Term Dates: 2019 – 2020

Autumn Term: 4th September – 24th October 2019

October Holiday: 28th October – 1st November 2019

Autumn Term: 4th November – 19th December 2019 – We close at 12pm on this day

Christmas Holiday: 20th December – 3rd January 2020

Spring Term: 6th January – 14th February 2020

Spring Half Term: 17th February – 21st February 2020

Spring Term: 24th February – 3rd April 2020

Easter Holiday: 6th April – 17th April 2020

Summer Term: 20th April – 22nd May 2020

Late Summer Half Term: 25th May – 29th May 2020

Summer Term: 1st June – 17th July 2020 – We close at 12pm on this day

Bank Holidays: 25th December, 26th December, 1st January, 10th April,

13th April, 8th May and 25th May

Inset Days: 2nd , 3rd September, 25th October, 20th & 21st July

Term Dates: 2020 – 2021

Term 1: 1st September – 21st October 2020 (Inset 22nd & 23rd October)

October Holiday: 26th October – 30th October 2020

Term 2: 2nd November – 18th December 2019 (12pm finish)

Christmas Holiday: 21st December – 1st January 2021

Term 3: 4th January – 12th February 2021

Spring Half Term: 15th February – 19th February 2021 (Inset 22nd February)

Term 4: 23rd February – 31st March 2021

Easter Holiday: 1st April – 16th April 2021

Term 5: 19th April – 28th May 2021

Late Summer Half Term: 31st May – 4th June 2021 (Inset 7th June)

Term 6: 8th June – 21st July 2021 (12pm finish) (Inset 22nd July)

Bank Holidays: 25th December, 28th December, 1st January, 2nd April,

5th April, 3rd May and 31st May

Inset Days: 22nd, 23rd October, 22nd February, 7th June & 22nd July



Parents are asked to contribute some fruit, bread, breadsticks or a small contribution, for our communal snack time that takes place each session. Children are given the opportunity to have a drink of water or milk and some fruit, water remains accessible throughout sessions.

Can you please ensure that grapes and cherry tomatoes, are cut in half to avoid the risk of choking. We would also be grateful for no food with cocktail sticks.

It is very important for you to tell us if your child has any food sensitivities or allergies. Please inform the staff as soon as possible.

We are always Actively Promoting Healthy Eating – Here are some links to give you ideas of an Ideal Lunchbox contents:

An Ideal Lunchbox

NHS Live Well Eat Well


Each child will be given a peg to hang up their belongings along with a shelf underneath to place their own wellies. This will have their name along with a picture of an animal/insect.

They also have their own drawer clearly labelled again, this is to store any work to take home and any letters/correspondence for parents/guardians.

Can you please send your child, with spare sets of clothes, underwear/nappies and appropriate outdoor clothing.

Please ensure all items of clothing are clearly labelled with your child’s name.

School sweatshirts and T-Shirts are available to purchase at £7.25 & £3.95  – These are available to purchase direct with us.


Partnership With Parents

We like the children to share achievements from home and also what they have shared with you that they have enjoyed at Preschool. We ask for this information to be completed on an Apple (these are issued in Library Book Bags or are available from the tree)

Apple Tree Letter

Join our Lending Library

Early Years Pupil Premium is additional help available to support your child’s learning….

Are you eligible for the Early Years Pupil Premium?

If you are please complete this form or ask a member of staff for a copy