School House Nursery is based in Holmpton near the coastal town of Withernsea and is a fun place for children aged 5 year olds and under to learn and play.
*Ofsted rated GOOD again at our recent inspection in June 2018*
We have a beautiful new building which we moved into in September 2015 consisting of a baby, toddler and pre-school room. As an outdoor based nursery, we spend most of our time in our spacious garden or having adventures around the village and farm!
*We provide a courtesy bus service for children in Withernsea*
Early years funded places are available for children aged 2, 3 and 4 years.
School House Nursery was established in June 2007 and is self-contained and set in the grounds belonging to the proprietor. As the name suggest the original building was the location of the Headmasters house alongside the old village school, and its original facade still stands. With a large garden and stables housing several horses the children are cared for in idyllic surroundings.
Learning through Play
At School House Nursery, the children can take advantage of our wonderful outdoor area, as well as being able to play indoors. All our resources are intended to maximize the ‘learning through play’ process and children are able to access what they require to allow their play and imagination to flow.
It is through play that children develop intellectually, creatively, physically, socially and emotionally. Activities are planned around the children’s interests. By doing this, our practitioners can support young children to learn with enjoyment and challenge.
School House Nursery offers a welcoming, secure environment where children can come and feel safe and secure. We are a small setting, which encourages that homely feel. To ensure the safety of all our children we operate a coded door and password system ensuring only you or your designated person of choice can collect your child.
Travel and transport
*We offer a courtesy mini bus, subject to availability, primarily for parents who live in Withernsea and do not have access to their own transport.