A warm welcome from the team at Little Flyers Pre School…
We are a high quality, small, friendly Preschool in the heart of Sway in the new forest, which has been established nearly 50 years. We offer flexible childcare for children 2 years to school age and are open from 8am-5pm for 48 weeks per year. With outstanding ratios and fully trained, passionate staff, we feel we can provide an excellent environment for your child to feel safe and secure enabling then to learn and grow at their own pace. The layout of the preschool allows continuous access to outdoor play, a vital part of the Early Years curriculum. We also have regular access to the main Hall. We offer breakfast, hot lunch and dinner options, all nutriously scumptious and prepared on site. We are also very excited to be able to offer a holiday club for children aged 4-7. Providing fun, stimulating activities to keep them entertained during school breaks.
Government funding is avilable for eligable 2-5 year olds.
Visits are welcome any time - please call on 01590 718061 or email email@example.com
In November 2015 we were given another 'Good' Ofsted report-
Summary of Key findings for parents-
This provision is good Children thoroughly enjoy their time at the pre-school. They build strong relationships with the staff, who ensure they are happy and settled. Staff are caring and meet children's individual needs well. The manager and the staff team work very well together and have a good understanding of the requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage. Staff undertake training to improve their teaching skills and use what they learn to the learning experiences they offer children. Parents are kept well informed about what staff are planning and the day-to-day running of the pre-school. They are invited to regularly comment on their child's progress to help ensure a continuous learning environment flows from the setting to home and back. Staff demonstrate a secure understanding of how children learn. They provide a stimulating and well-organised environment, and this helps children to make their own choices about their play. Children are making good progress in their learning.