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Nurturing development through discovery

Perranporth Pre-School is a registered charity, originally opened in 2009, and is managed by a voluntary committee whose members comprise of parents of children attending the group. We share our building with Perranporth family help hub, but have our own self-contained area and are located next to Perranporth Community  Primary School. We operate in one large open plan room and a have access to two fully enclosed outside play areas, one of which holds our forest school.
 Perranporth Pre-school Nursery Childcare Cornwall
We currently employ 11 members of staff all of whom hold appropriate early years qualifications, and support your children in their learning helping them to thrive whilst in our care.
We are open from 8am-4pm, Monday to Friday during term time, with sessions from 8:45am-11:45am and 12pm-3pm or a full day.
We also offer a Breakfast Club, from 8am-8:45am and an After Pre-School Club from 3pm-4pm.
We welcome children with additional needs and those who speak English as an additional language.

 

If you are a parent who would like to help, either by joining the committee or by volunteering at some of our fundraising events, then please get in touch via our Contact us page.

“Children receive nurturing support to their social and emotional development. Parents speak highly of the strong bonds their children form with the caring and attentive staff.”

Messages from the team…

Week Commencing 8th march 2021

This week we are looking at the story the Scarecrow who didn’t scare.

Farmer Wallace has been busy making his scarecrow. But the birds took no notice… nor did the rabbits, or the mice. What would the farmer do when he sees his field? Follow the seasons as it all ends happily as the scarecrow and the animals make friends and find out they all have an important role to play.

Our Jolly Phonics sound of the week is m

Jolly Phonics “m” Sounds – YouTube

Our Makaton sign of the week is sorry

 

Fizz free February 

 

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