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Muddy Ducks Pre-School

Welcome to Muddy Ducks Pre-School

Hello and welcome to Pre-School! We are so thrilled to have your children join us and hope they have a wonderful year! Our Pre-School has up to 30 children who are 3-4 years old, for morning and/or afternoon sessions.

The sessions run as follows:

8:30 -11:30am (£18 per session if not covered by funded hours)

11:30 - 12:15pm Lunch Club (£1.50)

12:15 - 3:15pm (£18 per session if not covered by funded hours)

Families can choose either 5 mornings or five afternoons or the full week. Lunch club is charged at £1.50 per day and we ask for parents to provide the children with a packed lunch please. Children will be entitled to a free school meal once they start in Reception.

Spring 1 Field of Study:

We have absolutely loved our 'Starry Night' Field of Study this term. The children have really shown their creative skills and are developing their independence throughout their learning. It has been brilliant to see them all so settled into Preschool life. They are becoming such confident, determined learners. We cannot wait to see what we will discover in our next Field of Study 'Dinosaur Roar!’ Please click on the link below to see what we will be learning!


Autumn One Field Of Study:

Muddy Ducks Pre-School have learnt so much this term from 'Incredible Me!’ We have drawn self-portraits, identified people who help us and chatted LOTS about our favourite thing: ME! It has really helped to create confident, independent learners! The children have settled into the class routines brilliantly and we are so proud of their hard work.


Autumn Two Field Of Study:

This term our Field of Study is 'Starry Night' and we cannot wait to explore the differences in the world at night compared to during the day. We will learn all about the importance of a good night's sleep and discover what happens in the world while we are sleeping.  From 31st October, the class teacher will send out a weekly ‘memo’ on Tapestry, outlining the Key Text and learning for the week with some suggestions of activities you can do at home to support your child’s learning. We hope that this will give you a clearer picture of the exciting opportunities your child has in school each day and some of the strategies we use to help develop their skills and understanding.