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Welcome to South Camberley’s Nursery.  One of our school values is ‘nurturing’ which is what we believe our Nursery is all about.  We aim to provide a safe, stimulating and supportive learning environment for our children to enable them to develop to their full potential. 

Each Nursery setting boasts attractive, colourful and well organised indoor bases and extensive outdoor provision.  The children ‘free-flow’ between the indoors and outdoors to pursue their own learning and are encouraged to think for themselves and be creative.  The Nursery has provision for learning through each of the 7 areas of the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum with exciting play activities and resources available every day.


Nursery now has its own Facebook (@southcamberleynursery) and Twitter (@scambnursery) accounts to enable you to keep up to date with our activities.


As we are part of the school and a maintained Nursery we run term time only and link in with the main school timings.  We offer 15 hours free early education for all our 3 – 4 year old children.  Children can begin Nursery once they are 3 years old but you can register your child at any point before then.  When places become available we will contact you, usually 6 – 8 weeks before their start date.


Our sessions are:

  Morning           8.55am – 11.55am (3 hours)

Afternoon        12.10pm – 3.10pm (3 hours)


From September 2017, parents who are both working and earning between about £5,500 and £100,000 each (in the case of a single parent family where the sole parent is working) will be able to access an additional 15 hours of free entitlement, over and above their existing 15 free hours (see eligibility criteria here).  These 'Plus 15 Hours' could be taken in school or with a second provider such as a childminder.


South Camberley will be offering a limited number of these 'Plus 15 Hours' places.  Please contact us for further details at

We have two Nurseries; one at each of the Infant campuses run by fully qualified school teachers, Nursery Nurses and experienced teaching assistants.  Each adult is a ‘Key Person’ to a group of children with the teacher overseeing the class as a whole.