Wrenbury Pre School provides childcare for children between 2 and 5 years of age (prior to the transition to primary school). It is a charity, funded jointly by parents and grants, and is run by a Committee of volunteers in School House which is adjacent to the main school building and on the school site. in September 2017, Wrenbury Pre-school received a GOOD rating from Ofsted. Their report is attached.
We work closely with the pre-school staff to ensure that there is an excellent transition programme for the pre-school children in readiness for moving to primary school. This involves regular transition sessions that start in the spring term, where the children come across to the school and participate in a range of activities with our Base 1 staff. In the second half of the summer term, the children come across for longer sessions, one of which involves experiencing lunch in school. A parent evening is arranged to provide all the information needed to help our new parents get to know us too. Please read the attached Transition document for more information.
The pre-school join us for key events across the school year including Sports Day, special lunches etc. Our cook, Mrs Warner, prepares hot dinners for the pre-school children.
The Out Of School Club is located at School House. School and the OOSC staff, led by Mrs Wynne, work closely together to secure pupil's well-being and to link the learning in school to the activities undertaken at OOSC. OOSC operates five days a week from 7.30am — 8.45am and from 3.30pm to 6pm. The OOSC is popular with our parents as it provides a safe, happy, nurturing and enriching time for the children at both ends of the school day,
Children are brought across to school at 8:45am from the OOSC and collected from school hall at 3:30pm.