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Rise Park Academy in Romford celebrates opening of new on-site nursery

PUBLISHED: 13:00 28 November 2017

Children enjoying the opening of the new Rise Park Sunbeams Nursery. Executive Head Carolyn Fox, Nursery Manager Mark Amman, and teaching staff Julia Braybrooke and Cheryl Herbert by the sandpit with some of the children

Children enjoying the opening of the new Rise Park Sunbeams Nursery. Executive Head Carolyn Fox, Nursery Manager Mark Amman, and teaching staff Julia Braybrooke and Cheryl Herbert by the sandpit with some of the children

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A Romford primary school has this week been celebrating the opening of its new nursery.

The Sunbeams nursery is open at Rise Park Academy in Annan Way, Romford, during term time and accepts funded places for children aged three and above for both 15 hours and 30 hours funded families.

Morning, afternoon and whole day sessions are also offered five days a week.

Rise Park executive headteacher, Carolyn Fox, said: “We are so pleased to have been able to extend our current provision to pre-school pupils who will benefit from attending a nursery which is part of Rise Park Academy Trust.

“We hope that all of our nursery children will significantly benefit from this complementary high quality early years provision.”

The nursery is managed by a qualified early years specialist teacher, alongside 2 qualified early years practitioners. For further information or a tour of the nursery please visit the website www.riseparknursery.co.uk or call 01708 749135.

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