Please contact the school office on 01189 375473 or email  for more details on Nursery places for September 2021. The next Nursery Admissions Panel will be on 25th May to allocate places for September. Please make sure application forms are submitted by 12 noon on 24th May. 


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Welcome to Geoffrey Field Infant School

We are a large Infant school situated within a diverse community in the south of Reading. The school is set in extensive and attractive grounds, giving the pupils plenty of space to learn and play. Each year group benefits from its own dedicated outdoor teaching and learning area.


We have approximately 320 pupils on roll across 10 classes, including a Nursery class. Pupils in the Nursery attend for 15 hours each week for either a morning or an afternoon session.


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2020-2021 Term Dates 

Term 1. Wed 2 Sept - Fri 23 Oct 2020

Term 2. Mon 2 Nov 2020 - Fri 18 Dec 2020

Term 3. Mon 4 Jan 2021 - Wed 10 Feb 2021

Term 4. Mon 22 Feb 2021 - Thurs 1 April 2021

Term 5. Mon 19 April 2021 – Fri 28 May 2021

Term 6. Mon 7 June 2021 – Wed 21 July 2021


Inset Day Friday 25th June



Year 1 & 2 start back on Thursday 2nd September 2021


Parents of children joining Nursery and Reception will be notified individually of start dates.




Successful Learning

  • Concentrate

    Manage distractions

    Get lost in the task

    Do one thing at a time

    Break things down

    Plan and think it through

    Draw diagrams, jot down thoughts or things that help you think

  • Don't give up

    Work hard

    Practise lots

    Keep going

    Try new strategies

    Ask for help

    Start again

    Take a brain break

  • Be cooperative

    Listen to others

    Say when you don't understand

    Be kind when you disagree

    Explain things to help others

    Be tolerant

  • Be curious

    Ask questions

    Notice things

    Look for patterns and connections

    Think of possible reasons


    Ask "What if..."

  • Have a go

    Have a growth mindset

    Don't worry if it goes wrong

    Learn from mistakes

    Be excited to try new things

  • Use your imagination

    Be creative

    Let your imagination go

    Think up new ideas and questions

  • Keep improving

    Keep reviewing your work

    Identify your best bits

    Improve one thing first

    Try to be better than last time

    Don't compare yourself to others, only yourself

    Take small steps

  • Enjoy learning

    Feel proud of all your achievements

    Feel your neurons connecting!

    Imagine your intelligence growing by the minute!

    Use what you learn in real life

    Know you can do it if you have input and practise