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Belle Vale Community Primary School

'Learning Together, Being Our Best'

Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, Belle Vale Primary School will be closed from 5th January 2021. For further information and guidance, please refer to the news and events section on the website.

Nursery/ Reception: Miss Boner

Welcome to Nursery

Remote Learning

Unfortunately, our school year has been interrupted due to COVID-19. However, we have ensured that all children have access to a mixture of online or paper based home learning opportunities. 

Nursery have worked so hard to learn lots of skills during their first term at school and it is essential that this does not go to waste. We would like children to continue to learn and develop their skills every day if possible either via Seesaw and/or the work packs we have provided.

Every week, a timetable of lessons and links to support video's/ activities will be posted on here. You can find this below and it will be posted on Seesaw on a Monday. Links to the lessons can be found here, on Seesaw or will be emailed to you.

If you have any questions or need advice regarding your child's learning, please do contact me via email: 




Staff: Miss Boner, Miss Ireland and Miss J Burns.


Welcome to our class page. smiley 

We are so excited to get back into school and see lots of familiar and NEW faces! Our class page is regularly updated with useful websites, pictures and information so please check back regularly. 


You can also keep up to date on Twitter: @MissBonerBVP


Home learning packs have now been sent home in the event of a school or bubble closure. If this happens, daily activities will also be uploaded to Seesaw. Please engage as much as possible, it will ensure your child reaches their full potential this year. Seesaw log-in details have been emailed to you (please check junk mail).

Things to bring to school EVERY DAY


- A water bottle. This must go home every day for cleaning.

- PE pumps or trainers.

- Warm, waterproof coat/jacket

- Wellington boots

We ask that you leave a bag at school with spare clothes. The bag will stay in school. 





  • Start times and finish times are staggered based on Surname. Please ask if you are unsure.
  • For our morning children, the gate will be opened at 11.30 and closed at 11.45 prompt for home time. 
  • Our P.E days are Tuesday afternoon and Friday Morning.
  • Fruit and Milk is free for EYFS children
  • We ask for a contribution of 50p to help provide children with healthy snacks to encourage trying new foods and independence.
  • You can help your Nursery child at home by practicing writing their name, counting objects and singing counting songs, and reading to them frequently. 



It is important your child is in school as much as possible in order to reach their full potential, however if your child is in any way ill or showing any symptoms of COVID-19, then they should not be in school. You must inform the school immediately if your child or anyone in the household has COVID-19 symptoms or has tested positive.



Children will be expected to wash their hands regularly throughout the school day for at least 20 seconds, including in the morning as they first enter the classroom. Please show your children how to wash their hands effectively and ensure they are aware of the importance of hand hygiene.

Forest School


All children in EYFS have access to Forest School sessions. Throughout the year children get the chance to spend time exploring and learning about the natural environment while developing new skills. We will be taking part in lots of fun activities including; den building, using tools safely and outdoor art!

30 hour FREE Nursery Provision for working parents of 3 & 4 year olds, is now available.

15 hours free nursery provision is still available to all 3 & 4 year old children.

Please contact school to arrange a meeting and tour of our provision with Miss Nelson (EYFS Lead).