Nailsea School is a mixed secondary school and sixth form. Situated just under 10 miles from Bristol it enjoys the benefits of a small town whilst being on the doorstep of one of the UKs most prosperous, vibrant and creative cities. There are approximately 900 students at the school. Nailsea School is a community that demonstrates a common purpose; to ensure the very best for each and every one of its students. The school’s motto is Aspire, Believe, Succeed, at Nailsea School all students are valued and each individual is encouraged to be the best version of themselves.
We believe in learning without limits. In our school we enjoy and celebrate inspiring, inclusive and life-long learning. We are an open, encouraging community sharing Christian values especially love and respect.We value friendship built on honesty, trust and acceptance in a caring environment.
Golden Valley is a large primary school in Nailsea with around 420 pupils arranged in 14 classes. There is a purposeful, calm atmosphere in the school where children are expected to work hard, learn new skills and knowledge and behave well. The children are supported by a hard-working and experienced team of teachers, teaching and learning assistants and other members of the support team. The whole staff share a responsibility of raising standards and keeping self-esteem high, but also in making life at school exciting, fun and enjoyable – we all know that happy children make the best learners!
We are a happy school that aims to ensure pupils thrive within a warm and caring ethos underpinned by gospel values. During their time with us pupils learn a lot and we combine purposeful learning with fun and creativity, where pupils are given opportunities to work together collaboratively and as individuals. Pupils are expected to give of their best at all times in their learning, behaviour and respect for others.
Hannah More Infant and Grove Junior schools share the same site and have worked closely together for many years. The 1st March 2012 was a historic date marking the start of the formal Federation of the schools. Hannah More started her first Sunday School in the nearby Tithe Barn in 1791 thereby providing the foundation for both schools. Hannah More wished to serve the local community in order “to benefit the Parish of Nailsea in its most important interest – the education of the rising generations” and this lives on 220 years later in the strong partnership established through the federation.
Pupils at Ravenswood come from across North Somerset and from bordering local authorities. Every pupil has unique and sometimes complex needs and our goal is to match our provision to enable each one to flourish in their development.
Grove Sports Centre, St Mary’s Grove, Nailsea, BS48 4NQ
The preschool offers sessional care and education term time for some 2, 3 and 4 year olds at Grove sports centre with an enclosed outside area, garden and use of the playing fields. Experienced, qualified staff. Rated outstanding in last 3 Ofsted inspections.
We are an outstanding Reggio Emilia inspired nursery school for children aged 2 to 5 years. We have a forest school, wonderful garden area with a real woodwork shed, mud kitchen and a river. We have weekly dance and French lessons. Call for more information.