Early Education

Borras Park Early Education Provision

The Welsh Assembly Government has funded an initiative which entitles your child to attend an approved Early Education setting in the TERM following their third birthday.  This is in addition to the existing LA Nursery provision in schools in the September following the child’s third birthday.

This will mean that a funded education place will be available from January (spring term) for children born between 1 September and the returning date after the Christmas holiday.  A funded place will also be available from April (summer term) for children born between 1 January and  the returning date after the Easter holiday each year.

Your child can have a place in an approved setting for five sessions a week, one per day, of 2 hours duration. We are registered to accommodate 27 children.

Admission forms are available online from September.

January (Spring term) intake - 01/09/2017 - 27/10/2017 - CHILDREN MUST HAVE THEIR 3rd BIRTHDAY ON OR BEFORE 8th JANUARY 2018

• After Easter (Summer term) intake - 30/10/2017 - 22/12/2017 - CHILDREN MUST HAVE THEIR 3rd BIRTHDAY ON OR BEFORE 9th APRIL 2018

Late applications will be processed after those that have been received on time.

In addition to your Funded Early Years application you must also complete a separate Nursery application for September 2018 before the closing date 23/02/2018

Click on link below to apply online. Please complete them promptly.

                     

Early Education online admission

 

At Borras Park Community Primary School we run our Early Education sessions for two hours daily, starting after Christmas.

We also provide Full day care provision for a nominal fee if there are any spaces in Nursery Plus.

During these sessions we provide quality assurance linked to CSSIW regulations and Estyn standards. We also receive regular teaching input, advice and support of a qualified 0-8 Learning and Achievement Link Teacher.

We aim to provide the best possible care for your child.  We employ well-qualified, experienced and motivated staff, all of whom are DBS checked.  The aim is to ensure that the children have continuity of care, which is responsive to individual needs and combines affection and understanding with an informed and experienced approach.

Programmes have been designed to give opportunities for the children to experience a variety of safe, stimulating play.  All toys, play materials, educational resources and equipment are of the highest quality and appropriate to the age range of the children attending.  There is no compromise in respect of the health, safety and security of the children.

Approved settings must:

  • have suitable qualified staff,

  • be inspected by Estyn,

  • provide the stated sessions,

  • accept the support of a qualified teacher on a regular basis,

  • attend Early Education Training provided by the LA.

  • Early Education Estyn report 2015

Borras Park Community Primary School

Borras Park Road

Wrexham, LL12 7TH

Tel: 01978 346890