Nursery Hill is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and we expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

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School Values

Nursery Hill Primary School is committed to the development of confident and respectful children who achieve the very best that they can as individuals.

  • Do your best

  • Exceed expectation

  • Be confident in your individuality

  • Be accepting of other people's differences

'Disadvantaged pupils make the same good, and often even better, progress as their classmates. They achieve similar standards to their peers.'


'Pupils have good attitudes to learning. They enjoy school, work hard and are very proud of their school and their achievements.'


'Pupils are confident, articulate, polite and courteous. They behave well in lessons, around the school and at break and lunchtime.'

OFSTED, 2016

School Ethos

It is our mission for everyone to flourish and exceed expectation in an inspiring environment where unique, confident children will sparkle. We are on top of the hill and reaching for the stars. 


Our staff are a dynamic team with a range of experience who go beyond the call of duty to ensure that we meet the needs of our children. We also work hard to support families in times of need.

'Staff are proud of their school and they work as a team with a common aim of providing the best education they can for their pupils.'

'Strong leadership from the headteacher, ably supported by other leaders and governors, has led to steady improvement in teaching and achievement since the last inspection.'


'Leaders and teachers know how well every pupil is progressing. They help pupils who fall behind to catch up quickly.'


'The quality of teaching is now consistently good in all years and almost all subjects. This is enabling an increasing proportion of pupils to make good or better progress.'

OFSTED, 2016

On top of the hill and reaching for the stars