural world means that children safely go out into the local community to explore the environment, use public transport and be part of the Roehampton Community.