Finch Lane, Lancashire, WN6 9DT
01257252647

Preschool

Just to let you know that nursery is in great demand and there are limited places for next year if you are thinking of extending your child’s sessions, we have a waiting list for full days.

Parents coming to visit often ask about their child’s preschool year, this is just the year before your child goes to school. In the early years setting, learning is differentiated to meet the developmental needs of individual children and is at the center of how we deliver the curriculum. 

Our curriculum covers all seven areas of the EYFS (Physical Development, Communication and Language, Personal, Social and Emotional Development, Mathematics, Literacy, Expressive Arts and Design, and Understanding of the World).

All children start to get ready for school the moment they start nursery. We encourage and support children to become independent in their personal needs, like washing their hands and putting their coats and shoes on and off.

Children in nursery choose their own lunch, this helps them to make choices. At lunchtime, It’s not just preschool children who take their trays back after lunch, but all children have started to do this because they feel confident doing it; Mrs. Dunn the head teacher says it’s fantastic they want to and can do this. Of course, we use different parts of the school, so they get used to moving into different places, all this and much more becomes school readiness. This also means they see the older children and that develops a sense of being part of the community of All Saints School.

The parents that visit are amazed that children have free flow provision from the indoor and outdoor play space, which is not seen in many nurseries. We know the outdoor space is very important to children’s well-being, health, mental health, and their overall development; Down in the Forest is an extension of the outside provision and even our youngest children access it.

If you require any more information regarding learning and development or want to catch up with your child’s key person, please phone to make an appointment.

Website for parental information 

Please see the website below to find lots of fantastic and useful information for your children's development.

Along the main page, you will see four main tabs, Child Development, Life Skills, Health A-Z, and Resources.

In these sections, you will find helpful information on all kinds of things, such as toileting, activities that focus on the development of certain skills and areas, and timelines of typical child development.

 

https://www.nhsggc.org.uk/KIDS

safer sleep in winter

oral health

What to expect in the early years foundation stage

the brain and how children learn

part 1

We completed the Step with Boys module and Brilliant Boys training, below you will find lots of interesting information about how children develop and boys in particular.

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THE BRAIN AND HOW CHILDREN LEARN

PART 2

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THE BRAIN AND HOW CHILDREN LEARN

PART 3

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Finch Lane, Lancashire, WN6 9DT
01257252647

Preschool

Just to let you know that nursery is in great demand and there are limited places for next year if you are thinking of extending your child’s sessions, we have a waiting list for full days.

Parents coming to visit often ask about their child’s preschool year, this is just the year before your child goes to school. In the early years setting, learning is differentiated to meet the developmental needs of individual children and is at the center of how we deliver the curriculum. 

Our curriculum covers all seven areas of the EYFS (Physical Development, Communication and Language, Personal, Social and Emotional Development, Mathematics, Literacy, Expressive Arts and Design, and Understanding of the World).

All children start to get ready for school the moment they start nursery. We encourage and support children to become independent in their personal needs, like washing their hands and putting their coats and shoes on and off.

Children in nursery choose their own lunch, this helps them to make choices. At lunchtime, It’s not just preschool children who take their trays back after lunch, but all children have started to do this because they feel confident doing it; Mrs. Dunn the head teacher says it’s fantastic they want to and can do this. Of course, we use different parts of the school, so they get used to moving into different places, all this and much more becomes school readiness. This also means they see the older children and that develops a sense of being part of the community of All Saints School.

The parents that visit are amazed that children have free flow provision from the indoor and outdoor play space, which is not seen in many nurseries. We know the outdoor space is very important to children’s well-being, health, mental health, and their overall development; Down in the Forest is an extension of the outside provision and even our youngest children access it.

If you require any more information regarding learning and development or want to catch up with your child’s key person, please phone to make an appointment.

Website for parental information 

Please see the website below to find lots of fantastic and useful information for your children's development.

Along the main page, you will see four main tabs, Child Development, Life Skills, Health A-Z, and Resources.

In these sections, you will find helpful information on all kinds of things, such as toileting, activities that focus on the development of certain skills and areas, and timelines of typical child development.

 

https://www.nhsggc.org.uk/KIDS

safer sleep in winter

oral health

What to expect in the early years foundation stage

the brain and how children learn

part 1

We completed the Step with Boys module and Brilliant Boys training, below you will find lots of interesting information about how children develop and boys in particular.

imageimageimageimageimageimage

THE BRAIN AND HOW CHILDREN LEARN

PART 2

imageimageimageimageimageimage

THE BRAIN AND HOW CHILDREN LEARN

PART 3

imageimageimageimageimageimage