Information

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.

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

Change4Life

Can you please ensure that grapes and cherry tomatoes, are cut in half to avoid the risk of choking (length ways).

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Starting at Broadhill Preschool

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 £9.00 & £4.50  – 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)

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

Should I keep my Child off School

Fostering in Oxfordshire

During February and March, Oxfordshire County Council’s fostering team is coming to Witney & Abingdon.

So, whether it’s early days and you’re just exploring what’s involved, you have questions that you need answering or you’ve been thinking about fostering for a while, and you’re ready to take the next step – why not join them in person or online to find out more.

Find out more on Oxfordshire County Council’s website

Fostering | Oxfordshire County Council

Fostering in Witney

The Lullaby Trust

The Lullaby Trust – More information abour safer sleeping for your child.