We pride ourselves on the provision we provide and have achieved over the last 31 years and this is by the team’s dedication to the job and pride in what we all do as a team.


Our team is always evolving especially when staff leave and start and in the last couple of years this is happening after some team members moved on or retired, we have made it our priority to build our standards and need our parents and carer on board to help us do this.

It is having an interest in helping children to develop in a safe and secure environment whilst they play and learn their new experiences and extend what they already know.

We are always aiming higher by trying to provide quality but this is difficult as a part of the voluntary sector and a registered charity who rent our premises and must pack away all of our equipment into one cupboard.

We pride ourselves on Promoting all forms of play, indoors and outdoor play and in the welcome pack you receive on your child starting the Pre-school includes leaflets to explain how we do this. and that the ‘Four guiding principles’ all shape our practice:

  1. Unique Child
  2. Positive Relationships
  3. Enabling environments
  4. Children develop and learn in different ways and at different rates.

Every child is a unique child, constantly learning and they can be resilient, capable, confident and self-assured individuals;

Children attending our Pre-school will be provided with the opportunity to develop and learn to be strong and independent individuals through positive relationships; we help and promote the characteristics of learning during the children’s play. That the children learn and develop well in an enabling environment, in which their experiences are respond to and their individual needs are met.

Over the years we have prided ourselves on having a good partnership between practitioners and parents and/or carers;

As we all know that children develop and learn in different ways and at different rates and that this covers the education and care of all children including children with special educational needs and disabilities.