BIRDHAM PRE-SCHOOL AT A GLANCE
Our beautiful little Pre-School within the village of Birdham, near Chichester, West Sussex, sharing the grounds with Birdham CE Primary School.
Offering your child fabulous fun filled days helping them develop and learn through play.
We love having different themes and events to focus on, learning different celebrations all over the world, charity days and fundraising themed days, we even occasionally throw in a dress up day too.
We have an open door policy so children can choose to spend their free play time indoors or outside – whatever the weather! Safe and enclosed, we have sun shades to protect through warmer days but also to protect us from the wind in the winter too.
It is a valuable space for the children’s physical and social development and is used daily.
MEET THE MANAGERS
We open from 9am to 3:30pm, Term time only, Monday to Friday.
Our Morning sessions are 9am to 1pm and afternoon sessions 1pm to 3.30pm, we also offer a school day 9 to 3pm.
We also offer a breakfast club from 8 to 9am which can be accessed also by Birdham Primary School Children.
With our busy days at the Pre-School we ensure daily photos and updates are uploaded to Parent Zone which we use to communicate with our families and keeping them updated with their development whilst at the Pre-School.
In line with evidence-based best practice and in order to meet OFSTED requirements, Birdham Pre-school adheres to a full compliment of policies and procedures aimed at ensuring the best possible standards of care, education environment and safety for your child.
All our policies and procedures are available to read, if you wish to read them or to have a copy, please ask a senior member of staff.
Under the Children's Act, the Pre-school has a responsibility to children in its care. It must report any incident or suspected incident of abuse to the appropriate local authority department and OFSTED.
All Birdham Pre-school staff and committee members observe the highest levels of confidentiality of information at all times.
Good communication is essential for a positive partnership. If you have any concerns, please speak to a member of staff.