A. Yes. We have been registered since 2004 with an Outstanding report which can be found on the Ofsted website
A. We are open all year round except for one week over the Easter period, during Christmas and bank holidays and one week during August. Monday - Wednesday and Friday 8.30 – 1.30pm and Thursday 8.30 – 4.30pm. Morning sessions are 8.30 -12.30pm with an optional hour for lunch until 1.30pm. Afternoon sessions are 1.30 – 4.30pm. Lunch can be added to this session if required.
A. You can either phone the pre-school on 07748117651, call in and see us or email – email@example.com
A. Currently there isn’t a waiting list but places are given on a 1st come basis. If you require a place in the future it is advisable to register your child and select the sessions required. Once a registration fee is received your child's chosen session will be reserved.
A. Children can start at pre-school from 2 years old
A. We are a privately run pre-school that is based on a school site but there is NO requirement to attend the school and many of our children move on to other local schools of their choice.
A. In the term after your child turns 3 years old you will be offered a maximum of 15 hours of funding per week. This needs to be spread over 3 days and you can use a maximum of 6 hours per day. There is a maximum of 570 hours per year which can be spread throughout the year. Further information will be given when you register your child. A form will be issued termly for you to fill in and the rest will be dealt with by the setting.
A. Yes, we are currently registered with several companies (eg. busybees, leapfrog etc) offering childcare vouchers and are more than willing to register with companies offering similar schemes.
A. Yes. There are no limits on the time spent at the setting during opening hours.
A. Although there isn’t a minimum number of sessions that your child can attend it is always advised that while some children adapt very well to one session a week, others find the length of time between single sessions is too long and this can prolong the settling-in process.
A. Children bring in a packed lunch which is put in a fridge until 12.30pm. We adopt a Healthy Eating practice and encourage children to have an awareness of healthy food. Nuts and products containing nuts are not to be included in lunch boxes. Water is available throughout the session so drinks aren't needed in the lunchbox. Sweets/Confectionary can be eaten at home therefore should not be included in the lunchbox.
A. If your child is unwell and unable to attend the session, please let us know by phone as soon as possible. If your child is suffering from sickness and/or diarrhea they need to be kept home for 48 hours after their last bout. Information relating to other illnesses can be sourced from the internet, your doctor or local pharmacy.
A. Yes. We work with families and aim to assist with this milestone when everyone feels ready.