We strive to provide a happy, safe, caring and stimulating learning environment,
in which all members of the pre-school community are valued as individuals
and are encouraged to reach their full potential.
The Pre-school Team
Thank you so much to everyone for your kindness during these difficult times. We were sad for the sudden closure, but look forward to linking up with you all in the meantime. If you need any support whilst Pre-school is closed, please email us at: [email protected]
We appreciate that times are tough and unplanned. Always remember that you as parents, are your child’s first and most enduring educators. Our best advice during this time is for you to Play, as it develops a huge range of skills needed in early development! Enjoy the magic, awe and wonder of play!
Please see the ideas we have put together for you. We by no means expect you to do them all, but we’ve had lots of requests for some ideas. Hope it helps!
Take care and we hope to see you all very soon.
The Pre-school team.
A Parent’s Guide to Promoting Early Learning and Development at Home (0 – 5 years) Supporting Families During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Hungry Little Minds is a Government website for 0-5 year olds which includes a range of recommended simple, fun activities including apps and games you can do with your child. These have been given a quality mark for their educational value.
All activities on the site are in line with the current social distancing guidance.
Click here to visit Hungry Little Minds
You may also find this Government guidance on how to help pre-school children learn at home during COVID-19 useful:
Basic Skills For School Readiness
Please continue to focus on independence and the basic skills for school readiness. BCP have put together a Caterpillar with targets (see link below), for you to practise whilst at home. Have a go! What can your child already do? What do they need to practise? If you need any help, or ideas in achieving the goals, please email us at: [email protected]
Dave The Dog Is Worried About Coronavirus
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