Our Ethos

At Ashbridge, we believe in a holistic, approach to children’s early years education; offering secure foundations for learning and future success.

Our safe and enriched environments encourage a fresh and stimulating dimension to learning promoting a sense of confidence, well-being and respect for others and the natural world.

Children learn when they are actively engaged and challenged and we believe that in knowing how children learn through play and direct teaching we ensure the best possible outcomes.

We believe that children deserve the support and care of passionate teachers and practitioners. Through meaningful interactions, building secure relationships and high quality teaching we give children the opportunity to form a positive self-image, love of learning and experience an exceptional education.

By offering a service that works in partnership with and supports families we believe in promoting a culture of mutual respect and a shared vision.

The rural location of our Lindle Lane setting enables us to promote our vision for outdoor learning and the forest school approach .The facilities here, including full sized pitch, extensive kitchen garden and woodlands, provide opportunities for developing physical skills and to be in the outdoors learning about, themselves, team work and the natural world. The shared nursery and school environment supports continuity of learning and security for children and their families.

What’s Happening?

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@AshbridgeAteli1: Today felt like an upside down sort of day, so this morning in the atelier badgers have been drawing upside down. @BadgersAshbrid1 https://t.co/g5JyDuLmsW
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@AshbridgeMaxy: Can you grow stick flowers in the tray? We are using loose material to count and design flowers on our fairy garden tray. #atelier #number #mathsinatray #thursdaymorning #counting @NDNAtalk #eytalking #turntaking #EYMatters https://t.co/31aLNYPqLg
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@ArthurWood4: Year 4 have created a river system in Outdoor Education today. They are investigating the journey of a river to the sea. https://t.co/cQVImmxE8K
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@MissSeaton: Using our imagination in the forest. What could our sticks be? A key, a snowflake and a fishing rod! https://t.co/bhIPyXkGIK
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@AshbridgeAteli1: Yesterday Badgers and owls class created our first 'stained glass' window. They loved using the paint sticks on the smooth surface and I can't wait to see their reactions to it in the window this morning. @BadgersAshbrid1 @AshbridgeOwls https://t.co/XTQZExiZcP
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