We take children from their second birthday to school age
An introduction to Barton-le-Clay Pre-school
Barton-le-Clay Pre-school has been together for over 30 years. The format has changed over time but we are a longstanding feature within our village, taking children from two years old. Barton-le-Clay Pre-School was originally run from Barton Village Hall by a team of Volunteers and in 2010 it moved into the purpose built ‘Our Space’ building in the grounds of Ramsey Manor Lower School. It’s a lovely place full of engaged children and passionate educators. Of the 15 current members of staff, 9 have had children attend the Pre-School. In fact one of the team attended Pre-School as a child years ago!
Giving your child a good Pre-School experience is very important to us. For many children, Pre-School is their first experience in a structured setting socialising with large groups of children. It is an opportunity to learn, share, follow instructions and begin the foundation for learning which will occur in their first year at school.
We are registered with Ofsted, and are a member of the Early Years Alliance. We are a registered charity (reg. charity no. 1023883) and run by a voluntary management committee who employ trained and experienced staff to provide a safe and happy learning environment for the children in our care.
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