lf your child is 3 to 4 years old, they are ready to join us in our Rainbows Nursery. Led by a team of highly skilled and dedicated practitioners, it provides a caring, happy and stimulating atmosphere in which our young pupils thrive. The setting is safe, bright and engaging and benefits from a wonderful all-weather outdoor area of its own, which the children love! The children are also able to access all of our school facilities, which supports their smooth transition to the Reception class.
We are open 5 mornings each week during term time. We would love to introduce you to Rainbows, but sadly under the current restrictions, are unable to welcome you while children are in the setting. Do contact us on 01296 712296 if you would like to know any more about our provision.
I hope you have found my presentation of Winslow Church of England School helpful as you look for a school which will be the right place for your child. Do look at the local authority Headteachers’ Primary Presentation below, which is full of helpful information, and the downloadable attachment of key dates, as you process your application for your child’s first school.
Meet our team
- Mrs Miky Rodriguez (Teacher)
- Mrs Alison Taylor (LSA)
The Rainbows Nursery is open Monday to Friday from 8.45am – 11.45am each day. Admission into Rainbows Nursery is obtained through the school. Please click the link below or contact the office for an admission form. Registration of your child at this stage does not guarantee a place in our Reception Class.
‘Rainbows Nursery is absolutely perfect for preparing little ones for big school and I would highly recommend it to all parents.’
‘Mornings at Rainbows Nursery is the highlight of my daughter’s day. A fantastic, friendly and safe environment which affords her a fantastic start in her academic journey … and she has the most fun ever! Highly recommend.’
‘Excellent teaching staff, always enthusiastic and supportive.’
Commendations from the EYFS advisors:
‘Parents are incredibly positive about the teaching team.’
‘Pupils are all very settled and engaged.’