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About Us

St Paulinus Pre-School is a non-profit making organisation and a registered charity, ensuring that all revenues are reinvested in your child's development.

We are registered with, and regularly inspected by Ofsted, copies of our latest report are available to view online or a printed copy is held onsite.

St Paulinus Pre-School is a member of the Pre-School Learning Alliance.

Our Objectives

  • To enhance and promote the development and education of pre-school children.
  • To provide a caring, stimulating environment in which the children can feel secure and confident.
  • To help the children to fulfil their individual potential.
  • To prepare the children for school.
  • to encourage and foster a good relationship between the school, the children’s families and the local community.
  • Develop the children’s awareness of self and others, and their needs, regardless of their race, culture or religion.

Our Curriculum

St Paulinus Pre-School works towards the Six Areas of Learning and Development as recommended by the Department for Children, Schools and Families. These are:

  1. Personal, Social and Emotional Development
  2. Communication, Language and Literacy
  3. Problem Solving, Reasoning and Numeracy
  4. Knowledge and Understanding of the World
  5. Physical Development
  6. Creative Development

These areas are promoted in a caring, stimulating and varied environment. The timetable of a typical day can be found here.

Parents’ and Carers’ Involvement

We have always enjoyed the support of a strong committee of parents, whose input helps form Pre-School policies and who organise events and fund raising for the benefit of the children. All parents automatically become Parent-Committee members and each family has one vote in General Meetings, normally held annually.

We recognise that parents have a lot to offer and that children’s experiences at home are highly significant to achievement, and when parents/carers and staff in each setting work together to support children’s learning, the result can have a measurable and lasting effect upon children’s achievement.