Dean Field’s Nursery, based at Dean Field Primary School, is now taking bookings for those who wish to enrol their children in September 2021.
The nursery is open to children aged 3 and 4 years old.
There are facilities for children who have just turned 3 years old and for those children who are 4 years old in the run up to transitioning to reception at school. We strongly encourage you attend our Nursery if you plan to send your child to our school, to maximise the transitioning support for your child and secure their reception class place.
We are now able to host visits, please contact the school office to book in. Alternatively, have a peek inside using the video link below.
Take the nursery virtual tour here
We offer full and half day care, 3 year old funding, EEF funding and 15 and/or 30 hours per week.
All our staff are fully trained, very experienced and super friendly! All staff have undergone a DBS check.
Please take a look at the nursery flyer for more details
For more information, please contact the school office on 01422 258 258 or alternatively email email@example.com
We hope to hear from you soon and look forward to meeting you!
Dean Field Community Primary School
Halifax HX2 8DQ
For more information, view or download our flyer
With the help of local volunteers, the Friends of Shroggs Park Group have started to pick up where they left off pre-covid with a number of small scaled clean up and maintenance activities in the park which have taken place fortnightly.
Friends of Shroggs Park and community volunteers have been working in small groups over the last month alongside employees from CMBC Parks Department to carry out works in order to keep the park in a pleasant state for those who use it.
The first clean up effort resulted in a dozen bin liners of general litter being removed from the parks grounds with the whole park, including the woodland walk being covered on that occasion.
The following work that took place was focused on cutting back and neatening up the edges of the walkways in the vicinity of the maze which saw a fair amount of turf loaded into the back of a CMBC Vehicle.
The group would like to extend a thank you to CMBC for the support and providing the vehicles to remove the waste at the end of the clean ups.
These activities are currently ongoing with the next one taking place on Monday 24th August 2020 – 10am to 12noon, meeting by the Maze in the park.
If you would like to get involved in these efforts or require further information, contact Peter Robinson on 07599 524471 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also email Dan Marham, Ward Link Worker for the North Halifax Partnership at Daniel.Marham@Calderdale.gov.uk if you would like to get involved.