Happy New Year!!
Due to unprecedented demand in January we are filling up places much quicker than usual. If you are thinking about sending your child to our nursery this year, or are an existing parent thinking about increasing the number of days your child attends, please don't hesitate to get your child's name down as soon as possible or we may not be able to guarantee a place.
Forms can be downloaded here.
We have added a full list of our policies and procedures here, available to download.
We can claim the Nursery Education Grant for your child from the school term following their third birthday. We do all of the necessary paperwork on your behalf, all you have to do is bring your child along. Contact us for more information.
If you want to guarantee your child a place on the days that suit you then contact us immediately to avoid disappointment.
Or you can print off, complete and post the forms from our parent pack.
You are also welcome to pop into one of our pre-schools during a session time and speak to either Sally or Helen and see what we do.
Please telephone us if you have not heard from us with regards to any registration forms you have posted back.
We are a registered morning child-care provider for 2-5 year olds and we aim to provide a fun, creative and educational environment.
You may remember us as Emmanuel Church Pre-School; we have changed our name but we retain the same high standards and many of the same staff.
Our Cheadle Hulme site is located in Emmanuel Church's community centre and is open every morning term time.
We take children from their second birthday and are experienced in caring for children who are in nappies and can help them through the process of toilet training and becoming more independent in preparation for school.
We are inclusive and welcome children with special needs, working in partnership with their support workers and providing additional support and care in accordance with the principles of the Special Educational Needs Code of Practice 2001 (SENCO).
All sessions are planned around the children's educational needs and interests and focus on their strengths as well as building them up in areas of additional need.