Broomloan Nursery School

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Service summary

Nurseries provide education and care mainly for 3 and 4 year olds on a part-time or full-time basis. They normally operate from around 8.30am to 4.30pm on a school term basis.  Wrap around care, lunch time cover and places for 2 year olds are provided in some of these nurseries.

If you wish to enrol your child in a Glasgow City Council Nursery, please request an application form from the preferred choice of nursery.

Client groups

Children aged from 2 years to Primary School entry (5 years approximately)

Service details

At Broomloan Nursery School we encourage learning and offer support for all in a happy, safe and stimulating environment. Our curriculum is delivered through play which allows children to be active explorers of their environment. It is also fun!
Through on-going monitoring, evaluation and review, we aim to tailor the curriculum to your child’s needs. We also strive to build good working relationships between parents, community and other agencies.
We hope that your child will be happy with us and will respond to the many opportunities for learning which we offer through the wide range of activities and experiences in the nursery school.

Further information

Registered with the Care Inspectorate to provide the following services:

Day Care of Children

Opening times

The nursery is open from 8.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.
Daily sessions
Morning session 8.45 a.m. to 11.45 a.m.
Afternoon session 1.00 p.m. to 4.00 p.m.
Full - time Individual hours allocated according to need


Additional Support Needs/Accessibility Strategy
The establishment has a duty to ensure that all our children have equal access to the curriculum, supported as appropriate to their individual needs. This covers not only the content of planned activities and teaching strategies but also minor adaptations to the physical environment of our buildings to address the needs of children with physical or sensory impairments, including the relocation of playrooms to the ground floor where feasible. We also need to ensure that parents and carers who have a disability have equal access to information about their child. This will involve, for example, relocating the venue for parents/carers meetings to facilitate physical access; provision of an interpreter for people who have a hearing impairment; agreeing a phone contact system to provide direct feedback to parents and carers.

Physical Access
The school is on one level with easy access to all rooms from a wide central corridor. The front doors are sufficiently wide for all uses.

Our parents' meetings are frequent and regular and we make separate arrangements for any parent unable to attend.

Supporting children with additional needs
If a child is thought to require additional support in relation to speech, hearing, sight or learning, the Head Teacher will discuss this with you, and with your consent, get in touch with the appropriate agency that will help your child.

Staff development
Ongoing staff development ensures all staff develop the skills and expertise necessary to meet the professional needs and the needs of the service.


Please refer to our admissions and charging policy for price information.
The page was last updated on 3 December 2021

Main address

c/o Govan Campus
635 Govan Road
G51 2AQ

Main telephone

0141 440 0942

Organisation email