We recognise that parents/carers are the first and most important educators of their children. Our staff see themselves as partners with families in providing care and education for their children.

We believe that strong parent partnerships rely on ongoing open communication. To achieve this, we schedule regular catch-ups, circulate a weekly newsletter and host regular events such as Mother’s Day breakfasts and reading with children on World Book Day.

For a partnership to work well, it must be built on trust, transparency and responsibility from all parties involved. We achieve this by encouraging our families to:

  • Exchanging knowledge about their children’s needs, activities, interests and progress with the staff
  • Volunteer to help-out with pre-school sessions
  • Share their own interests, cultural celebrations, and jobs with the children
  • Take part in events
  • Building friendships with other parents/carers
  • Joining in community activities.
As a charity-run pre-school, we are a not for profit organisation which means any money raised is re-invested in the pre-school. We actively encourage involvement from our parents to support the enrichment of the experience of the children in our care. For more details of how parents can get involved please see our Committee page