Regulated and Inspected by the Office for Standards in Education
Welcome to the Website of Scorton Village Pre-School
We operate from a purpose built extension at Scorton War Memorial Institute; having sole use of the Pre-School building during pre-school hours. Set in the small rural village of Scorton, we serve both the local and wider community. Pre-school is registered with OFSTED as a full day care provider taking up to 30 children at the premises at any one time.
OPENING TIMES & FEES
8:00 am to 5:00 pm
Monday to Friday
(15/30 hours BETWEEN)
9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Monday to Friday
COST: £5.50 per hour
If you have any questions relating to this or any other matter, please don't hesitate to contact us.
We are registered to take Pre-Nursery Education Grants from our Local Authority.
15 Hours universal funding and 30 Hours extended funding from the term after the child's third birthday.
Setting the Standards for Learning, Development and Care for children from birth to five
Ofsted Inspection 2019
Scorton Village Preschool was inspected by Ofsted on 15th October 2019 and we retain, with pride, our overall classification as "Outstanding"!
The Learning And Development of Children In Pre-School. Our aim is to ensure that every child in our setting will reach their full potential. We are committed to providing an excellent play-based educational programme through which all individual children will enjoy and achieve. We follow the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) framework.
The Welfare of the Children In Our Setting. We are committed to ensuring that all children in our care are kept safe and secure. We promote good health and well being for all - ensuring that children have an understanding of healthy eating and opportunities for outside activities every day. Visit our Documents section for more information.
Activities Available For All Children
Play underpins all development and learning for young children. We provide well planned experiences based upon children's spontanious play, both indoors and outdoors.
We aim to ensure that we have a balance of child unrestricted and adult led play-based activities. Every day, children can paint, experience water and sand activities and experiment with model making.
The role play area can be developed to encourage children's interests and developing imagination. ICT equipment is always available and a good selection of programmes ensures that even the very beginners can use the computer.
A quiet book area is well stocked and gives children a developing interest in a variety of books to suit all. As equipment and toys are stored at child level, children are becoming independent - making choices and developing their own individual interests.
As part of our routine, children help prepare healthy snacks, join together for circle time and enjoy quiet moments at story and singing times.