We are a community led Pre-School Nursery based at St.Bart’s Community Hall, Penn (opposite the Church).
We operate Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday.
Morning Short 8.15 – 11.30 £16.50
Morning Long 8.15 – 12.30 £20.00
St Barts School Pick-up/Drop-off £22.00
Afternoon Short 12.30 – 3.45 £16.50
All day 8.15 – 3.45 £32.50
Good OFSTED (achieved under the new more stringent 2016/17 grades) Children accepted from their 2nd birthday up to 5 yrs Additional Needs and special circumstances catered for Child iPads with video streaming, large screen and touch screen computers Bright, happy environment Established and well integrated team Foundation stage curriculum (EYFS) Terrific for 2’s Pre-School funding Free/funded places for 3 yr olds Flexible Payment Options and methods (including Paypal) Children accepted in nappies / pull-ups Friendly and qualified staff Easy parking Price Promise
- Click here to download our OFSTED report
- We admit children from their 2 nd birthday, up until August 31 st following their 5 th birthday. We don’t mind if they’re still in nappies, we will do all we can to help you to toilet train them when you want us to. Children follow the nationally approved Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum, giving them a great all-round educational start. We are also offering a wrap around service for children attending St Bartholomew’s Nursery, where you can bring your child to us and we will escort them to Nursery at 12.15pm, or we can collect them from Morning Nursery to attend our afternoon sessions.
- For more information call us on 07855 915289
| OFSTED says……… . (Excerpts fom our OFSTED Report)
Children develop understanding and learn to respect others through a
The active involvement of parents is encouraged through the setting’s website, newsletters and questionnaires to convey their views and preferences. Parents are carers are kept well informed about their children’s achievements through profiles and regular verbal feedback.
Evaluation of the setting includes listening carefully to the views of staff, children and parents. Staff receive ongoing support from the management and attend a wide range of relevant training courses. One of the owners uses his expertise to monitor the security of the premises and to enhance the information and communication technology opportunities for children. These aspects lead to better outcomes for children.
Staff support and reassure any new children. Good procedures have been adopted to protect children from the spread of infection, and staff take the necessary steps to promote their good health.
They develop an admirable understanding of personal hygiene and healthy eating through a variety of learning opportunities and routines. They thoroughly enjoy fresh fruits at snack times, and help themselves to drinks throughout the session. They have innovative opportunities to engage in a wide range of physical activities, both indoors and outdoors, such as those extending coordination, control, manipulation and movement.
Children show an interest in the activities available and relate well to their peers and staff, who support and encourage them to develop in confidence. They receive positive interaction from the staff, who spend time talking to and playing with them.
Staff create a bright and stimulating environment and offer an inclusive and welcoming service for all children and their parents. Effective deployment of resources promotes inclusion for all children.
The partnership with the local community, other providers and for the most part with
Friendly and welcoming staff promote the care of children in the setting. The
For a list of Playgroups and Pre-School Day Nurseries in the area that accept funded places please check the family information service web siteUnlike Barts Busy Bees not all Playgroups or Pre-School venues are covered by OFSTED or Follow the EYFS program of child development