Please check with your local children’s centre to find out what centre pre-school education of children offer. Find your nearest children’s centres and find what’s going on there. Come to meet parents, have fun or get information, advice and support.
You can search for things like baby weighing, parenting sessions, stay and play groups. There are lots of other places you can find information and advice about a wide range of issues and answer questions you may have. NCTThe UK’s largest parenting charity with lots of useful evidence based information. It is available for both iphones and android. We are a busy but friendly School and Children’s Centre, with lots going on.
This website aims to give you a taster of what we do, as well as providing regular updated information for everyone. We believe in inclusive quality education and care for all children and their families. Describes the different types of child care which are available to parents including creches, childminders, pre-schools. Early Start is a programme designed to boost educational achievement among disadvantaged three- and four-year-old children. Information on childhood education, including the role of the Department of Education and Skills. Pre-school childcare providers are regulated by law. Find out about the rules concerning play groups, day nurseries,crèches, childminders and other service providers.
The ECCE scheme provides a free year of early childhood care and education for children of pre-school age. The CCS Programme supports disadvantaged parents and parents in training, education or low paid employment to access childcare at reduced rates. There is a separate scehme for people on Community Employment. If you have been unemployed and you get a new job, increase the number of hours that you work or take up a place on an employment support scheme, you may be eligible for a subsidised after-school childcare place for primary school children. A subsidy reducing the cost of childcare for certain children in Tusla-registered childcare. We are a local community based, non-profit making Nursery and Pre-school. We have been in Liskeard for more than 30 years and we moved to our present site in the Liskerrett Community Centre in May 2002.
Pre-school Learning Alliance and registered with OFSTED. We welcome all children between the ages of 2 years and 5 years, and their families and carers. Open each weekday from 8am-4pm Term Time Only! We are a ‘Term Time Only’ setting. We have a new Manager and Committee to start the New Year off with a bang. We promote healthy eating and have Level 4 Nippers Nutrition. There are some great simple recipes to try on the nippers nutrition website.
If you are looking for ideas visit www. We like to provide parents with the opportunity to receive our newsletters via email. If you would like to receive your newsletter in this way, please speak to a member of staff. We always need spare clothes, so if you have any items that have been outgrown or are now unwanted please pass them on to us at pre-school. Please remember to clearly name your child’s lunch box and drinks bottles. As much as we all love sweets and confectionery please can this be left at home. Please ring and let us know if your child will not be attending their pre-school session.
It is really important that we keep a record of children’s absences especially in cases of illness. It also helps us plan for the day ahead. Just a note to say that unfortunately there is no parent parking available at the Liskerrett Centre. However we can supply parking permits for the Cattle Market Car Park which allow 15 minutes free parking, time for collection and dropping off children.
Please talk to staff if you would like a permit. All staff are here to help in any way they can. Each child has their own Key person and our Manager Tracey can be contacted via email or telephone if you wish to discuss something on a one-to-one basis. We are running four days play scheme during the Easter Holidays for children up to 7 years of age . Please read the Early Education Entitlement Document below to see when your child id entitled to free nursery hours. You will be asked to sign this agreement when you are inducted and accept a place at our nursery.
You could be entitled to 30 hours free child care! Go to the website below to find out if you are eligible! OUR LAST NURSERY SCHOOL INSPECTION REPORT. 0121 675 0362 Please do not ring this number for NHS enquiries please see below.