Welcome to Wollaton Village Pre-School
About Us

 

 

Welcome to Wollaton village Pre-school

We are a non-profit making preschool nursery. We take funded children and non-funded children from 2 years to the term before they start School.

Sessions cost £10.50 Am and Pm sessions 9am-11:30am and 12:30pm-3pm.

Lunch club £4.50(please bring packed lunch) 11:30am -12:30pm.

Subject to availability we can provide extended care from 8:30-4pm.

Slight increase on extended childcare outside of those hours, if you require extended hours please speak to a member of staff. 

We are open 38 weeks of the year 5 days a week.

We can provide Morning, Afternoon, Am plus lunch, Pm plus lunch, Full day care or a mixture of all of those.

We can offer the 30 hours free childcare a week from September 2017 for qualifying children.

We are extremely flexible in finding the best fit when you decide to use your funded and non-funded hours.

 

We have an experienced team of dedicated qualified staff and High Ratios.

Established in 1963 Wollaton Village Pre-School is a non-profit making registered charity that has for Over 50 years been providing pre-school activities (during term time) in a caring environment.
We are managed by a committee of volunteers drawn from the parents and carers of children attending the pre-school.

We welcome children from two years of age. Each child is assigned their own key person who ensures that they are safe, happy, content and following the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) as set out by the department of education.

We offer children a fun and safe environment where they can grow and learn through age appropriate activities to ready them for infant school.
We encourage the personal, social and emotional development of each child through the EYFS.

Activities are changed each session so that the children participate in a wide variety of activities and gain knowledge in a great number of skills.  

Activities include: sand and water, play dough, painting, drawing, colouring, gluing and sticking, pattern and shape making, stories, outside play, letter and number work and construction play.  

All these activities encourage growth in both gross and fine motor skills and promote the early learning goals of mathematics, language, and literacy, personal and social development, creativity, physical development, and science and technology.

We also have a home corner where children can role play to encourage their imagination.

We liaise closely with the local schools to ensure a smooth transition from pre-school to infant school.