Class Royston (Nursery/FS1)

Welcome to our Class Royston Webpage 

Class Royston Teacher  - Miss K Wood 

Class Royston Support -  Mrs T Bird     

Information for parents

Our nursery is part of our Early Years Unit which is within Meadstead Primary Academy. Our Early Years Unit comprises of two classes for Nursery and Reception-aged children (3 -5 year olds). 

Nursery children are in Class Royston and Reception children are in Class Barnsley.

Children can join Class Royston the term after their third birthday (September, January or April). 

All children are entitled to 15 hours free Nursery provision. 

If you are working you may be entitled to 30 hours free Nursery provision. You will need to access the childcare choices website to check your eligibility and to access a code which the academy will need to be given in order to claim the funding.

Session Times

Mornings 8:45am - 11:45am

Afternoons 12:30pm - 3:30pm

Full day 30hr sessions 8:45am - 3:15pm 

Arrivals & Departures


Doors will be open for 10 minutes at the start of each session.

If you arrive later than this and find our classroom door/gate closed, please report to our main academy reception where your child can be dropped off and brought down to nursery by a member of staff.


Doors will open 15 minutes before the end of each session to hand over information about your child's day and gather together belongings.

Mornings 11:30am

Afternoons 3:15pm

Full day 30hrs 3:00pm

If you are running late to collect, please inform us as soon as possible. Dependent upon how late you are, your child maybe waiting at our main academy reception.

Our Early Years Curriculum

The EYFS Framework explains how and what your child will be learning to support their development. 

They will be  learning new skills, acquiring new knowledge and demonstrating their understanding through 7 areas of learning and development.

•         Communication and language;

•         Physical development;

•         Personal, social and emotional development;

•         Literacy;

•         Mathematics;

•         Understanding the world; and

•         Expressive arts and design.

These 7 areas are used to plan your child’s learning and activities which are suited to your individual unique needs.

What to expect in the Early Years Foundation Stage: A guide for parents