About St. Paul’s Nursery
St. Paul’s Nursery is purpose built for children aged from 3 months to 4 years old with bright and airy rooms which encourage the children’s independence and autonomy of learning. We share the building with St. Paul’s Trust Children’s Centre which is based upstairs and we have the lovely Balsall Heath City Farm on site. We are ideally located close to Birmingham City Centre, just off The Moseley Road.
We provide full day care and sessional places for children aged from 3 months to 4 years old. Within this we also access 15 hour and 30 hour Early Education Entitlement funded places for eligible children aged from 2 years to 4 years old. These can be used alone on a term time basis or within day care provision.
Quality care and learning for children aged 2-5yrs
Professional, experienced and caring staff team
Play based learning to nurture curiosity, imagination and love of learning
Large outdoor play areas accessible at all times
City Farm and animals on site
Nutritional and balanced meals cooked on site
Free places for 2, 3 and 4 year olds through Early Education Entitlement Funding (EEE).
Mon-Fri 8am – 6pm
50 weeks of the year
All staff working within our Nursery are fully checked for suitability through interviews, references, identity and criminal records checks.
We provide all staff with ongoing training and development opportunities, and the team is structured to support and supervise staff within their roles. We have volunteers and students working alongside staff.
Many of the staff members of St Paul’s Community Trust are able to speak to you or your children in a number of languages. If an interpreter is needed we will do our best to find somebody who can help.
Every child in the setting is assigned a key person who will build a close relationship with you and your child. The key person is responsible for liaising with parents, ensuring the individual needs of each child are met and updating records as appropriate.
To ensure consistency for every child and ensure that their needs are fully met when key workers are absent, staff members work closely together within a team and step in a colleagues absence.