PreschoolPreschool Opening in January 2022
Chestnut Park Preschool will open in January 2022 and provide education for 3-4 year olds.
At Chestnut Park Preschool we put children at the heart of every decision we make and every action we take.
We provide an extraordinary education, value individuality and prepare children with the knowledge, skills and values to be lifelong learners in an ever changing world.
We offer innovative learning opportunities that will inspire curiosity, develop inquiring minds and maximise learning potential for all children.
The Preschool curriculum is enriching, meaningful and active so that our children can become fully immersed in their learning. The children will learn through a series of well-planned ‘themed enquiries’ to engage them in a broad range of learning opportunities.
Our curriculum for the foundation stage is based on the 7 areas of learning within the EYFS Framework.
The 7 areas of leaning are: Communication and Language, Personal Social and Emotional Development, Physical Development, Literacy, Mathematics, Understanding the world, Expressive arts and design.
Also influencing the delivery of the curriculum are the 4 themes of the EYFS: The Unique Pupil, Positive Relationships, Enabling Environment, Learning & Development.
Children will learn through fully immersive ‘joy filled’ experiences where their teachers facilitate and challenge them to ensure they can meet their full learning potential.
If you are interested in a preschool place, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hold regular school tours and have a Preschool waiting list for up to a year in advance.
Preschool sessions are available Monday – Friday - Term time only.
- Breakfast Club - 8am to 9am
- Morning - 9am to 12pm
- Afternoon - 12pm to 3pm
- All Day - 9am to 3pm
- After School Club (early finish) - 3pm to 4pm
- After School Club (late finish) - 3pm to 5:30pm
Early Years Entitlement Funding
The Government provides universal 15 hours funded childcare for 3 and 4-year-olds to attend an early years setting for 38 weeks (190 days) of the year. Children become eligible to receive this funding the term after their 3rd birthday. Parents who are eligible and meet the criteria can apply for the extended 15 hours of funded childcare, meaning a child can attend for 30 hours funded by the government. In order to claim 3- and 4-year-old funding you will need to bring in your child’s birth certificate or passport and complete a Parent Declaration form at time of registration.
Sessions can be funded fully by Government funding or paid for privately.
Please complete the admission form and return to the school office: email@example.com
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