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Developing the children’s confidence and social skills is key to our mission at St Paul’s, as is making sure they enjoy their time at pre-school. The wide variety of indoor and outdoor play on offer enables them to acquire new talents and explore new interests.

Indoors

We can change the set-up of the hall (illustrated above) to allow for a wide range of activities, although it usually features a home corner, a library area, craft tables, a dressing-up cupboard, musical instruments, a “Small World” area, a construction mat and a varied selection of games, puzzles and toys and indoor PE equipment.

We have a table for maths and literacy, a computer and lots of time for singing, making music and cooking.

Outdoors

Our outside play areas include a surfaced courtyard playground that features a wooden pirate ship, a play house, a large sandpit, water play, gardening, a selection of bikes, tricycles and ride-on toys and a vast array of PE equipment.

There is also a grass meadow with plenty of space to run around, planks to build with and tyres, slides and small climbing equipment.

We have a newly developed sensory garden within the courtyard which promotes multi-sensory learning.

The children spend plenty of time outside, in all weather, and need to dress prepared for fun.

OUR PRE-SCHOOL ROUTINE

9.15am  Greeting, registration and joining the group for free play, adult led activities indoors and outdoors

9.30am  Key group work

10.20am  Snack time opens

11.50am   Tidy-up time indoors and outdoors

12.00 pm  The group gathers for song and story time

12.15 pm  End of morning session

13.15 pm  END of lunch club on THURSDAY AND FRIDAY

14.15 pm   END of extended session on MONDAY, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY

 

 

 

 

 

 

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