We currently have places available and are expanding to meet local need. We are taking bookings up to 2022. Contact Mrs Barron on earlyyears@riverschool.co.uk for more information.


Welcome to The Brook Nursery- part of the Early Years provision! We are excited that you have chosen to find out more about our fabulous setting. Our Nursery and Reception Class (Early Years) adopt the same policies and procedures to ensure continuity, consistency and a smooth transition.


Within our Nursery your child will have the valuable opportunity to experience learning absorbed in fun and adventure both indoors and outside. They will be taught by well experienced and qualified staff whose key goals are care and acceptance. In addition, they will have access to our extensive grounds and forest school which is unique within Worcester for the amazing opportunities that it provides, where your child will develop confidence and a wealth of new skills within a unique environment that presents plentiful opportunities for play, interaction and development; providing them with the best possible start in life.


We accept children from the age of 2 and offer funding from 2 years upwards. We are also excited to offer up to 30 hour funded places.


The Brook Nursery runs from 9.00am until 3.00pm. There is a Breakfast Club that runs from 7.45am and an after school club that runs until 5.30pm.

At The River School Early Years we implement the Early Years foundation stage (EYFS). We teach the children through adult led and child initiated activities that are planned to meet the individual child’s needs. The children have access to exciting and stimulating indoor and outdoor play areas to enable them to learn through play.


Each child has a keyworker to ensure that the children and their families feel safe, secure and valued.


Our Reception class works closely with the Nursery and together they ensure the children have the best preparation to meet their Early Learning Goals. Click on the link below to access the Reception class page.

We are enjoying water play. Letters in the water tray and water mark making on the board is letting us explore what letters look like and how they are formed.
We enjoyed exploring outside, visiting our chickens and learning through outdoor play.
The children had a lovely time in Forest School today where Steph showed them how they could make a stretcher building on what we have been learning in Nursery about the miracle of the Paralysed Man.
The children using flint learnt how to light a fire.