Your Children

We work in partnership with you and your child to ensure their development is as exciting, varied and progressive as possible. Each child is unique and requires individual care as they develop skills and knowledge, following the path of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS). 

Children who begin their education in a learning environment that is vibrant, purposeful, challenging and supportive stand the best chance of developing into confident and successful learners (EYFS 2007). Effective learning environments are created over time, as Pre School staff, Key person, and parents/carers work together, thinking and talking about children’s learning and planning how to promote it. 

 

Key Workers

 

Each child is allocated a Key Person who takes responsibility for your child’s development and is your main point of contact. The Key Person provides you with an insight into the day to day experiences of your child, by collecting different pieces of creative work, photographs and observations. This information is gathered into an individual Personal Book which is updated regularly, and shared with you and your child. 

Plans For Learning

 

We work in partnership with you and your child to ensure their development is as exciting, varied and progressive as possible. Each child is unique and requires individual care as they develop skills and knowledge, following the path of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)

Children who begin their education in a learning environment that is vibrant, purposeful, challenging and supportive stand the best chance of developing into confident and successful learners (EYFS 2007). Effective learning environments are created over time, as Pre-School staff, Key person, and parents/carers work together, thinking and talking about children’s learning and planning how to promote it.

Learning Journey

All children at the Pre School have a learning journey book which observes their experiences. Although it is mainly kept at Pre school it does belongs to the Parents/carers and the child. Over time it will tell a story about a child – their learning, friends and the activities that they enjoy.
Staff watch and notice each child at play, helping us to understand and support their individual well-being and development

Taster Sessions

 

We encourage you and your child to arrange a visit to the Pre-School. This helps familiarise your child and you with the Pre-School environment, our routines and staff. We understand all children are individuals and respect their differing needs. Some children settle quickly and others will take a little longer. This also gives you and your child an opportunity to meet with your Key Person. 

 

 

Your children’s education and welfare are our main priorities

Daily Routine

 

7.45 – Breakfast Club

8.45 – Morning Session – Doors open – self registration

9.00 – Gate Locked

 Registration and circle time (2 groups) – what are we doing today?

9.15 – Continuous Provision, including focus activity

9.30 – Outdoor continuous provision and snack table open

11.20 – Tidy up time

11.30 – Circle time/Story/Songs (2 groups)

11.45 – Gate open/Home time

11.45 – 12.15 – Lunch Club

12.15 – Afternoon session

12.15 – Continuous provision, including focus activity

1.00 – Outdoor continuous provision

1.15 – Snack table open

2.40 – Tidy up time

2.50 – Circle time/story time/songs (2 groups)

3.00 – 3.15 – Gate open/home time

3.15 – 4.45 – After school club

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