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At Ben Rhydding Pre-school we value the partnerships we build with parents and carers. Good communication between everyone involved with your child’s education and development is key to ensuring they make the most of their pre-school experience.

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That’s why we ask you to complete our Child Profile Form – to give us a rounded picture of your child. It’s also why we like to arrange a ‘taster’ session before your child starts – to give you a rounded picture of our pre-school and our team.

 

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We’d like to keep listening and talking to you throughout your child’s time with us which is why we assign your child a ‘key person’ – your personal point of contact in the pre-school – and invite you to “Stay and Play” with us.

 

Screen Shot 2013-02-28 at 14.42.44If you want to become more involved with the pre-school, you’re very welcome to attend or help with events, join in our fundraising efforts, contribute to our parent noticeboard or newsletter or join our committee. When your child joins Ben Rhydding Pre-school, we all become partners in their care.

Welcome to the team.

If you have any questions, please use the form below to contact us.

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