Savile Hall, Halifax, West Yorkshire, HX1 2ES

01422 367 161


Welcome to Nursery

Hello and welcome new Parents, Carers and children to the virtual presentation of Holy Trinity Nursery. Our staff have put together videos, information and challenges to guide you through the transition to life in Nursery. We look forward to seeing you and your child in September.

Mrs Whetham Headteacher - Welcome

Mr Chapman Deputy Head - Welcome

Meet our Early Years Foundation Staff

Mrs Eley - EYFS Manager and Nursery Teacher

Miss Holt - Teaching Assistant

Mrs Chapman - Class Teacher

Mrs Bastola - Teaching Assistant

Ms Bradley - Nursery Nurse

Mrs Whaley - Teaching Assistant

An information pack has been delivered to your home address with details and forms about starting in Nursery. We would normally hand out the packs and go through the forms with you at our presentation evening. Due to us not being able to meet you in person we have prepared a video with further information about the material in your packs. If you have any questions or require further information please email us -  

Nursery Tours

Welcome to our Nursery classroom and Trinity Woods.

Tour of Nursery

Tour of Trinity Woods

A Session in Nursery

Additional Information


Meet the Nurture Team


School Meals

Our school meals are prepared and cooked on site. Each day there are a variety of healthy meals on offer and we include a Halal and vegetarian option. We are very proud to hold the Food For Life Gold Award. Please click here to view the three weekly menu plan.   

In your pack there will be information about Nursery Lunch Club. The children can have a school dinner in the dining hall. A member of staff with be with them at all times. The cost is £5.00 a day which includes a school dinner and childcare.

If your child is in Class 1 the children will be taken to the hall at 11:45 am for their lunch. Please collect your child at 12:30 pm from the hall side entrance (photos below). 

If your child is in Class 2 please bring your child to the hall side entrance at 11:45 am for their lunch. The children will be taken into Nursery at 12:30 pm for the afternoon session. Please collect your child from the Nursery door at the end of the day. 


To pick up and drop off for Lunch Club please come to the school entrance on Swires Road and through the first side gate. Down the path to the first fire door to the hall. 

The following video provides key information about Nursery included in your Welcome Pack. If you have any questions or require any further information please contact us by email - 

All About Nursery


Mrs Eley has prepared ten challenges for you to do with your child. Click here to view the challenge page. This page has been password protected, we will put the access details on our Twitter page  

Story Time 

Mrs Eley has recorded 10 of her favourite stories for you to watch. They’ll help you complete challenge 6.

Can't You Sleep Little Bear

Dear Zoo

Spots New Game

Doing the Animal Bop

Hairy Maclary

Room on a Broom

The Gruffalo

Each Peach Pear Plum

I Went to the Zoopermarket

I Want My New Shoes

Ready Steady Nursery

Learning to communicate is very important and one way of helping your child’s communication skills is through singing Nursery rhymes. It’s important that you sing Nursery rhymes in a quiet and distraction free environment to help your child listen to the rhymes and join in.

Your child needs lots of opportunities to develop physically. There are links between a child’s physical ability and their ability to learn. During summer, try to provide a range of opportunities for your child to run, hop, jump, climb, crawl and use cutlery. There are lots of fun rhymes which include opportunities for your child to move.

The following documents ‘The Power of Talk’ and ‘Moving to Learn’ provide additional information on how to support your child and prepare them….Ready, Steady, Nursery!

The Power of Talk

Moving to Learn

Nana's Manners

Handy Hints for Starting School Guide has been prepared by Nana's Manners to help prepare your child for nursery and  school.

Please click here to view.

Please also visit the JoJo MaMaman Bébé website for more handy hints for starting nursery and school.

Getting Ready for Nursery

The following leaflets have been produced by PACEY (Professional Association for Childcare and Early Years) giving information and advice for preparing your child for nursery and school. There are lots of activities for you to share with your child to help them feel more confident and ready for school. Click the links to view.

Happy Talk

Listen and Learn

Make a Mark, Make a Start

Steps to Starting School

The Numbers Game

Key Dates

Challenge Dates

06 July - Challenge One

13 July - Challenge Two

20 July - Challenge Three

27 July - Challenge Four

03 August - Challenge Five

10 August - Challenge Six

17 August - Challenge Seven

24 August - Challenge Eight

31 August - Challenge Nine

07 September - Challenge Ten