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Katie holds a BTec National Diploma in Childhood Studies and is currently studying the Foundation Degree in Early Childhood Studies.
Ella holds the Level 5 Children and Young Peoples workforce qualification.
Ami holds her Level 4 in Childhood Studies.
Staff members attend courses throughout the year run by Aspire as well as Local Authority Early Years trainning to ensure continuous improvements.
Who is Warbstow Pre-School open to?
The Pre-School is open to all children aged 2 years old to 4 years old. We accept funding for eligible 2 year olds as well as the univeral 15 hours funding for children aged 3 and 4, we also accept the extended 30* hours of free nursery provision each week for 38 weeks of the year. * subject to eligibilty.
The Pre-School runs sessional care; morning sessions are from 8:50am to 11:50am or 12:50pm if staying for lunch. Afternoon sessions are from 12:50pm to 3:30pm at an hourly rate of £3.75.
Learning Togther sessions run on a Friday afternoon, the children spend 1 hour in Class 1 with the Class 1 children, Mrs Sobey and Serena Reeves. Serena and the pre-school children return to pre-school at 2pm for a stay and play session with their parent or carer.
Children enter Warbstow CP School the year in which they celebrate their fifth birthday.
Please feel free to contact us f you have any questions regarding Warbstow Pre-School on 01566 781458.
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