Pre School


Children benefit from adults who enjoy telling stories and can bring them to life.


Below are some tips to support  great story telling and share adventures in new and exciting ways throughout the day - with stories that spark and develop children’s imagination and creativity.


Tips and ideas:

  • Use different voices, tones, intonations and pauses to build anticipation and suspense during story times
  • Regularly update your book areas at home to provide material that meets the children’s areas of interests, including: fiction, non-fiction, poetry, magazines, comics, newspapers, recipe books, books showing people with disabilities as positive role models and homemade books
  • Stories should match children’s current levels of development, interests and length of concentration
  • Use story stonesshadow theatres and story boxes, making the children part of the story to encourage them to develop their own narrative
  • Create small reading nooks, change décor to match topics, or pop up reading tents in a new spot each day

Developing a love of books early is essential to support lifelong joy with literacy and story telling.

Morning songs

Days of the Week clap clap! to the tune of the Addams Family

What's The Weather -- by Nancy Kopman

Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.

Wake Up! School Assembly Song and Dance from Songs For EVERY Assembly by Out of the Ark Music

Wake the school up and get dancing with Out of the Ark's Wake Up! assembly song and dance routine from Songs For Every Assembly. Our Wake Up! song is bound t...

Preschool Activities and ideas
School is now only open for children whose parents are key workers or who are vulnerable and have no alternative childcare. If you require a place please contact the school using the emergency contact numbers that can be found in "About Us" under contact details.