Spaces currently available for over 3's for morning sessions.
We are a preschool run by trained experienced staff with a management committee made up of volunteers. Our staff work together with parents and carers to create a caring environment. Our main priority is for children to feel secure, happy and confident as they take their first steps towards independence. As a registered charity and member of the Preschool Learning Alliance we share their ethos of enabling children to learn through play and to develop their potential at their own pace.
We are registered under the nursery grant scheme and our curriculum is based on the early learning goals of the foundation stage of the national curriculum. Our Tuesday afternoon session is called early starters and is for children aged from two and a half years.
Lord Deramores Primary School, School Lane, Heslington, York, North Yorkshire, YO10 5EE
Minimum age: 2 Years 6 Months
Maximum age: 5 Years
All childcare and services should make reasonable adjustments to support disabled children and young people or those with additional needs. Below is a statement from this provider about their inclusive practice and levels of experience of supporting different needs
“Heslington Pre-school has a comprehensive inclusion policy and actively seeks to provide the best environment possible for all children.The setting has improved access to the room for wheelchair users. Families are welcomed from all nationalities and the setting benefits from a multi-cultural intake. This year we have learnt a Japanese drum song and sampled Chinese and Indian foods.”
The Ofsted unique reference is 321542
See the Ofsted record for Heslington Pre-School for the latest inspection information.
Last updated: 6/5/2014
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