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St. Helens Pre-School

St. Helens Pre-School
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The quality of education Good
Behaviour and attitudes Good
Personal development Good
Leadership and management Good
Overall effectiveness at previous inspection Not Applicable
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Indoor and Outdoor Facilities: Children happily explore a rich learning environment both indoors and outdoors
Philosophy: Children are encouraged to make their own choices and take turns, focusing on personal independence
Activities: Regular yoga, music, and movement sessions to promote physical development and well-being
Skills , Knowledge and Behavior: Staff use their knowledge of children's needs to support learning further, aiming for self-confidence and positive behavior
Communication: Parents feel informed about their children's progress and appreciate good communication from staff
Community Building: Engages in fundraising initiatives with the local community
Programs and Resources: Effective use of funding provides high levels of care and support for SEND children
Staff Training: Staff receive continuous training to better support SEND children
Welcoming and Professional Staff: Staff are described as attentive and show a strong bond with children
Safeguarding Training: All staff have completed safeguarding training and understand their responsibilities
Play and Learning Integration: Children's learning is supported through play, such as building train tracks and creating tunnels from shoe boxes
Transition to Primary School: Nursery prepares children well for the next stage of their education
Diversity Management: Provides a language-rich environment, introducing new words and stories, particularly for children learning English as an additional language
Child Safety Management: Regular risk assessments and staff completed safeguarding training ensure children's safety
Children's Safety and Security: Children feel secure and develop strong bonds with their key persons
Teaching Personal Safety: Children learn to use equipment safely and understand the importance of hygiene
Happiness and Settling: Children are happy, confident, and secure in their environment
Nutritional Menu: Children are provided with opportunities to try new foods and learn about the importance of a balanced diet
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St. Helens Pre-School is a Nursery, Nursery located in Norfolk, East of England.

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Playing, Learning, and Growing Together Their future is our greatest passion.
For kids as young as 2, we're open Monday through Friday (during the academic year only).
Any additional hours beyond the 15 hours per week free entitlement must be paid in advance within four weeks of the date of invoice; however, there are several individualised payment alternatives available.
Every child, regardless of origin or family circumstances, has access to a universal free 15-hour programme starting the term after their third birthday and continuing until they reach compulsory school age.
For families receiving certain subsidies, up to 15 hours of free early childhood education are offered starting in the term after a child turns 2 years old. For funded spots for 2-year-olds, verification of eligibility for free financing will be necessary prior to the start of the programme.
Working parents who meet the national requirements are eligible for extended entitlement for children after their third birthday, up to 30 hours per week.
You will be given the option of a home visit before the kid begins. The Manager and the Key Person will handle this. The chance to get to know the child in their natural setting is wonderful for the important person.
When the child begins to attend, we go over the process of settling in with his or her parents and decide together what will work best to help the child adjust to the environment.
If you want to buy uniforms for your child, we can provide them.
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Holidays & terms

Holidays 2023/24

Holidays Date
Autumn Half Term Holidays 23rd Oct 2023 - 27th Oct 2023
Winter Holidays 21st Dec 2023 - 3rd Jan 2024
Spring Half Term Holidays 19th Feb 2024 - 23rd Feb 2024
Spring Holidays 28th Mar 2024 - 12th Apr 2024
Summer Half Term Holidays 27th May 2024 - 31st May 2024
Summer Holidays 22nd Jul 2024 - 3rd Sep 2024

Terms Dates 2023/24

Terms Dates
Autumn Term 6th Sep 2023 - 22nd Oct 2023
Autumn Term-2 28th Oct 2023 - 20th Dec 2023
Spring Term 4th Jan 2024 - 18th Feb 2024
Spring Term-2 24th Feb 2024 - 27th Mar 2024
Summer Term 13th Apr 2024 - 26th May 2024
Summer Term-2 1st Jun 2024 - 21st Jul 2024
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