Naomi Langham and son Freddie (3) enjoy playing in the new nursery at Theddlethorpe Academy.
Parents of young children have been trying out Theddlethorpe Academy's new purpose-built nursery giving it their seal of approval before their children take up places.
The Stay and Play Day encouraged parents with Early Years children to try out the facilities at the double-classroom nursery, which has been built alongside Theddlethorpe Academy and opened in September last year.
The nursery caters for up to 30 children in nursery and reception classes from the age of three, and families who visited were enthusiastic about the facilities.
Kim Lack brought along her daughter Eleanor-Rose Jenson (3), who will take up a place at the nursery this month. Kim said: "This is a fantastic, amazing school. I have two children here who have done brilliantly, and I have been waiting for the nursery to open. There is always great support from staff."
Naomi Langham said her son Freddie (3) would also start at the nursery this month. "I think this is better than other nurseries in the area, and it is good to have a nursery so Freddie can get settled in and make friends before full-time school."
Theddlethorpe Academy Principal Rebecca Scott said: "We are very proud to open the nursery up to families to explore and to see just what we have to offer the younger children. Since Theddlethorpe Academy became a member of Tollbar Multi Academy Trust we have proved consistently that we can give children a high-quality education. We are now ambitious to give younger children the best possible start to school."
Theddlethorpe Academy Nursery Stay and Play Day. Ava Beard (2) and Dad Gary Beard from Mablethorpe. Ava will join the nursery in April.
Eleanor-Rose Jenson (3) with Teacher Esther Russell.