Established in the late 1960’s, Seer Green Pre-School is a community-based pre-school, which is a registered charity.
The Committee: It is run by a Committee of parents of children who attend the Pre-School.
The Staff: Our staff are one of our key strengths. All the teachers at Seer Green Pre-School are well-qualified, experienced and dedicated.
Community links: The skills of parents, grandparents and friends are always greatly appreciated and many a long term friendship is made through this small part of the community (children, parents and grandparents alike).
Location: The pre-school is held in the John Orme Room in the Jubilee Hall, Seer Green. The hall is owned by the Parish Council and the John Orme Room is also used by other groups at weekends and during school holidays.
Ofsted: We were last inspected by Ofsted in November 2016 receiving a rating of “Outstanding” in all areas. Please read full details here: Ofsted Report 2016
Aims & Objectives
We are a community-based charity Pre-School run by the parents of Seer Green and staffed by experienced qualified personnel. The Pre-School cares for up to 20 children per session between the ages of two-and-a-half and 5 years of age.
Our aim is to provide the highest quality Early Years care and education, by inspiring and motivating children to learn in a safe, stimulating and happy environment.
We aim to do this through:
- Offering a challenging and play-based curriculum, according to the Early Years Foundation Stage, in order to encourage children’s social, emotional, intellectual and physical development.
- Ensuring every child’s individual needs are met, thereby enabling them to reach their full potential.
- Developing warm responsive relationships between adults and children.
- Working in partnership with parents, involving them fully in their child’s learning and development.
- Encouraging staff to gain higher qualifications and improve skills.
- Continuously improving the quality of provision, by identifying our strengths and setting goals for improvement.