We offer children:-
- A curriculum enabling each child to work towards their optimum
development, in a way that suits them best.
- A high staff ratio, which enables more individual care and attention.
- Socialising opportunities with children and adults.
- Support of a key person.
- Opportunities for family members to be involved in the groupís activities.
Before your child begins with us we suggest you visit together, meet the
staff and become familiar with the routine of the day. This gives you time
to ask questions and helps your child to see what is expected. Settling in
is a very important pare of learning. Sensitively approached, your child
will gain confidence and feel secure. If your child becomes distressed we w
ill contact you, so it is important to leave your contact number.
Key person :-
On joining your child will be allocated a key worker, who will be happy to
liase with you concerning progress during their time with us. The key person
will normally be available as you collect your child, for consultation.
The Pre-School is managed by a committee; there is an open invitation to all
parents to attend meetings. These are normally held once a term, the staff
will advise when the next one is due. Any parent can become involved, and
volunteer to become an officer, or serving member.
Parent helpers/ volunteers are very welcome in sessions.
The staff will regularly take photos of the children to inform profiles, and
to evidence development during activities. These may be displayed in the
setting from time to time.
From time to time it may be necessary to raise funds. We always appreciate
any efforts made to help us, no matter how small and however made.
Any information that you share with us regarding your child or family
situation will be treated with confidence and will be kept securely.
Information relating to Child Protection issues will be shared with the
We welcome suggestions on improvement to our setting. Any formal complaints
should be directed to the Leader, in line with the Policy.