A Day in the Life

A lot goes on during our sessions. 

 

'Learning through play' can sometimes sound vague if you are trying to get a flavour of what a typical day at the pre-school can be like. 

 

So here are some examples of planned and impromptu activities that should help.


Butterfly Garden
Butterfly Garden
Tell us a Story
Tell us a Story
Handa's Surprize
Handa's Surprize
A Pirate's Adventure
A Pirate's Adventure

A typical Day.....

Below you will find the course of a typical day at the Pre-school. It should give parents an indication of how we structure our sessions.

 

Please note that things can, and do change, and activities vary according to what topics the children are covering at the time.

 

9.30 am             Self registration

                          Welcoming the children and parents as they arrive. 

                          Children find name and hang up their coats.

 

  Free Play*

 

10.00am             Doors open to veranda.  Supervised free flow play inside as well as 

                           outside veranda area

 

10.30-11.00        Snack time followed by story

 

11.00                  Supervised play in Garden/playground

 

11.50                  Story time

 

12.00-1.00         Supervised Lunch

                           Parents arrive to collect children leaving in the afternoon

 

 

12.45                  Afternoon session starts – Registration & Free play

                           Story time

 

1.00pm              Doors open to veranda.  Supervised free flow play inside as well as 

                          outside veranda area

 

1.45 – 2.15        Snack time

 

2.15-2.50           Supervised play in Garden/playground

                          Story time & Singing

 

 

We also have a number of 3rd party activities take place during term time, such as Musical Bumps, Theatre Tots, Rugby, Cooking Class and Young Stars.  These are usually between 11-12 and/or 2-3 and are booked at the beginning of every term. Want to find out more about our partners? Click here.

 

 

*Free Play is defined by the various activities available such as painting, gluing, role playing at our home corner, working at our computer area, using the LCD Screen as well as activities covering maths and literary skills.

 

Did you know?
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Our BLOG is full of bits and bobs about what the kids get up to.

 

Joining the pre-school? Download our Welcome Pack for some tips and useful information.

Welcome Pack 2016.pdf
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