What we do

We provide a wide range of activities for the children including sand and water play, art and craft, cooking, clay and dough, songs and music. There is an outdoor play area, which is used daily in all but the most extreme weather conditions. Pre-school has a wide variety of books and board games and a computer with a range of software suitable for pre-school children. There is plenty of chance for imaginative play in the home corner or with toys such as the train set, cars, airport, doll’s house, farm and zoo. The children’s activities are planned to work towards their learning outcomes as set by the Early Years Foundation Stage. Ofsted regularly inspects us and inspection reports are available on their website (latest inspection report).

Our aims

  • Deliver high quality care and education for children aged 2 to 5 years.
  • Offer children and parents a provision which promotes equal opportunity and values diversity.
  • Work with parents to enhance their children’s knowledge and understanding and their future development.
  • Provide a safe, secure and stimulating environment.
  • Provide an individual learning experience and education for each child.
  • Create and enhance the life and well-being of the wider community.

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Recent news

  • Week ending 12/07/19 This week has been an emotional week with our Leavers Presentations.  Parents joined us to see their children graduate from Pre-school!  Fun was had by all at our End ...
    Posted 12 Jul 2019, 03:22 by Melanie Goddard
  • Week ending 05/07/19 This week we have enjoyed the fruits of our labour in the garden.  The children helped to dig up the potatoes we planted and enjoyed eating them as part of ...
    Posted 5 Jul 2019, 03:18 by Melanie Goddard
  • Week ending 28/06/19 This week the children have enjoyed putting on puppet shows with our new Puppet Show Theatre.  We also enjoyed our annual trip to Beale Park, where we enjoyed the sunshine ...
    Posted 28 Jun 2019, 02:37 by Melanie Goddard
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