Wednesday, 19 December 2018

Importance of early years building blocks

YOU only get one ‘first day’ at school and we aim to ensure it is a

YOU only get one ‘first day’ at school and we aim to ensure it is a warm and welcoming one, helping your child take their first educational steps towards a rich and confident future.

Children can join the nursery from the age of three and enter reception in the year they turn five. From that first day, we introduce them to a range of thought-provoking, engrossing and hands-on activities and lessons. It’s also a reassuring environment in which children discover we learn through making mistakes.

Early years pupils enjoy a very high teacher/student ratio, ensuring children get the care, attention and support they need. Our independent status also allows us to interpret and tailor the requirements of the National Curriculum and put that structure to one side if it seems appropriate.

Children who benefit from joining St Piran’s from the beginning are much more receptive to new ideas and we employ specialist teachers to introduce other subjects and activities, such as French and swimming.

In addition to establishing the role of the teacher for the future, we understand youngsters need that extra bit of care to see them through the first days, weeks and terms of their educational journey.

We are pleased to be able to offer our parents flexible, wraparound care, including breakfast club from 7.30am. extended day until 6pm and holiday clubs.

We are currently registering children for September 2015 and we welcome you to come and visit.

To make an appointment please call the admissions office on 01628 594302 or email

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