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At Priorsford Nursery we recognise the importance and value of high quality early learning and childcare. We are committed to providing a stimulating and challenging environment which will develop and broaden children’s learning experiences, leaving them confident, eager, highly motivated and disposed to learn more. 
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Being Resilient Everyone goes through ups and downs in their life We can learn to be more resilient Resilient people cope better with difficulties Resilience is a key factor in protecting and promoting good mental health. It relates to the things (both internal and external) 
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Outdoor Learning  
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At Priorsford, our vision is ‘to support each other to grow and learn together.’ This vision reflects the welcoming, caring and positive ethos we have established which supports and encourages all our children to enjoy learning. Through this nurturing ethos, we aim to develop successful learners, confident 
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​The importance of play When we talk about play, people naturally think about young children, however all children and young people should have the opportunity to play every day. Play is important for the early stages of brain development and playing with your child can 
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Zones of Regulation Zones of Regulation is a health and wellbeing approach that we are introducing at Priorsford to help our children develop skills in emotional self-regulation. This is an internationally recognised programme and will complement the wider work we do to support children’s wellbeing. 
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Transitions Early Learning and Childcare ELCC (Nursery) class provision The school’s current ELCC class currently provides full year provision for children aged 3 – 5 years as part of the 1140 hours entitlement. ELCC class provision is non-denominational. This means that all ELCC centres are 
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Morning break is from 10.25 am to 10.40 am. We encourage all pupils to have plenty of fresh air and physical exercise every day and so we aim to let pupils play outside at every break and lunch time. The children should therefore always bring 
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School Bus Scottish Borders Council (SBC) organises the school buses. Currently there are buses to and from Cardrona and Kailzie to Priorsford. Details of times and pick up stops are sent from SBC by post along with the child’s bus pass at the start of 
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