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The Pre-School provides 15 hours a week FUNDED CHILDCARE for all children aged 3 and 4 and eligible 2 year olds. From September 2014 more families with 2 year olds will receive 15 hours a week funded childcare. You can check if you are eligible by using the online eligibility checker at www.lancashire.gov.uk or by calling the Family Information Service on 0800 195 0137.
Parents could be eligible to Tax-free childcare, for further information and to apply please see; www.childcarechoices.gov.uk, www.gov.uk/childcare-calculator and www.gov.uk/government/publications/30-hours-free-childcare-eligibility.
We would like to welcome Edwina Ollerton to our preschool team. Edwina is level 3 qualified with over ten years school experience.
On the 23rd June 2017, Ofsted visited the pre-school to perform one of their regular inspections; the overall assessment was good, we had an “Outstanding” for Personal development, behaviour and welfare . A copy of the inspection report is now online and you can view our current report. Click Me to see the report
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Stay and Play is from 9am to 10.30am is an opportunity for parents or grandparents to spend some time with their child at Preschool. Please see latest newsletter for future Stay and Play dates.
From September, Preschool will be offering 3 free morning taster sessions during the term before a child starts Preschool.
30 hours funded childcare from 2017, please click here for more information from http://www.lancashire.gov.uk/ . Parents could also be eligible to Tax-
On the 23rd June 2017, Ofsted visited the pre-
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Charnock Richard Preschool has committed to Lancashire's year of reading .
During the year of reading, we are committed to:
- Becoming a reading setting
- Making some time each day to enjoy books together
- Seeking out every opportunity to improve provision and knowledge about reading progression within our setting
- Sharing stories in exciting and interactive ways to let children see what it looks like to get excited by books
- Working with our families, local schools, our local library and other partners to promote reading as a life-
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