The Federation of Fairfield and Colneis


Fairfield Nursery applications for September 2022 are now closed.

Any applications received after the deadline will be placed on a waiting list and will not be processed until Friday 6th May.

Applications for nursery places should be made directly to the school.
Only paper application and PAF forms will be accepted.

Key dates for application for September 2022 are:

  • Friday March 4th – All applications to be returned to the school office.
  • Friday April 8th – Offer letters will be sent out.
  • Friday May 6th – Signed acceptance reply slips must be received by the school office.

Please note that any applications made after March 4th will not be looked at until May 9th.

Application Form for Nursery September 2022

Your child’s early education is the beginning of a lifetime of learning so at Fairfield Nursery we aim to help children achieve their best possible start.

We provide a vast range of play experiences and activities to facilitate opportunities for children to practise and learn a multitude of skills and to really instil a love of learning from a young age.

The children enjoy a healthy snack as part of their day; the children choose what snack they prefer and have the opportunity to help prepare their snack safely.  In the Nursery garden we grow some of our own fruit and vegetables as part of the snack choice.  The children also enjoy cooking and baking, particularly tasting the results of their hard work.

Exploring the outside area provides a range of potential experiences including classifying, creating, transforming, enquiring, experimenting and testing.  The stimulus of experiencing and exploring helps imagination and emotional, personal and social skills as well as physical development and offers a context to learn interesting new vocabulary and skills.

The mud kitchen helps young children engage in an incredible variety of skills, such as measuring, filling, pouring, emptying, mixing, mark making, sharing, serving, foraging and weighing.

Forest school activities help develop confidence and self esteem.  The hands on experiences encourage the children to be resilient, confident and independent learners.