Welcome to Broughton Nursery
We are a family friendly Nursery set in the grounds of Broughton-in-Furness Primary School. We have a dedicated team of staff that provide excellent quality care and support for all the children that attend.
Janet and her team follow the guidelines set in the Early Years Foundation Stages (EYFS) to make sure that the play and activities set help the children to develop and gain a wonderful understanding of the world around them.
We give the children the opportunity to explore and experiment whilst in a safe environment using activities such as baking, arts and crafts, gardening, sports and PE, computer activities, and role play. This all helps to develop key skills such as social and emotional development, communication and language, creative and physical development, and numeracy and literature skills.
Meet the Team
Please download our Welcome Pack for your child's start at Nursery.
Times & Fees
Children are able to attend our nursery from the next half term after they reach 2 years 6 months. The term after their third birthday, children are entitled to five grants-funded sessions per week.
Mon - Fri morning sessions: 8.45am - 11.45am
Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri afternoon sessions: 12.30pm - 3.30pm
Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri lunch club: 11.45am - 12.30pm
£7.00 for morning and afternoon sessions
£3.50 for lunch club
£17.50 for the full day, including lunch club
Nursery fees are invoiced after every term that your child attends. These should be paid within 14 days of invoice date.
There is now also wrap-around care available to Broughton Nursery children within Broughton Primary School (which is next door to Nursery). This enables you to have your child cared for between the hours of 8.00am and 6.00pm if required.
Please contact the school on 01229 716206 for more information about the Breakfast Club and After-School Club.
What Ofsted has to say
The quality of provision is good. It recognises the unique needs of each child who attends. Because of this, including every child is a priority to the management staff of the setting, and this is reflected in the way in which children's learning and development needs are met.
Setting staff work very hard to ensure children really enjoy themselves when they come to the provision. This is reflected in children's attitudes and comments:
"I love playing in the sand when I come to nursery it makes my toes feel squidgy!"
Janet Clark (Nursery Supervisor)
T: 01229 716107