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South Green Infant School & Nursery
Ganels Road, CM11 2TG, UK Billericay
+44 (0)1277 651478

South Green Infant and Nursery





Welcome to the South Green Infant School and Nursery Website. South Green Infant and Nursery School is a safe, fun environment for the young children to learn. The classes are fun and the children feel comfortable in them. We believe a good education is a priority within the younger generations so we give pupils a very broad education.

Please feel free to look around. If you have any problems or queries please go to our contact page for details on how to contact us.


Our school was built in 1965 and is blessed with spacious classrooms and areas that can be used for group work. We are an inclusive school and want to ensure that everyone has a voice including the children who are so often not heard. We are part of the Healthy School's Project and the children are encouraged to eat a healthy lunch so we ask parents not to provide crisps and sweets. We have also made the school a peanut free zone to cater for those children who have a severe allergic reaction to them. Children are made aware of the reasons for these decisions and feel quite comfortable with them. We are keen to ensure that each child reaches their potential academically but we have not lost sight of the value of a broad curriculum so put equal importance on The Arts, Humanities, Science and Technology. Above all we have the child at the heart of our Community and plan carefully with them in mind.


We have a two term entry. This means that children come into school either in September or January.

Children who have their fifth birthday between September and the end of December start full time in September.

Children who have their fifth birthday between January and the end of March start full time in January.

Children who have their fifth birthday between April and the end of August also start school in January but on a part time [mornings only] basis.

They begin full time education after the Easter holiday.

This sounds complicated but isn't really. Please ring us at school if you have any queries.


Mission Statement

Working together we aim to provide a happy, safe and stimulating environment and learning experiences which will develop pupils' individual talents and abilities to the full, equipping them with the knowledge and skills required to meet future challenges.


•  To have high expectations of good behaviour, attitude and personal endeavour in all areas of the curriculum.
•  To foster an open, positive and supportive atmosphere where there is a feeling of trust between adults and children
•  To develop individuals with enquiring minds who are self-reliant and confident in the knowledge that they are valued members of our school irrespective of gender, race, age or ability.
•  To provide a challenging curriculum which is rich and varied whilst still being appropriate to the needs of the child.
•  To maintain a school ethos where families feel welcome and pupils learn respect for each other and where staff model high standards of courtesy, good manners and co-operation with others.
•  To help children communicate effectively and achieve the best possible academic standards but above all foster a life-long love for learning.


Education does not start at school.
You have been educating your children
since they were born. You have taught
them to talk, walk and have shown them the correct way to behave. You have helped them develop numerous other skills. At South Green we actively encourage a partnership between parents and the school. In this way the children will see that we are working together and it is possible to see significant improvement in the standards of children who have the support of their parents.



Right from the start of the children's schooling we aim to deepen their experiences by addressing all areas of the Early Learning Goals during their time in Foundation and then through the carefully structured programmes of study in the National Curriculum. Great importance is put upon the core subjects of English, Mathematics, Science and ICT so that the children acquire the range of skills they need but we also feel that it is equally important to allow children to develop creative and aesthetic awareness. At South Green we are very proud of what our children achieve in these areas.


Children will work in many different ways. Sometimes they will work as individuals. At other times they will work co-operatively with a friend or in a small group. They will also be taught as part of a whole class but however they work, you may rest assured that they will do so at the appropriate level for their ability. The staff work extremely hard to ensure that the work set is challenging yet accessible to each child.


We aim to encourage the natural abilities that every pupil possesses. Providing opportunities to develop in confidence, independence and the chance to achieve personal success.


Finding quality pre-school education is very important. Our qualified teacher and NNEB Nursery Nurse are very experienced in the care and education of young children. They are supported by experienced Teaching Assistants.

We put great importance on working with parents to ensure children are happy and safe as well as making good academic progress.

We can offer 5 free mornings or afternoon sessions to children who are nearly 4 years old.

If you are also committed to high standards of education why not come and visit?
You can call us on 01277-651478 . We look forward to hearing from you!

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