‘Eco-Champ - That’s Our Home!

Taqwa Nursery is delighted to have achieved the ‘Eco-Champ - That’s Our Home’ award.
This has been awarded to us due to our work on developing understanding and awareness of the fact that we only have One Planet Earth to call our home. We work hard to teach our children lifelong habits about looking after our planet, recycling, reusing and not wasting our resources including food and energy.


Our British and Islamic values teach us the importance of looking after ourselves, our families, friends, communities and the World. We are passionate about looking after our planet and all the inhabitants of Earth, human, animal and plant, by ensuring that we take care of and appreciate the resources we take from it as much as we can. We are also doing our best to ensure that we reduce our waste where possible, and recycle where possible.
Taqwa Nursery will feature in a new picture book called ‘That’s Our Home’ by renowned author Jude Lennon. The book is currently in it’s publishing and printing cycle and we look forward to receiving the book soon.
We will strive to continue our Eco-Champion work and will be compiling a portfolio of the work we do to share with parents and guardians.



Taqwa Nursery Partnership!

We have recently started a partnership with Bolton Wanderers Soccer School for our Physical Development Coaching Sessions - these sessions are proving to be extremely beneficial for our children and they are making lots of progress, as well as thoroughly enjoying the sessions with the qualified coach.


Taqwa Nursery funds these sessions using the Pupil Premium funding it receives, Please click on the links below to read the full reports of each term.

STATEMENT OF PUPIL PREMIUM USE - SUMMER 2019:click here to read full.

STATEMENT OF PUPIL PREMIUM USE - SPRING 2019 click here to read full.

STATEMENT OF PUPIL PREMIUM USE - AUTUMN 2018 click here to read full.



Partnerships with the local community - Taqwa Nursery is always looking for ways to contribute to or give back to the local community - one of the ways we are doing this is by allowing children from schools local to us to come and carry out their work placements in our setting, where they are fully mentored by our qualified staff. We also like to take our children to the local Care Home, where our children learn all about the importance of looking after our elders, being kind to others in our community and helping each other.


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