​Pre School Nursery

30 Hours Funding Available for working parents

Opening Hours


We are open daily during term time, and operate the following hours:


Morning      9.00am - 12.00pm

Lunch         12.00 - 1.00pm   (school dinner or packed lunch)

Afternoon   1.00 - 3.30pm

We offer fully flexible sessions to funded children within these core hours.


We also offer wraparound care (Breakfast and After School Club) open to children from the age of 3 to 9 years old.  These hours can form part your child's funded entitlement.



Children join us from the term after their second birthday. Funding is provided for children from the term after their third birthday, as part of the Government scheme to provide up to 15 or 30 hours (where applicable) of free early learning per week to three and four year olds.


Children move on to Hedgehogs Class in the September after they are four. The children are well prepared for this by the range of different activities provided in the Pre-school.


We have daily contact with parents /carers and involve them in their child’s learning. Parents are invited to attend an open evening each term. This gives them extra time to discuss their child’s development and progress with the child's key worker, and view and contribute to the child's records.

Our Pre School Nursery

...opened in September 2008, on the grounds of the primary school. It is a large and bright building with its own playground and garden, directly accessible from our playroom, enabling all children to access a secure outdoor environment at any time of the day.

Our pre-school nursery has the same ethos as the main school and all our children wear school uniform.  We believe that quality Early Years education is essential to enhance children's learning and development and offer a caring, happy, secure and stimulating learning environment. We organise our sessions so that children can choose from, and work at a range of activities. In doing so, children build up their ability to select and work through a task to it's completion.

The children are also helped and encouraged to take part in adult-led activities in small and large groups to introduce them to new experiences and help them to learn to work with others. Our children can decide when they have a drink or snack and thay are able to help themselves. Each child has a book bag and can borrow books to take home.


Our curriculum is based on the Early Years Foundation Stage and is tailored to meet the child's needs and interests through a close partnership with parents and a strong key person system, The seven areas of learning are:


Three Prime areas:

Personal, Social and Emotional Development

Physical Development

Communication and Language

Plus four specific areas:



Understanding the World

Expressive Arts and Design


Mrs C Thorne - Teacher

Mrs L Thompson - Teacher

Mrs J Lee - Senior Early Years Practioner




Current Session Fees

£5.00 per hour


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