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Hednesford nursery officially opens after refurbishment

By Jordan Reynolds | Hednesford | Education | Published: | Last Updated:

A nursery has been officially opened after its refurbishment.

Harley Hodgetts and Layla-Mai Hutchinson-Daley

Rose Hill Nursery, in Hednesford, formerly joined The Hednesford Hills Federation along with Hednesford Nursery and West Hill Primary School in April 2019.

It has since undergone a refurbishment throughout including its three rooms and outdoor space.

As part of the refurbishment the rooms have had new flooring, ceilings, lights, furniture, toilets and kitchens, while the outdoor area has new fencing, covering, a woodland themed area, artificial grass and pergola.

Kelly Bracebridge, executive headteacher, said: "The nursery was finally completed with the support of The Graham Burnett Trust which contributed the funds to allow us to make the essential improvements to the outdoor space to ensure that children are safe, happy and can enjoy a full range of enrichment opportunities.

"John Hibbs represented the trust and cut the ribbon to an array of cheers.

Next to the new bug hotel are pupils Harley Hodgetts and Layla-Mai Hutchinson-Daley

"Previously known as ABC Nursery the setting has since been redeveloped and improved under its new position within The Hednesford Hill's Federation all rooms have benefited from new flooring, ceiling and lights, brand new furniture that is age appropriate and purposeful, new changing area, brand new fitted toilets, sinks and fixtures including baby changing facilities, a new nurture room, brand new fitted kitchen and staff area.

"Investment in new and engaging resources to aid children's development and next steps, including a new staffing structure of professional and caring practitioners.

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"The nursery now also has freshly prepared hot meals designed for their needs and provided by West Hill School catering.

"The outdoor area has brand new secure fencing, surface covering, a natural woodland themed area, artificial grass and a purpose built pergola structure allowing staff to plan purposeful and engaging activities for all ages."

Rose Hill has provision for children aged up to four. There are 25 children split between three rooms – the Rosebuds, for children up to two years old, Blossoms for two to three year olds and Blooms for children up to school age.

Jordan Reynolds

By Jordan Reynolds
Reporter - @jreynolds_star

Senior reporter at the Express & Star.

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